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Category: Student Blog

How to Transition Into College Life

The transition into college life is a new and exciting period for any student. As a matter of fact, I vividly remember how it felt the morning my parents drove me over to Lakeland to begin my first year at Southeastern. Unsure of how to adjust, my stomach felt sick with nerves. After all, I spent my entire life in the same town with the same, familiar people. What would ... More


Work During College to Gain These Benefits

Can you recall the last time you were in your favorite coffee shop? You know, when you were staring at your laptop or smartphone, sipping on that delicious chai latte served by a smiling barista? If you are currently in high school or in college with big dreams, you may have been searching for what your perfect future job might look like. You ... More


How to Write Your College Admission Essay

College admission essays can both be a fun and stressful part of the admission process at any university. Even if you love to write, it can seem overwhelming to write the perfect essay when there are a million other loose ends to wrap up before graduation. Luckily, writing your essay isn’t as hard as it may seem. These four easy steps will ... 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


What 3,000 People will Remember about SEU Conference 2018

By: Kerryn MacMichael, SEU Student Always. Only. Jesus. Always. Only. Jesus. Always. Only. Jesus. The heartbeat behind SEU Conference 2018 was a powerful message that defined every aspect of the three-day event held from February 26–28 at Family Worship Center in Lakeland, Florida. 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


Study Abroad in Dubai

By Levi Lall, graduate assistant and MBA student at SEU I’ve always been fascinated with cultures around the world. Growing up in India as a missionary kid, I was exposed to various worldviews, people, religions, and traditions at a young age. Since then, my elasticity for absorbing various cultures – almost as if through osmosis – has grown, and there aren’t many cultures that seem foreign to me. ... More


Fire English — What Words Can Do

By Suzanne Nichole Jones, SEU Student What would it be like to walk through life, knowing you have something to offer the world and being pushed aside as useless, ignorant and an outsider — not because you cannot speak, but because you cannot speak the same language? New Place, New Language Unlike our daily, more superficial frustrations that are often ... More


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


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