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State Authorizations

At Southeastern University, it is our goal to offer a high-quality university experience to students all across the U.S. As we continue to expand our distance education programs, we comply with state regulations and become authorized to open extension sites and offer online degree programs.

Each state creates its own set of standards as to how out-of-state educational institutions can operate within that state’s borders. This includes offering classes in an actual physical location as well as online. Listed below are our state compliance statements.

Alabama

Southeastern University received approval from the Alabama Community College System (licensure) and the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (programmatic approval) to offer the Associate of Christian Ministries and the Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministries at the Highlands College Campus (Birmingham, AL).

Arizona

Under A.R.S. §32-3022 (E), Southeastern University is exempt from regulation by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education and would not be regulated pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-3001 et.seq. to offer religious degrees.

California

Southeastern University is determined to be in compliance with the requirements of Title 5, California Code of Regulations (CCR) section 71390. Therefore, Southeastern University: Nor Cal Campus is granted approval to operate under the terms of California Education Code (CEC) section 94890(a)(1) until December 5, 2022 per CEC section 94890(b). This approval is coterminous with the institution’s term of accreditation granted by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). For additional policies pertaining to the university’s operations in California, please see the California notice page in this catalog.

Florida

Southeastern University has received Florida licensure exemption from the Florida Department of Education.

Georgia

Southeastern University is exempt from regulation by the Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission based on the O.C.G.A. 20-3-250.3(a)(12).

Hawaii

Southeastern University is authorized to operate in the state of Hawaii pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §305J-12(a). Authorization by the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs in Hawaii shall be conditioned on the maintenance of accreditation by SEU and continuing compliance with HRS §305J-14.

Illinois

As defined under 23 Illinois Administrative Code Section 1030.10, Southeastern University meets the description of an Institution with Limited Physical Presence in Illinois and has been granted continuous approval by the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) until such time that any one of the conditions mentioned in the code change.

Kentucky

In accordance with KRS 164.945-.947 and 13 KAR 1:020, Southeastern University-Online is licensed by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education to operate or solicit in Kentucky to offer four (4) programs: the Associate of Ministerial Leadership, the Associate of Arts,  the Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership, and the Bachelor of Science in Business and Professional Leadership.  In accordance with KRS 164.945-.947 and 13 KAR 1:020, Southeastern University-Florence is licensed by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education to offer three programs at 7 Hills Church, 6800 Hazel Court, Florence, KY 41042: the Associate of Ministerial Leadership, the Associate of Arts,  the Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership, and the Bachelor of Science in Business and Professional Leadership.

Louisiana

Southeastern University is currently licensed by the Board of Regents of the State of Louisiana. Licenses are renewed by the State Board of Regents every two years. Licensed institutions have met minimal operational standards set forth by the state, but licensure does not constitute accreditation, guarantee the transferability of credit, nor signify that programs are certifiable by any professional agency or organization.

Maryland

Maryland Higher Education Commission has determined Southeastern University to be in compliance with the requirements of the Education Article, Title 11, Subtitle 2, Annotated Code of Maryland and CCOMAR 13B.05.01 to enroll Maryland students in the fully online distance education programs, with the exemption of the bachelor’s degrees in human services and nursing and the master’s degrees in education and human services. The Commission’s registration of the University’s fully online programs is not an authorization of the institution to operate in Maryland or an approval or endorsement of the University’s programs. Southeastern University has been authorized to offer the Associate of Ministerial Leadership on site at Church of the Redeemer, Gaithersburg.

Minnesota

Southeastern University is registered with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions.

In compliance with Minnesota regulations and degrees standards, Southeastern University (SEU) will ensure that Minnesota residents, graduating from its programs, will meet the required degrees standards before receiving their diplomas. The Associate of Arts degrees must have a minimum of 40 general education hours, including at least five credits in communication studies and a minimum of eight credits in each of the following categories: humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. The SEU Associate of Arts program requires less hours in these categories, but Minnesota students are required to comply with their state standards, so they must include the additional credits as part of their 12 general electives. Records are maintained by the university to track the courses completed by Minnesota students. Students should consult the JICS website or their academic advisor for details. 

Mississippi

Southeastern University has reviewed the MCCS Federal Online/Distance Education requirements and has determined that it does not meet the criteria to establish physical presence in the state, therefore, does not need authorization for online programs from the Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation.

