The following information is intended to provide current students, prospective students and their families with important information regarding the university. Some of the links are to downloadable forms and other documents, while others lead to Web pages.
Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information
Academic Program (Educational Programs, Instructional Facilities and Faculty)
|FTIC Students by delivery||SEU||ACT||CSRDE||MLP||ALP|
|Non-Traditional (Site and Online)||62.4%||66.6%||63.1%||70.0%||74.0%|
|Transfer First Year Return Rates||SEU||MLP||ALP|
|Non-Traditional (Site and Online)||64.6%||70.0%||74.0%|
|CCCU Norms (N=11,673)||SEU (N=850)|
|Thriving Quotient Domain||MEAN||STANDARD DEVIATION||MEAN||STANDARD DEVIATION|
|Engaged Learning Scale||4.75||0.89||4.91||0.93|
|Academic Determination Scale||4.81||0.73||5||0.73|
|Social Connectedness Scale||4.1||1.03||4.18||1.06|
|Diverse Citizenship Scale||4.85||0.65||5.07||0.64|
|Positive Perspective Scale||4.57||1.01||4.9||0.95|
|Psychological Sense of Community Scale||4.67||1||4.85||1.02|
|Institutional Integrity Scale||4.65||1.03||4.83||1.05|
|Total Thriving Quotient Score (Mean of All TQ Items)||4.62||0.6||4.81||0.62|
|Non-Traditional (Site and Online)||39.6%||60.1%||34.2%||64.1%||47.0%||52.0%|
|Employment/Continuing Education||Employed||Continuing Education||Employed and in School|
Disclosure Requirements Relating to Education Loans
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, before a private educational lender may offer a private loan to a student, the lender must obtain a signed Self-Certification form from the applicant.
As a result, the Self-Certification form may be found here, which may be provided to the Student Financial Services Office for Section 2 to be completed upon request. Alternatively, applicants may obtain a copy of this form from your lender directly or from our online private loan comparison tool, FastChoice, located here.
Institutional Review Board (IRB) If you’re planning on conducting scientific research in the SEU community, you may need to get prior approval from the SEU IRB. Click the link below to determine whether or not you’ll need an IRB review for your project.
General Complaint Policy for Extension Site and Out of State Students
Any general complaints and appeals, not outlined explicitly in the University’s Complaint & Appeal Policy should be directed to the Dean of Academic & Extension Operations, including concerns related to academic coursework and faculty, technology, and other aspects of the student experience. Please direct all such concerns to SiteSupport@seu.edu.
Out-of-state (i.e., non-Florida) distance education students who are not satisfied with institution’s response should follow the steps outlined in the State-Specific Complaint Polices. Students enrolled in face to face courses at locations other than the main campus should refer to the state-specific complaint policies below.
Out-of-state (i.e., non-Florida) distance education students must first follow the institution’s complaint procedure as outlined above. If the student is not satisfied with the response, the student may file a complaint with the Office of Articulation within the Florida Department of Education at 325 West Gaines Street, Room 701, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400, Phone: 850-245-0427, Fax: 850-245-9010 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The complaint should include the following:
Students who have completed the internal institutional grievance process and the applicable state grievance process may appeal non-instructional complaints to the FL-SARA PRDEC Council. For additional information on the complaint process, please visit the FL-SARA Complaint Process page.