Here’s your step-by-step guide for a successful college application process. Click on any step for details.
Undergraduate students based on our main campus in Lakeland, Florida are also referred to as traditional students.
SEU offers more than 80 undergraduate degrees, so be sure to check them out!
Our application is designed to guide you through the admission process step-by-step. Simply choose the type of program you’re interested in and follow the prompts.
You’ll be given a personalized application link when you’re done, so be sure to save it.
Admission requirements vary for each program type. Review the details at the link below, and use your personalized application link to submit your documents so we can process your application.
While your application is being processed, be sure to begin the steps necessary to secure financial aid (if you haven’t already).
SEU makes a Christian college education accessible and affordable. Learn more here.
Note: While you may begin applying to SEU during your junior year of high school, you must wait until October 1 of your senior year to submit your FAFSA. Learn more here.
If you’re accepted, follow the steps in your acceptance email to save your spot and register for your classes. Check out these additional steps below to start preparing for your arrival. Welcome to the Fire Family!
To reserve your spot at Southeastern University, use the personalized link you received when you were accepted.
We’ll email your SEU ID number to you once you save your spot. Use it to set up your access to SEU’s campus systems and your new SEU email account. Get additional help here.
(Pro tip: Check your SEU email often!)
Check out our residence halls! You’ll love every part of the awesome on-campus living experience that we’ve designed just for you. You’ll find out your housing assignment closer to the start of the fall semester. (Keep an eye on your SEU email for specifics.)
Fire Ready, the official clearance process of SEU, includes financial clearance, registering for classes, completing health forms, and submitting official transcripts. Get started here.