Nevada

Facilities Description

SEU at Central Church

Central Church is located at 1001 New Beginnings Dr, Henderson NV 89011. The building has 1,172 parking spots, this includes accessible parking spots at every entrance.  The facility has a total of 6 bathrooms. The First floor has 42 Women’s and 32 Men’s fixtures. The Second floor has 15 Women’s and 11 Men’s fixtures. Both floors include the appropriate amount of accessible fixtures. Three main spaces will be used for Southeastern University at Central. The first space is 4,691 square feet and with the dimension of 111’ long by 43’ wide with an occupancy load of 235 people. The second space is 3,708 square feet with the dimension of 84’ long by 47’ wide with an occupancy load of 185 people. The third space 2,370 square feet with the dimension of 55’ long by 44’ wide with an occupancy load of 119.  The above spaces have the ability to airplay and connect computers to the TV displays, a complete PA system, a stage, and theater lighting. All of the spaces in the building have been designed to comply with the ADA requirements.

Las Vegas Bible College: An extension site of Southeastern University

Las Vegas Bible College: An extension site of Southeastern University is located at 3051 W Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson, NV  89052. The building has 220 parking spots, this includes accessible parking spots at every entrance.  The facility has a total of 5 bathrooms. There are 9 Women’s and 9 Men’s fixtures. Two main spaces will be used for the Southeastern University program. The first space is 5,733 square feet and with the dimension of 91’ long by 63’ wide with an occupancy load of 600 people. The second space is 726 square feet with the dimension of 33’ long by 22’ wide with an occupancy load of 45 people. The above spaces have the ability to airplay and connect computers to the TV displays, a complete PA system, a stage, and theater lighting. All of the spaces in the building have been designed to comply with the ADA requirements.

Hours of Operation

Each extension site determines its own hours of operation for face-to-face contact with the students; contact information for each site is provided at the top of this page. Most of the classes are taken online and the hours are determined by each student as they work at their own pace within the determined parameters of the due dates for assignments and assessments. Hours of operation at Southeastern University School of Unrestricted Education are 8:30 am – 5:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday.

Programs & Costs

As part of its commitment to ministerial preparation, SEU offers the church-based extension site program at a reduced tuition rate. During the 2017-18 academic year, tuition is charged at a rate of $275 per credit hour. Therefore, a full-time student would be charged $3,300 per semester for 12 hours (or $6,600 annually for 24 credit hours). Site fees of $1,260 per semester (or $2,520 annually) will be charged to the student, but this is subject to vary per site. As collected and on a predetermined schedule, this site fee is reimbursed to the site to cover various expenses. A $100 technology fee will also be charged each semester. Beyond the $9,320 collected annually by the university, the extension site may charge additional fees for mission trips or other approved activities; however, these additional fees must be collected by the site. Other fees for textbooks, computers, travel and educational supplies are to be assumed by the student. Assuming a two-year plan, the total cost for the associate degree would be approximately $18,640. Assuming a four-year plan, the total cost for bachelor degrees is approximately $37,280. NOTE: The university may increase these rates on an annual basis and will communicate any changes in advance.

Refund Policy

The refund policy for Southeastern University is as follows:

  • If Southeastern University has substantially failed to furnish the training program agreed upon in the enrollment agreement, the institution shall refund to the student all the money the student has paid.
  • When a student submits written notice of cancellation to the Admission Office or the Office of the Registrar prior to the first day of classes, a full refund (100%) of institutional charges is made.
  • If a student withdraws from the university on or before the add/drop deadline after classes have begun, a full refund (100%) of tuition are made.
  • When official withdrawal forms are filed in the Office of the Registrar after classes have begun, refunds of tuition and room and board are made during the first nine weeks.  Expenses and financial aid will be prorated based on Federal Title IV Funds Guidelines. The amount of federal financial assistance that a withdrawing student earns is calculated on a pro-rata basis. If a student withdraws or is expelled by the institution after the start of the training program and before the completion of more than 60 percent of the program, the institution shall refund to the student a pro rata amount of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement, minus 10 percent of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement or $150, whichever is less, and that if the institution is accredited by a regional accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education, the institution may also retain any amount paid as a nonrefundable deposit to secure a position in the program upon acceptance so long as the institution clearly disclosed to the applicant that the deposit was nonrefundable before the deposit was paid. Once the student has completed more than 60% of the payment period, all federal financial assistance is considered to be earned and the student will be responsible for 100% of charges.
  • Fees are nonrefundable after the first week of classes.
  • Any refunds will be paid to the to the person or entity who paid the tuition within 15 calendar days after the (a) date of cancellation by a student of his or her enrollment; (b) date of termination by the institution of the enrollment of a student; (c) last day of an authorized leave of absence if a student fails to return after the period of authorized absence; (d) or last day of attendance of a student; or (e) or whichever is applicable.

