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Academic Center for Enrichment (ACE) & Testing Services

Location: Buena Vida East, Second floor (Classroom level)

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As part of our commitment to providing you with the best possible resources, these services are available to help you with your classes and will give you plenty of opportunities to connect with your fellow students. 

Welcome to ACE

Getting accepted and enrolling in college is the first step — but what happens once you start classes? Succeeding in college-level courses often means learning new skill sets, and ACE has everything you need to make that happen — all for free.

We are here to empower students to reach their potential and develop their calling by providing connections to resources that enhance and encourage academic success. 

ACE Student Services

Peer Tutoring

Connect with students who have excelled in your field and who have been trained to support you. See available subjects below.

Individual Tutoring

Bring your questions, review what you have already learned in class, and get clarification on items requiring additional help.

Tutoring Scheduling — Request a tutoring appointment here. Once your appointment request is submitted, an ACE staff member will email you during operational hours with an appointment invitation.

Cancellations — Email ace@seu.edu or call 863-667-5137.

Tools & Resources

Stop by to use or check out our computers, calculators, text books/books, and printing/copying/scanning services.

Smart Thinking

This online, on-demand tutoring service is available 24 hours a day.

Student Success & Class Subject Workshops

Learn topics like time management and study skills, or even get additional help on more challenging classes. 

Interactive Education

Discover additional learning strategies, such as adapting a lesson to be more kinesthetic or visual.

Academic Success Mentoring

Get professional mentoring and support in navigating college success  (face-to-face or virtually).

Walk-In Math & Writing Labs

Come on by when you need some extra help.

Study Labs

Come to these tutor-supervised sessions for a quiet place for independent study with the convenience of having a tutor nearby to help you as needed.

ACE Subject Availability

The availability of topics varies every semester, but here are some example of courses ACE has provided assistance for in the past.

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  • MLA
  • Turabian
  • General Writing

Biology I (BIOL 1233)
Biology II (BIOL 1243)
General Chemistry I (NSCI 1533)
General Chemistry II (NSCI 1633)
Microbiology (BIOL 4013)
Life Origins (BIOL 3222)
General Physics I (NSCI 2533)
General Physics II (NSCI 2633)
Organic Chemistry I (NSCI 3133)
Organic Chemistry II (NSCI 3143)
Human Anatomy & Physiology I (BIOL 2085)
Human Anatomy & Physiology II (BIOL 2185)
Bioethics (BIOL 2113)
Molecular Biology (BIOL 2633)
Medical Terminology (BIOL 3703)
Intro to Microbiology (for Nursing majors)
Invertebrate & Vertebrate Diversity (NSCI 2433)

Macroeconomics (BUSI 2103)

Microeconomics (BUSI 2203)

Principles of Financial Accounting (BUSI 2133)

Business Communications (BUSI 2113)

Business Communications II (BUSI 3223)

Data Management and Analysis (CTIS 2133)

Business Law II (BUSI 3413)

Data Management and Analysis (CTIS 2133)

Intro to Education (EDUC 2133)

Field Study 1 (EDUC 2131)

Educational Psychology (EDUC 2233)

Content and Instructional Design (EDUC 2123 )

Assessment of Learners (EDUC 3133)

Empowering ESOL Teachers: Overview (EDUC 3353)

Field Study 2 (EDUC 3351)

Integrating Faith in Education (EDUC 3713)

Applied Linguistics (ESOL) (EDUC 4043)

Survey of the Exceptional Learner (ESED 3113)

Intro to Language and Communication Disorders (ESED 3143)

College Reading and Writing (ENGL 1033)

English Comp I (ENGL 1133)

English Comp II (ENGL 1233)

Intro to Literature (ENGL 2133)

British Literature I (ENGL 2513) 

British Literature II (ENGL 2523)

Literary and Cultural Studies (ENGL 2503)

Advanced Grammar (ENGL 3333)

Creative Writing (ENGL 3013)

Advanced Expository Writing (ENGL 3433)

Intro to Shakespeare (ENGL 4133)

Special Topics in Language and Lit (ENGL 4633)

