Category: Featured

SEU Students Speak at the UN

Southeastern students Joy Bishara and Lydia Pogu have been featured in national headlines a lot over the last several years. They have been asked to recount the story of their abduction by the Boko Haram countless times, and their story has been told in People magazine More

SEU to Host Honors Visit Event

At SEU, Christ-centered academics are the very foundation of our university, so we welcome students who are ready to put their faith at the center of their learning. We also recognize that many of our students graduate high school with accolades such as high GPAs and exemplary standardized testing scores. That’s why we have an honors program specifically dedicated to these students … ... More

SEU Unveils Cornerstone Partnership with Lakeland Magic

Southeastern University has always had a heart for our Lakeland community. Over the years, we have continued to invest in relationships with individuals and businesses within the surrounding area, believing that the Southeastern campus extends beyond Longfellow Boulevard. Teaming Up One of these new relationships is with the Lakeland Magic, the NBA G-League* affiliate of the Orlando ... More

Global Pentecostalism Center Fall Lecture

The Global Pentecostalism Center at Southeastern University will host the Fall 2017 Lecture on October 19. Dr. A.J. Swoboda will be the guest speaker. The topic of the lecture is “Tongues and Trees: The Challenges and Possibilities of a Pentecostal Care of Creation.” Swoboda is a professor and author, and pastor of Theophilus Church in urban ... More

September 27, 2017

SEU Launches First MSW in Polk County

This fall, Southeastern launched the first Master of Social Work degree (MSW) in Polk County. This is also the first MSW program in the state of Florida to be offered by an evangelical university. The cohort held its initial class in August with an enrollment of 25 students, surpassing the initial projection of 12 students. Bringing the MSW to SEU “Starting an MSW program was a dream of the Southeastern ... More

September 19, 2017

SEU Alum Nominated for Dove Award

If you ever get the privilege to talk to Joivan Jimenez, ’15 — whose song Generación de Fuego has been nominated for a 2017 Dove Award for Spanish Language Recorded Song of the Year — you’ll find yourself smiling ear to ear, inspired by his love of God, humble demeanor and true desire to lead worship. He recently shared with us his journey of faith and how Southeastern University influenced ... More

Dr. Bob Houlihan’s Hurricane Relief Efforts

At SEU, our faculty members show excellence, dedication and compassion both in the classroom and in the community. Dr. Bob Houlihan of SEU's Barnett College of Ministry & Theology is the founder and chair of Crossroads Alliance & Ministries. This organization is one of many ... More

SEU Community Address – Hurricane Irma

The Southeastern University community is continuing to pray and give resources to support relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Irma. Below is an update and expression of gratitude from our president, Dr. Kent Ingle, for everyone who worked to keep our campus and students safe before, during and after the storm. [embed]https://vimeo.com/234055354[/embed] SEU Community Address - Hurricane Irma from More

Hurricane Irma: A Note from Dr. Ingle

SEU Community, This morning I am incredibly grateful for God’s protection over our SEU community and campus as we weathered Hurricane Irma. The storm passed through Lakeland late last night as a Category 2 hurricane. It’s during times like this that our faith is strengthened and we are truly reminded of what’s most important to us – the safety and well-being of our families and friends. First and foremost, ... More

September 11, 2017

Hurricane Irma Updates

Wednesday, September 13, 1:45 p.m. Campus All Clear We would like to welcome our staff, faculty and students back to campus. We know because of Hurricane Irma many of you are facing difficult times as you clean up your homes, clear debris and wait for power to be restored. We will make it through this as a community, and we ... More

September 5, 2017