Category: Spotlight

Student Success at SEU

By: Azia Constance, SEU Student The Southeastern University campus is full of hidden treasures and packed with resources and materials to help students excel. Among these gems is the Academic Center for Enrichment, more commonly known as ACE. More Than Tutoring ACE is a free, on-campus tutoring center, but there is so much more to it. Besides one-on-one tutoring, ACE offers services such as printing, subject ... More

From SEU to the NBA-Kristen Ledlow

Living the Dream "One of the most exciting aspects of my job is that I get paid money to go to basketball games. That was my dream my entire life. To think that there’s an actual job that exists to watch the best of the best play the game I love is mind-blowing,” said Kristen Ledlow, ’10, sports anchor and co-host for “NBA Inside Stuff,” which airs each ... More

February 21, 2018

SEU Conference 2018

Gathered in a remote corner of campus, a room full of students and staff bow their heads, praying for God’s strength, guidance and favor in the remaining days before SEU Conference, the largest annual event hosted by SEU (other than commencement). For months this “dream team,” led by Campus Pastor Phil Urdiales, has prepared every detail of SEU Conference — meeting about, planning ... More

SEU Concert for Military Veterans

Sinfonia – Connecting the Arts & Community In engagement with the Imperial Symphony Orchestra, Southeastern University is proud to present Sinfonia: Connecting the Arts & Community. This night of music will be held on March 20, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Victory Church in Lakeland, and it will serve as a tribute to the military members in ... More

February 6, 2018

Town Hall with Dennis Ross & Darren Soto

Effective Democracy – A Town Hall Meeting On the morning of January 24, Southeastern University was privileged to host two members of the U.S. House of Represntatives. Dennis Ross (Florida, district 15) and Darren Soto (Florida, district 9) gathered with numerous SEU students, faculty and staff for a town hall meeting. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the importance of engaging in the civic process and to present ideas ... More

January 24, 2018

Access Church – A Local Calling

“I always knew that I was called to ministry, and why. SEU gave me the ‘how,’” said Jason Burns, Practical Ministries, ’03 and Master of Arts in Ministerial Leadership, ’05; lead pastor of Access Church in Lakeland. Jason and his wife Elisabeth (“Lis”) met at Southeastern. “The great thing about getting our ... More

SEU Wins 6 Champions of Character Awards for Fall Season

It’s been an amazing fall season for Fire Athletics! Our teams and athletes keep pulling in award after award, winning tournaments and breaking records. (Check out our stats!) We are honored that our athletic teams are part of the 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

Q Union Presentations at SEU

SEU hosted Q Union in our Buena Vida Auditorium on the evening of Thursday, November 2. In a time where conflict appears ever-present and difficult topics are often left undiscussed, Southeastern University has taken the initiative to create an atmosphere where students and faculty can engage in meaningful conversation. One of the ways in which these conversations are being encouraged is by hosting Q Union. More

SEU Students Speak at the UN

Southeastern students Joy Bishara and Lydia Pogu have been featured in national headlines a lot over the last several years. They have been asked to recount the story of their abduction by the Boko Haram countless times, and their story has been told in People magazine More