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Category: Featured

Continuing the Conversation About Equality, Justice, and Change

By Kent J. Ingle, DMin President Southeastern University June 26, 2020 Hello SEU Community, This summer, our nation and community started to recognize that there needs to be a change in society in regards to our relationship with minority communities. As a community, I believe we all have a role to ... More


Is It Too Late To Apply For College?

We are still welcoming applications for new and transfer students for fall 2020. This means that if you waited to apply, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you missed out! How to apply for college: First-time students If you’re an incoming freshman and you’re playing college admission catch-up, don’t worry. Here’s what you can do to see if you can grab a spot at SEU. More


eLearning Courses from SEU

The coronavirus pandemic has left few aspects of our daily lives untouched, and many people are searching for something new and different to learn about. That’s why SEU has launched a new series of online courses, eLearning at SEU, covering topics from leadership to managing conflict to self care. More


June 12, 2020

Working Toward Equality, Justice, and Change

By Kent J. Ingle, DMin President Southeastern University June 5, 2020 Hello Southeastern Community,  In light of the recent tragic events, as a university, we stand against the culture of racial injustice that still exists in our nation.  At SEU, ... More


Accreditation from the Association of Theological Schools

The School of Divinity at Southeastern University recently obtained accreditation from the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) for its graduate programs.  “The Association of Theological Schools (ATS) accreditation has been the highest standard of accreditation for seminaries and graduate theological and ministerial education for over one hundred years ... More


Doctoral Degrees in Leadership — Calling All Innovators

As technology and time transform the business landscape, organizations must depend on innovators. Southeastern University’s PhD in Organizational Leadership and Doctorate in Strategic Leadership (DSL) programs expand what it means ... More


How to Find Scholarships for College

We’ve all been told that college is expensive, and heard the horror stories of students who accumulate so much debt they could swim in it. Yet, the biggest obstacle between students and money to pay for college is not horror stories. It’s the inability to find free aid and the tediousness of scholarship applications. This blog covers the first half of this challenge. Click More


April 22, 2020

The Ainsworths — Entrepreneurs at Heart

Less than one percent of applicants are accepted to become operators at Chick-fil-A each year. Brittany (Clements) Ainsworth, ’09, was one of them. As the operator of the Chick-fil-A in Palm Beach Gardens Mall, one of the busiest malls in the country, Brittany leads a team of enthusiastic workers who aim to provide the restaurant’s famous second-mile service to their customers. “I consider ... More


April 17, 2020

Dr. Aaron Judy Takes Research to the Skies

Dr. Aaron Judy’s, ’18, (EdD) interest in aviation began at a young age. He grew up spending time at the airport with his grandfathers who flew with the U.S. Air Force and then flew commercially after completing their service. “My first flight was with my grandfather at the local airport when I was seven years old. He took me out in a ... More


US DOE – Federal Student Loan Announcement

In light of COVID-19, the below announcement was sent via the U.S. Department of Education on March 20, 2020. View the release here. WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced today that the office of Federal Student Aid is executing on President Donald J. Trump's promise to provide student loan relief to tens of millions of ... More