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Category: Financial

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


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

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


The Modern Guide to College — An Interview with Dr. Kent Ingle

Special Offer! As a gift to prospective college students and their parents, The Modern Guide to College is currently available for free at shop.kentingle.com!  (Pay only shipping and handling) We recently had the opportunity to sit down with ... More


Advice for Incoming College Freshmen

Planning for college during your senior year of high school can result in feeling stressed about deadlines, expectations, and the future. Just in case you’re thinking otherwise, getting ready for college is difficult, but it’s doable, especially if you’re aware of what to expect and the resources available to help with the transition from high school to college. Knowing what I do now as a ... More


How to Master Your Scholarship Applications

Paying for college, managing student loan debt, and finding scholarships are popular conversation topics. College students and students-to-be are finding ways to afford education and to master their scholarship applications. While budgeting for private university tuition can seem scary to both students and parents, Southeastern University provides multiple financial aid options to ... More


Faith-Based Post-Secondary Transition Program

This coming August, not only will Southeastern University welcome new and returning college students, we will also welcome students to a new program — one of the only faith-based post-secondary transition programs in the United States. The program, SEU Link, is designed to assist students with mild intellectual disabilities in making the transition from high school to adulthood. “Our associate ... More


5 Things You Need to Know About the FAFSA

By Lily Garay, Organizational Leadership major at SEU Senioritis. Oh, it hit me hard during the spring of my last high school semester. I had committed to Southeastern University and was ready to leave home. In the meantime, all I was trying to ... More


Tim Tebow & Jeff Foxworthy – Gala Speakers

On Friday, March 16, 2018, the Forum at SEU will host its annual Scholarship Gala fundraising dinner. This year’s speakers will include Tim Tebow and Jeff Foxworthy as co-hosts for the evening event, who will share their personal life experiences of leadership. The Gala will take place on Southeastern University’s campus in The Furnace at 6:30 p.m., following the Forum ... More


5 Tips for Building Your Resume During College

Take a peak at any college’s calendar or social media page, and you’ll find a wide range of activities going on, from clubs and athletics to social events and more, not to mention the many classes happening on campus each day. With so many opportunities to fill every available moment, students need practical and effective methods for achieving one of their most important college goals: preparing for a ... More


February 18, 2016