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Category: Mentors

Spiritual Formation Transition Team

When SEU President Kent Ingle learned this summer that God had called campus pastor Phil Urdiales to plant a new church in Los Angeles, he felt it was important for the university to take time to carefully steward the spiritual formation of the SEU community. Urdiales made a tremendous impact on the SEU community through his role initially as the associate campus pastor ... More


Side Hustle to Business Owner | Entrepreneurship in College

Some college students begin their undergraduate years with business ideas, and some find ways to make those ideas into their side hustle. With the right mentors and resources, that side hustle can become a full time business venture after graduation comes along. Whether it’s a passion for baking, a love of producing music or a desire to sell clothing for missions, college is the perfect season of life to ... More


Career Week 2018

“How can you help me get a job after graduation?” This is one of the most common questions that students (and their parents!) need answered when they’re considering their college options. At Southeastern University, not only do we help students find jobs, we help them find their calling More


International Student Services & Enrollment

SEU welcomes Christian students from more than 33 countries and foreign territories worldwide. In fact, we believe so strongly in the value of expanding Christian higher education to all corners of the world that we have a department specifically dedicated to serving international students. “We’re here to guide our international students every step of the way,” said Betania Torres, director of International ... More


Jacquelyn Ricardo, ESE 4+1 Major

When Jacquelyn Ricardo began college in California, she entered with the intention of studying children’s ministry. However, once she began her classes she realized that it wasn’t her calling. She began to pray that God would show her what He wanted her to do, and in the meantime she moved to Florida “just for adventure” and attended a community college. After a while she began to apply to ... More


112 Devotional By Students, For Students

Seasons of Growth During any season of growth, there comes a time to reap and a time to sow. After the harvest is reaped, time must be spent to cultivate the land and properly prepare the soil in order for a successful harvest to occur once more. Southeastern University has undergone tremendous growth over the past few years. While our school continues to develop and reach new heights, ... More


First Doctor of Ministry Cohort

Southeastern University’s first Doctor of Ministry cohort*, which launched in the fall of 2016, is comprised of men and women of varying ages and ethnicities. They are ministers, pastors, leaders and scholars from all walks of life. We sat down with this dynamic group during their summer intensive session to learn their thoughts about the program so far. What Brought Them ... 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


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


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