The opportunities available through these schools and centers at SEU provide you with even more ways to add value to your degree, gain hands-on experience, and build meaningful connections.
Named in honor of world missionaries Bob and Hazel Hoskins, this school is housed within the Barnett College of Ministry and Theology and provides the knowledge and opportunities to carry out mission work domestically and abroad.
The SEU School of Honors empowers students academically and spiritually, encourages visionary thinking, provides additional scholarship funds, and adds another group of supportive friends to your SEU experience.
Through the American Center for Political Leadership at SEU, you’ll become well-versed in ways to protect individual freedoms, cultivate civic engagement, and advance political civility.
In partnership with the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC), the Adolfo Carrión Hispanic Leadership Center encourages and creates educational opportunities for Hispanic students, builds relationships across the nation through partnerships with local churches, and fulfills the university’s mission of equipping students to discover and develop their divine design.
The mission of the Center for Women in Leadership (CWL) is to equip women to discover and develop their divine design to serve Christ and the world through Spirit-empowered life, learning, and leadership.
The Center for the Study of Global Pentecostalism aims to provide opportunities to research the multidimensional character of global Pentecostalism; to do constructive theological work in understanding and providing a rationale for Pentecostal missions and ministry in local, regional and global contexts; and to provide an educational experience that helps equip and shape Pentecostal leaders for the 21st century.