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Category: Student Blog

5 Things You Need to Know About the FAFSA

By Lily Garay, SEU Organizational Leadership alumna  When I was a senior in high school, I had committed to Southeastern University and was excited to be starting a new chapter. ... More


How to Fit in Grad School

If you’re looking to advance in your field, graduate school is the bridge between where you are now and your career goals. Advanced degrees grant students a deeper awareness of the ideas, technologies, and issues within their preferred field. However...they also require your finances and time, and some of us just can’t seem to get past the price tag or time commitment.  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


Andrew Knight on Attending SEU After Growing Up on the Mission Field

After having spent the majority of his life abroad in Uganda, Andrew Knight ('16) always aspired to return to the States for college.  Although he and his family are originally from Pennsylvania, Andrew’s parents serve as missionaries in Uganda. His father teaches at the African Bible University, a Bible college in ... More


World Mental Health Day 2019

Here at Southeastern University we share a belief in Christ as our Hope and Healer, and in showing unconditional love when people are affected by emotional pain or mental health challenges. Observing World Mental Health Day aligns with these principles. This October 10, we encourage both the Southeastern and local community to recognize More


SEU Biology Students Intern at Mayo Clinic

As a biology student at Southeastern, you have the opportunity to gain firsthand experience in the professional medical field before you even graduate. SEU students Noah Richmond and David Orlando are getting practical experience working on the cutting edge of medical research and gaining close mentoring relationships with practicing physicians. They have been conducting research this summer at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, through ... More


Anatomage Table at SEU

The Anatomage Table has recently been added to Southeastern University’s College of Natural and Health Sciences as a technological tool for students to utilize in the classroom.  The Anatomage Table, produced as the world’s first virtual dissection table, is a digital cadaver table ... More


2019 Forum at SEU Recap

By Grace Jicha, SEU Student On March 14, 2019, over 500 attendees gathered in Bush Chapel to hear from influential business leaders from across the country at the annual Forum at SEU. The speaker lineup included Horst Schulze, Bill and Giuliana Rancic, Carla Harris, and more. The day was filled with live music, refreshments, and ... More


April 15, 2019

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


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