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Is It Too Late To Apply For College?

Think it's too late to apply for college? Not at SEU! Since we have a rolling admission deadline, we welcome applications for new students. This means that if you waited to apply for fall 2017, 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 ... More


Emily Stegall’s ESE Class

Students never really know what to expect when they walk into Emily Stegall’s Survey of the Exceptional Learner (ESE) class. This class is required for all education majors, based on the fact that schools nationwide have moved to an inclusive classroom format where ESE* and non-ESE students learn side-by side. The course is intended to help pre-service teachers effectively teach students ... More


New This Fall in Arts & Media

What's new this fall in arts & media? A lot! Our College of Arts & Media (CAM) is always innovating. The arts aren’t just growing at SEU — they’re thriving. Check out the new and exciting degree programs and extracurricular activities available to our students this fall. New Degrees in Arts & Media While CAM already boasts an extensive ... More


Study Abroad in Uganda

When Delaina Peek and Bryson Barefoot (both Social Work, ’17) decided to study abroad in Uganda, they had no idea how much it would deepen their knowledge of their field. “The Uganda Studies Program (USP) provides a unique, enriching experience for college students to study abroad, fully immerse themselves in another culture, and attain credits and internship hours,” explained Dr. Erica Sirrine, dean of SEU’s College of Behavioral and Social ... More


College of Ministry & Religion Renamed

On May 4, Southeastern University will unveil the renaming of our College of Christian Ministries and Religion in honor of the chancellor of our university, Tommy Barnett. The newly named college will be known as the Barnett College of Ministry & Theology. The Legacy of Pastor Barnett “No one has embodied a commitment to innovation and empowering the next generation like Pastor Tommy Barnett,” said Dr. Kent ... More


SEU Enactus Means Business

Enactus is an international community of students and academic and business leaders. They are committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to enable human progress. They believe that ENtrepreneurial ACTion creates a better world for US all, and we’re excited to have our own Enactus club right here at SEU. Support from Businesses More


SEU Grad Helps Veterans

Well before they got married, Susannah Wesley-Ahlschwede and her husband, Andrew Ahlschwede (SEU class of 2007), had worked together to research veteran unemployment rates and dig deeper into their gap in preparation for transitioning to civilian work. The idea for Battlefield to Boardroom, which is now a national nonprofit organization, transpired from an encounter Susannah had with a childhood friend who was a decorated veteran. Her friend had served ... More


16-Month MAML Program at SEU

As a Christ-centered university, it’s natural that the very first master’s degree that SEU offered was the Master of Arts in Ministerial Leadership, often referred to as the MAML. Over time, the MAML evolved to be offered in three learning formats: executive cohort, traditional classroom or online. Remaking the MAML “To ensure that our programs remain ... More


Buena Vida Food Court Opens at SEU

On the morning of March 7, SEU students, faculty and staff gathered with Lakeland Mayor Howard Wiggs and SEU Chairman of the Board Terry Raburn to dedicate the newest addition to our ever-growing campus … the Buena Vida Food Court. Tucked between the east and west wings of Buena Vida, SEU’s new live/learn facility, the food court includes Papa John’s Pizza, ... More


March 7, 2017

Top Tips for Business & Social Etiquette

Nervous about networking? You’re not alone. In fact, an estimated 90 percent of people admit to feeling socially nervous or awkward in a business networking setting, such as a luncheon or speaker event. The good news is, there is plenty you can do to learn how to network and to do it well. Patricia Rossi, host of the weekly segment “One Minute Manners” on ... More


February 27, 2017