Spanish (LANG 1144), (LANG 2133)

GKT Writing 

GKT Reading/Language Arts

GKT Math

PEd (Professional Education Test)

CLEP (English Composition)

Introduction to Music Theory (MUSC 1002)

Aural Theory I (MUSC 1041)

Aural Theory II (MUSC 1051)

Aural Theory III (MUSC 2041)

Aural Theory IV (MUSC 2051)

Music Theory I (MUSC 1133)

Music Theory II (MUSC 1233)

Music Theory III (MUSC 2133)

Music Theory IV (MUSC 2233)

Class Piano I ( MUAK 1012)

Class Piano II  ( MUAK 1022)

Class Piano III (MUAK 1032)

Music History I (MUSC 3532)

Music History II (MUSC 3633)

Music History III (MUSC 3732)

Conducting I (MUSC 3222)

Conducting II (MUSC 3232)

Diction for Singers 2 (MUSC 1912) – French Diction

Opera Theatre (MUSC 3911)

Vocal Pedagogy (MUSC 3412)

Choral Methods (MUSC 3812)

Hymnology (MUSC 4222)

Music Administration/Organization (MUSC 4322)

Class Guitar (MUAI 1811)

Piano Proficiency (MUAK 4000)

Business Law I (BUSI 3403)

Criminal Justice System (CRIM 3103)

Sociology of Policing (CRIM 3203)

Juvenile Delinquency (CRIM 3303)

American Criminal Courts (CRIM 3403)

Theory and Criminal Justice (CRIM 4203)

United States Constitution (POLS 2403)

Introduction to Sociology (SSCI 2133)

Introduction to Legal Theory (PLAW 3013)

Pre-Law Internship (PLAW 4903)

Business Law I (BUSI 3403)

United States Government (POLS 2413)

United States Constitution (POLS 2403)

Developmental Math I (MATH 1053)

Intermediate Algebra (MATH 1073)

College Algebra (MATH 1213)

Topics of Mathematics (MATH 1313)

Exploration in Mathematics (MATH 1323)

Intro to Probability and Statistics (MATH 2023)

Precalculus (MATH 1413)

Calculus I (MATH 2144)

Calculus II (MATH 2244)

Intro to Probability & Statistics (MATH 2023)

Medical Terminology (BIOL 3703)

Fundamentals of Nursing (NURS 3106)

Pathophysiology (NURS 3223)

Health Assessment (NURS 3003)

Pharmacology (NURS 3124)

Psych Nursing (NURS 3133)

Med Surg I (NURS 3144)

New Testament Interpretation (BINT 1533)

Old Testament Interpretation  (BIOT 1433)

Survey of Christian Theology (THEO 1313)

Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 2085

Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology (BIOL 1333)

Intro to Chemistry (CHEM 1213)

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Study Skills/Habits

Faculty Services

Contact us at ace@seu.edu for additional information.

Email ace@seu.edu to request resources, a presentation, or workshops for your class(es).

SEU faculty or staff may refer students to ACE for tutoring, workshops, or other academic concerns. ACE encourages faculty to use the Early Alert system to report all academic concerns, including academic integrity issues, as this allows the university to assign the case to the appropriate interventionist and track case management. Click here to download instructions on how to submit an Early Alert report.

Testing & Proctoring Services

The SEU Office of Testing & Proctoring services provides testing services to students and faculty.

863.667.5116  |  testing@seu.edu 

Extended Testing and Proctoring Services
Available for students who are eligible through the Office of Academic & Auxiliary Services.

CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Testing
CLEP tests are only offered on select days and times. Please contact the Testing Center for more information. Appointments should be scheduled at least one week in advance.

The College Level Examination Program provides an opportunity for a student to earn college credit by examination. Southeastern University accepts all CLEP exams listed on collegeboard.com, with these exceptions:

  • Introduction To Educational Psychology
  • Freshman Composition
  • College Composition Modular

You do not have to be a Southeastern University student to utilize our Testing Center. Contact the SEU Testing Center (testing@seu.edu) to schedule an appointment to take a CLEP exam. All SEU degree-seeking students must complete an eligibility form before an appointment can be scheduled. The form will be reviewed to determine if the degree-seeking student meets SEU guidelines for awarding CLEP credit. These guidelines are listed below. One form per CLEP exam must be completed.

