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Category: Featured

Compass—The Center for Calling and Career

Many colleges and universities offer career counseling or job placement assistance. At Southeastern, however, we approach this service from a completely different perspective. Instead of just helping our students find a job…we help them learn how to discern God’s call for their lives at COMPASS—The Center for Calling and Career. Defining the Future “If I could tell each college ... More


December 20, 2016

First Sheriff’s Sentinel Program in Florida

Southeastern University and the Polk County Sheriff’s Office Partner for Sentinel Program (more…) More


December 16, 2016

SEU’s First Doctoral Student to Graduate

Southeastern University’s first doctoral student will graduate this December during the fall commencement ceremony, which will take place on December 16, at 6:30 p.m. at Victory Church in Lakeland. Candi Ring will be the first student to graduate from the doctor of education program, which was launched in the fall of 2014. The doctoral program at Southeastern University currently has 140 students. “The doctoral program has been a labor of love from ... More


Navigating the Future—SEU Study Abroad

With SEU Study Abroad, students can take the meaning of the word “wanderlust” and turn it into reality. They choose a program and country, pack their books, and completely change the ambiance of their college experience. Unlike a classroom, studying abroad engages all five senses. SEU’s Study Abroad Coordinator, Rachel Roskoski, studied abroad twice while earning her undergraduate degree, and twice while earning her graduate degree. Her only regret ... More


November 18, 2016

SEU Professors Contribute to Book on Women in Ministry

Professors from the College of Christian Ministries and Religion at Southeastern University contributed to a scholarly volume published on the study of women in Pentecostal and Charismatic ministry. The volume, entitled Women in Pentecostal and Charismatic Ministry, was published by Brill and is an addition to the series Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies by William K. Kay (Glyndŵr) and Mark J. Cartledge (Regent). The volume ... More


November 4, 2016

Doctor of Ministry Now Available at SEU

When Southeastern University’s faculty recognizes a need, they do everything they can to not only make it happen…but to make the results as impactful and meaningful as possible. The newly launched Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program is no different. “Offering the Doctor of Ministry came up in conversation again and again,” said Dr. Alan Ehler, dean of the More


October 19, 2016

Pathways School of Excellence Now Open

On the morning of September 6, 2016, Southeastern University made history by opening the first university-based school in Polk County dedicated to serving middle school, high school and post-secondary students with special needs—Pathways School of Excellence. Starting on the path “This school is a shining example of a dream made reality,” said Dr. Amy Bratten, dean of the College of ... More


Buena Vida Building-Living the Good Life

SEU Students are Living the Good Life in Our New Buena Vida Building On September 13, 2016, Southeastern dedicated our newest facility—a unique building right in the heart of our Lakeland campus. Members of the SEU board of trustees, along with the SEU leadership team, faculty, staff and students gathered to celebrate and pray over the students who are going to be living and learning within its ... More


September 23, 2016

National Leadership Forum Gets New Format

Southeastern University Foundation is revamping its annual National Leadership Forum. Instead of a one-day event in the spring, the Forum will consist of a series of speakers throughout the 2016-17 academic year. The series will conclude in March with a Scholarship Gala. “Southeastern’s Forum Speaker Series offers more opportunities for our students and the community to hear from prominent leaders and communicators throughout the year. The Speaker Series will ... More


August 18, 2016

A Call to Action – Responding to Recent Violence

By Kent J. Ingle, D.Min. President Southeastern University There is no doubt that our nation is facing some extraordinary challenges as the racial divisions that we have seen this past week continue to fuel acts of senseless violence. By now we’ve all witnessed the shootings in Minnesota, Louisiana and Dallas. As our country continues to experience an increased number of violent incidents ... More