Additionally, please review the Return of Title IV Funds as stipulated in the University’s academic catalog, Financial Information section.

Faculty

SEU at Central Church

  • Shawn Williams
Board of Trustees
  • Terry Raburn, Chairman
  • M. Wayne Blackburn, Vice Chairman
  • John K. Jordan, Secretary
  • Abner Adorno
  • Roger Archer
  • Luke Barnett
  • Tommy Barnett
  • Mark Batterson
  • Jennifer E. Closshey
  • David Docusen
  • Kenneth Draughon
  • Gow Fields
  • Kent Ingle
  • Mark Jakelsky
  • Steve Mason
  • Ricardo Orsini
  • Jeffery Portmann
  • Judy Rachels
  • Dino Rizzo
  • Terry Roberts
  • Victor E. Smith
  • Rich Wilkerson, Sr.
  • Douglas Witherup
  • John Wootton

North Carolina

Degree programs of study offered by Southeastern University have been declared by the appropriate state authority exempt from the requirements for licensure, under provisions of North Carolina General Statutes Section (G.S.) 116-15 (d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education.  Exemption from licensure is not based upon assessment program quality under established licensing standards.

Oklahoma

From the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education: Southeastern University complies with Title 70 O.S. §4103 and may operate educational programs beyond secondary education in Oklahoma.

Pennsylvania

Southeastern University has registered in Pennsylvania as an out-of-state distance education provider to enroll residents of Pennsylvania in the following distance education programs: Associate of Ministerial Leadership and Associate of Arts in General Education.

South Carolina

SEU Seacoast Campus, 757 Long Point Rd, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29467, is licensed by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 1122 Lady Street, Suite 300, Columbia, SC  29201; 803.737.2260.  Licensure indicates only that minimum standards have been met. Licensure is not an endorsement or guarantee of quality and is not equal to or synonymous with accreditation by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education

Tennessee

Southeastern University’s Lakeland, FL campus is exempt from Title 49, Chapter 7, Part 20 of the Tennessee Code and the regulations contained in Rule Chapter 1540-01-02 by the Division of Postsecondary School Authorization of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and may offer, advertise and recruit for online programs offered within the State of Tennessee. This exemption must be renewed annually.

LifePoint Leadership College: An extension site of Southeastern University is authorized for operation as a postsecondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. In order to view detailed job placement and graduation information on the programs offered by LifePoint Leadership College: An extension site of Southeastern University, please visit www.tn.gov/thec/ and click on the Authorized Institutions Data Button.

Texas

Southeastern University is approved and regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission on Career Schools and Colleges (Austin, TX).

Student complaints which cannot be resolved by direct negation with the school in accordance to its written grievance policy, may be filed with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), 101 East 15th Street, Rm 226&, Austin, TX 78778-0001. Students should go to TWC website to download the student complaint form. Students can also send a written complaint to the Coordinating Board at Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Academic Affairs and Research, P.O. Box 12788, Austin, TX 78711.

Location and Facilities Description

SEU at Calvary Church, 4401 State Highway 161, Irving, TX 75038.

SEU at Celebration, 601 Westinghouse Road, Georgetown, TX  78626.

SEU at Hope Fellowship, 9950 Rolator Road, Frisco, TX  75035.

SEU at The Oaks Fellowship, 777 South I-35 East, Red Oak, TX  75154

The main campus facilities description is provided in this catalog. Visit the General Information Link on the right sidebar.

Approval to Operate

Approved and Regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Austin, Texas.

Mission, History and Accreditation

The mission statement, history and accreditation for Southeastern University is provided in this catalog. Visit the General Information Link on the right sidebar.