  • CLEP credit can be transferred to an Associate’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree.
  • CLEP credit can not be transferred to an academic record belonging to a non-degree-seeking student.
  • Official CLEP scores must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar before the student’s 90th hour of earned credit for evaluation.
  • To receive credit, a minimum scaled score at or above an established national percentile must be earned on each area tested. Details are available at collegeboard.org.
  • To receive credit for a qualified CLEP test, a degree-seeking student must not be currently enrolled in, have completed, or earned a “W” in an equivalent or more advanced college course.
  • CLEP credits combined with AP, IB, AICE, PLA, and military credit cannot exceed 45 college credits.
  • Twenty-five percent of college courses must be earned through Southeastern University.
  • Credit cannot be duplicated.
  • For non-SEU students, please contact your host institution regarding CLEP eligibility.
  1. Students register online through College Board by visiting https://clep.collegeboard.org/. College Board charges around $85 for CLEP test registration, check the College Board website for current pricing. Most CLEP tests take a maximum of 90 minutes. You must print out the College Board registration ticket on the screen after registration is complete and bring it to your testing center appointment. Without the College Board registration ticket, you will NOT be able to complete the CLEP.
  2. If testing at SEU, you must complete the SEU testing fee form below as well. After you have made the payment, please print the receipt and bring it to your testing center appointment. Testing fees will differ based on testing location.
  3. When signing in at the testing center for your CLEP appointment, you will need to present a government-issued photo I.D., your College Board registration ticket, and your SEU testing fee receipt.

Academic Center for Enrichment

Contact
863.667.5137 | ace@seu.edu

Hours of Operation

Sunday — 5:00–10:00 p.m.

Monday–Thursday — 8:00 a.m–10:00 p.m.

Friday — 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Closed during campus holidays and breaks, as well as fall & spring commencement days

Testing &
Proctoring Services

Contact
863.667.5116 | testing@seu.edu

Hours of Operation

Sunday — 5:00–10:00 p.m.

Monday–Thursday — 7:30 a.m–10:00 p.m.

Friday — 7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Closed during campus holidays and breaks, as well as fall & spring commencement days

Subject Availability

ACE can help you with the following topics. 

  • APA
  • MLA
  • Turabian
  • General Writing

Biology I (BIOL 1233)
Biology II (BIOL 1243)
General Chemistry I (NSCI 1533)
General Chemistry II (NSCI 1633)
Microbiology (BIOL 4013)
Life Origins (BIOL 3222)
General Physics I (NSCI 2533)
General Physics II (NSCI 2633)
Organic Chemistry I (NSCI 3133)
Organic Chemistry II (NSCI 3143)
Human Anatomy & Physiology I (BIOL 2085)
Human Anatomy & Physiology II (BIOL 2185)
Bioethics (BIOL 2113)
Molecular Biology (BIOL 2633)
Medical Terminology (BIOL 3703)
Intro to Microbiology (for Nursing majors)
Invertebrate & Vertebrate Diversity (NSCI 2433)

Macroeconomics (BUSI 2103)

Microeconomics (BUSI 2203)

Principles of Financial Accounting (BUSI 2133)

Business Communications (BUSI 2113)

Business Communications II (BUSI 3223)

Data Management and Analysis (CTIS 2133)

Business Law II (BUSI 3413)

Data Management and Analysis (CTIS 2133)

Intro to Education (EDUC 2133)

Field Study 1 (EDUC 2131)

Educational Psychology (EDUC 2233)

Content and Instructional Design (EDUC 2123 )

Assessment of Learners (EDUC 3133)

Empowering ESOL Teachers: Overview (EDUC 3353)

Field Study 2 (EDUC 3351)

Integrating Faith in Education (EDUC 3713)

Applied Linguistics (ESOL) (EDUC 4043)

