Undergraduate Financial Information

College is one of the most substantial and important investments you will make in your life — which is why we’re committed to keeping higher education at Southeastern University affordable and accessbile.

Undergraduate Financial Information Undergraduate Financial Information

Steps to Financial Aid

  1. Apply to SEU 
  2. Complete the FAFSA
  3. Apply for scholarships
  4. Review Your Award Letter
  5. Explore Payment Plans and Loan Options
  6. Complete the Financial Clearance Process. (Financial Clearance is one of the steps to being Fire Ready. Get more details here.)


It’s our goal to make college as affordable as possible for students, which is why more than 98% of Southeastern University students receive some type of financial aid. There are numerous resources available to help students cover educational costs — including federal and state grants; loan and work-study programs; and academic, need-based and performance-based institutional scholarships and grants — designed to reward high-achieving students and provide needed financial aid to deserving families.

Scholarships & Grants (2020-2021)

Scholarships and grants at SEU are awarded in several categories, including academics, athletics, music, film, ministry and more. The academic scholarships below are available to full-time traditional undergraduate students and are renewable for up to eight consecutive semesters. Click below for additional award details and eligibility requirements.

A $3,000 Founder’s Scholarship is available to students who do not meet the criteria for the awards listed above.

Transfer Student Scholarships

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Quest Scholars — $10,000
Journey Scholars — $8,000

Tuition & Fees

The tuition and fees below are subject to change each year. If you have questions regarding this information or want more details about financial aid options, please contact our Office of Student Financial Services at sfs@seu.edu or 800.500.8760.

Completing the FAFSA

All students are required to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year in order to be eligible for state funding. As you complete the application, indicate that you want your financial aid analysis information sent to Southeastern University (the SEU FAFSA code is 001521). Upon receipt of your FAFSA information from the federal processor, SEU will email you login instructions for accessing the Web portal where you can track your financial aid status and missing items. The information you provide on the FAFSA will be processed to determine your eligibility for all financial awards, grants, work-study programs and loans. It is important to have completed your family’s most recent income tax return(s) before you submit the FAFSA.

Southeastern University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or handicap, with regards to admission and employment policies, the educational, financial aid, or other programs and privileges to students at the university.