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Category: Mentors

Meet SEU’s Therapy Dog, Lexi!

At SEU, faculty and staff aren’t the only ones eager to see students return to campus for the fall semester — so is Lexi —  a certified therapy dog who is available full-time for student, faculty, and staff visits during the academic year.  Lexi is a golden retriever who resides primarily in the Academic Center ... More


New SEU Campus Pastors Announced

We are excited to announce that James and Brittany Powell will be joining the SEU community as our new campus pastors! James will be serving as the executive director for spiritual formation, while Brittany will be serving as the director of ministry operations. The Powells are stepping into these positions following the transition of previous campus pastor, Tori Hammer, to an exciting new ... More


SEU Provost Dr. Hackett to Retire

Southeastern University’s long-standing provost, Dr. William Hackett, Jr., has announced that he will be retiring at the end of the 2020–21 academic year. Hackett first came to the university in 1988 and has served as provost since 2012.  [caption id="attachment_13344" align="alignright" width="260"] More


Abe Rosenthall — Southeastern University’s First Dental Student

Abe Rosenthall has wanted to be a dentist ever since he was in high school. During his senior year of high school, Abe observed a patient’s treatment from start to finish at his father’s orthodontic practice. As his father treated the patient, Abe vividly remembers watching her transform from being embarrassed to smile because of her crooked teeth to beaming with ... More


U.S. Congressman Dennis Ross Joins SEU to Launch American Center for Political Leadership

Southeastern University announced today that Congressman Dennis A. Ross will join the faculty as a distinguished professor of political science to launch the American Center for Political Leadership (ACPL). The new bipartisan center will house key research activities, academic programs, courses, workshops and resources that will prepare the next generation of political leaders and passionate citizens ... More


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