Survey of the Exceptional Learner (ESED 3113)

Intro to Language and Communication Disorders (ESED 3143)

College Reading and Writing (ENGL 1033)

English Comp I (ENGL 1133)

English Comp II (ENGL 1233)

Intro to Literature (ENGL 2133)

British Literature I (ENGL 2513) 

British Literature II (ENGL 2523)

Literary and Cultural Studies (ENGL 2503)

Advanced Grammar (ENGL 3333)

Creative Writing (ENGL 3013)

Advanced Expository Writing (ENGL 3433)

Intro to Shakespeare (ENGL 4133)

Special Topics in Language and Lit (ENGL 4633)

Spanish (LANG 1144), (LANG 2133)

GKT Writing 

GKT Reading/Language Arts

GKT Math

PEd (Professional Education Test)

CLEP (English Composition)

Introduction to Music Theory (MUSC 1002)

Aural Theory I (MUSC 1041)

Aural Theory II (MUSC 1051)

Aural Theory III (MUSC 2041)

Aural Theory IV (MUSC 2051)

Music Theory I (MUSC 1133)

Music Theory II (MUSC 1233)

Music Theory III (MUSC 2133)

Music Theory IV (MUSC 2233)

Class Piano I ( MUAK 1012)

Class Piano II  ( MUAK 1022)

Class Piano III (MUAK 1032)

Music History I (MUSC 3532)

Music History II (MUSC 3633)

Music History III (MUSC 3732)

Conducting I (MUSC 3222)

Conducting II (MUSC 3232)

Diction for Singers 2 (MUSC 1912) – French Diction

Opera Theatre (MUSC 3911)

Vocal Pedagogy (MUSC 3412)

Choral Methods (MUSC 3812)

Hymnology (MUSC 4222)

Music Administration/Organization (MUSC 4322)

Class Guitar (MUAI 1811)

Piano Proficiency (MUAK 4000)

Business Law I (BUSI 3403)

Criminal Justice System (CRIM 3103)

Sociology of Policing (CRIM 3203)

Juvenile Delinquency (CRIM 3303)

American Criminal Courts (CRIM 3403)

Theory and Criminal Justice (CRIM 4203)

United States Constitution (POLS 2403)

Introduction to Sociology (SSCI 2133)

Introduction to Legal Theory (PLAW 3013)

Pre-Law Internship (PLAW 4903)

Business Law I (BUSI 3403)

United States Government (POLS 2413)

United States Constitution (POLS 2403)

Developmental Math I (MATH 1053)

Intermediate Algebra (MATH 1073)

College Algebra (MATH 1213)

Topics of Mathematics (MATH 1313)

Exploration in Mathematics (MATH 1323)

Intro to Probability and Statistics (MATH 2023)

Precalculus (MATH 1413)

Calculus I (MATH 2144)

Calculus II (MATH 2244)

Intro to Probability & Statistics (MATH 2023)

Medical Terminology (BIOL 3703)

Fundamentals of Nursing (NURS 3106)

Pathophysiology (NURS 3223)

Health Assessment (NURS 3003)

Pharmacology (NURS 3124)

Psych Nursing (NURS 3133)

Med Surg I (NURS 3144)

New Testament Interpretation (BINT 1533)

Old Testament Interpretation  (BIOT 1433)

Survey of Christian Theology (THEO 1313)

Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 2085

Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology (BIOL 1333)

Intro to Chemistry (CHEM 1213)

Word

PowerPoint

Locating Printer Setup

Study Skills/Habits

Learning Resources

Writing Guides

APA Quick Guide

APA Tables & Figures

APA Integrating Sources

What’s New with APA 7

MLA Quick Guide

Turbian Quick Guide

Subject Specific

How to Pass Science Classes

Understanding Scientific Articles

How to Succeed in Math

Algebra Basics

Music Theory Interval Guide

Personal Improvement & Study Skills

ACE Studying Tips & Tricks

Top Tips for Memorization

Get Organized — Tools & Apps

Mastering Self-Management

Navigating Time Management

Staying Focused

Self Care