Programs and Costs

As part of its commitment to ministerial preparation, SEU offers the church-based extension site program at a reduced tuition rate. During the 2017-18 academic year, tuition is charged at a rate of $275 per credit hour. Therefore, a full-time student would be charged $3,300 per semester for 12 hours (or $6,600 annually for 24 credit hours). Site fees of $1,260 per semester (or $2,520 annually) will be charged to the student, but this is subject to vary per site. As collected and on a predetermined schedule, this site fee is reimbursed to the site to cover various expenses. A $100 technology fee will also be charged each semester. Beyond the $9,320 collected annually by the university, the extension site may charge additional fees for mission trips or other approved activities; however, these additional fees must be collected by the site. Other fees for textbooks, computers, travel and educational supplies are to be assumed by the student. Assuming a two-year plan, the total cost for the associate degree would be approximately $18,640. Assuming a four-year plan, the total cost for bachelor degrees is approximately $37,280.

Student’s Right to Cancel

Under the Texas Education Code, Section 132.061(f) a student who is obligated for the full tuition may request a grade of “incomplete” if the student withdraws for an appropriate reason unrelated to the student’s academic status. A student receiving a grade of incomplete is allowed to reenroll in the program during the 12-month period following the date the student withdraws and complete those incomplete subjects without payment of additional tuition.

Library Services

The SEU library is well equipped to serve the needs of the programs offered at these extension sites.  Currently, the library’s collections include over 80,000 print books and almost 183,000 ebooks, over 4,500 DVD videos (both feature and non­fiction), 85 online videos, over 71,000 online recordings, over 9,600 CDs, and over 1,200 serial titles (including 640 periodical/journal subscriptions and access to an additional 3,045 titles through journal packages), as well as other types of resources.  In addition, the library provides more than 50 databases, many with full text availability (over 22,000 titles). (See the Library’s Annual Report for 2015­16).

Twelve dedicated and professional staff members (dean, five faculty librarians, four full­time staff, and two part­time staff) provide the library’s services. The five faculty librarians are reference librarians who are available to assist the students and faculty at a distance through telephone, email, video chat, video workshops, and/or consultations. Though all reference librarians are available to help distance students, one librarian (the Reference and Instruction Librarian and Assistant Director of the Library) is specifically trained to work with distance students as a part of that position’s job description, and the library has requested a new position for a dedicated librarian to assist with the needs of distance students.

Faculty and students may access the resources at the library and/or through online searching of the catalog, and searching the library’s databases through EZProxy.  The library uses the OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services with WorldCat local serving as the library’s catalog (library.seu.edu/).This adds a discovery feature as students are able to access the catalog and some databases essentially through one search.  This also facilitates ILL, and users can easily search the larger OCLC bibliographic database to locate additional sources.  Users may request books from the library which are supplied by mail with postage­paid return envelopes, and the library will scan and email periodical articles as requested.

Students receive guidance in the use of the library services and resources through the following means.  At the request of the sites and through funding by the Extension Site Office, a librarian has made four visits to three sites to provide training.  Students have electronic access to LibGuides which bring together information about resources for various programs, some courses, and other more specialized topics.  A LibGuide (library.seu.edu/Distance) is available especially for distance learners to introduce library services and to give them online library instruction (including instructional videos).  There is a LibGuide that identifies the library’s databases and includes a tutorial on how to use these databases (library.seu.edu/databases/general).  The university’s LMS (MyFire) has a link to the library’s webpage on MyFire’s Welcome Page and in each course.  The library webpage (library.seu.edu) provides links to the catalog, databases, and other LibGuides on a variety of topics including Citation Styles (library.seu.edu/citations) and Research Step­by­Step (library.seu.edu/Research).

The library makes every effort to supply extension students with the same high­quality service that on­campus users receive.  The library is open from 7:30 am – 12 am Monday through Thursday, 7:30 – 8:30 on Friday, 12 pm – 8:30 pm on Saturday, and 1pm – 11 pm on Sunday.  Online students can generally reach a reference librarian during the day Monday through Friday, and an evening librarian is available until 11 pm Sunday through Thursday.  Weekend staff can usually help users, but can forward requests to a reference librarian.  The Library Dean and Assistant Director frequently answer research questions on weekends.  A Research Request Form is available under the Services tab on the library webpage.  This is a 24/7 form that sends an email to a reference librarian who will respond no later than the next open library day.  Because of the university’s membership in the Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC), chat reference is provided through Florida’s cooperative Ask a Librarian service.  Even students outside of Florida may use this service as long as they are coming from one of the library’s LibGuides or the library home page.

The library is not reliant upon any other library for resources relevant to the programs offered at these extension sites, and electronic databases provided by the library are not accessed through consortial or statewide groups.

Board of Trustees
  • Terry Raburn, Chairman
  • M. Wayne Blackburn, Vice Chairman
  • John K. Jordan, Secretary
  • Abner Adorno
  • Roger Archer
  • Luke Barnett
  • Tommy Barnett
  • Mark Batterson
  • Jennifer E. Closshey
  • David Docusen
  • Kenneth Draughon
  • Gow Fields
  • Kent Ingle
  • Mark Jakelsky
  • Steve Mason
  • Ricardo Orsini
  • Jeffery Portmann
  • Judy Rachels
  • Dino Rizzo
  • Terry Roberts
  • Victor E. Smith
  • Rich Wilkerson, Sr.
  • Douglas Witherup
  • John Wootton
Faculty and Staff Qualifications
  • SEU at Calvary: Trammel Orr, B.S. Ministerial Leadership (in progress), Site Director
  • SEU at Celebration: Dr. Andrew Fox, Masters Missional Leadership, Ph.D. Intercultural Studies,  Site Director
  • SEU at Hope Fellowship: Josh Wright, Site Director
  • SEU at The Oaks Fellowship: Bryan Brooks, B.S Religious Studies/ M.Div. Pastoral Theology/ M.B.A., Site Director

Currently, Southeastern University has not selected nor hired instructors to teach at the proposed Texas locations.

Faculty Qualifications

Faculty hired at all extension sites must hold, at minimum, a master’s degree or preferably, a terminal degree from a regionally accredited institution, with at least 18 graduate credit hours in the teaching discipline. (The primary exception relates to faculty candidates, who hold an earned master’s or terminal degree from an institution, accredited by the Association for Theological Schools [ATS].) This standard is in keeping with the policies set forth by the university’s regional accreditor, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS COC), and applicable programmatic accreditors, if any. Depending on the subject matter, academic colleges and departments may set forth professional experience expectations. This is not determined by the regional or programmatic accreditors.

On-site instructors may be hired to teach practical ministry, Bible, and theology courses in the Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership program.

  • Examples of qualified graduate degrees for the ministerial leadership core include, but are not limited to, the following: Masters of Divinity (M.Div.), M.A. in Ministerial Leadership, Doctorate of Ministry (D.Min.), or a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in the field.
  • Examples of qualified graduate degrees for the biblical and theological studies core include, but are not limited to, the following: Masters of Divinity (M.Div.), M.A. in Theological/Religious/Biblical Studies, Doctorate of Theology (D.Th.), or a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in the field.

The general education courses (e.g. mathematics, English, humanity, sciences, etc.) are taught online by a professor who is located at the Lakeland, FL campus. There may be some exceptions. In all cases, the instruction must possess a master’s or terminal degree from a regionally accredited institution, with at least 18 graduate credit hours in the teaching discipline. Example qualified degrees include, but are not limited to, the following: M.A. in English for all English composition courses, M.A./M.S. in Mathematics for liberal arts mathematics courses, and M.A. in Biology for the natural sciences courses. Faculty qualifications will vary between discipline; however, the minimum requirements remain intact.

In keeping with best practices and to maintain compliance with accreditation policies, SEU will not employ faculty who fail to meet these minimum qualifications.

School Calendar
START AND END DATES FOR SEMESTERS

Semester/Session – Start Date – End Date

Fall, Session A – 8/22/2018 – 10/16/2018

Fall, Session B – 10/17/2018 – 12/11/2018

Spring, Session A – 1/09/2019 – 3/05/2019

Spring, Session B – 3/06/2019 – 4/30/2019

Educational Delivery Systems

Southeastern University has a contract with The Learning House (TLH) to provide services related to curriculum development and management, infrastructure development and management, faculty and student training, 24/7 technical support, and online best practices consulting. The university is an active participant in ensuring the effectiveness and quality of the programs and courses that are supported by TLH. Management of this partnership is the responsibility of the School of Unrestricted Education and its Center for Online Learning. The Associate Provost for the School and the Director for the Center directly manage the services of TLH with emphasis given to policy creation/maintenance, policy compliance, and general oversight. The School and its staff manage the TLH relationship on a daily basis. Online delivery allows Southeastern to maintain complete control of the curriculum and assessments for the courses.

School Holidays & Vacation Periods

The following holidays will be observed by all extension sites. Specifically, students are not required to attend face-to-face courses and/or practicum on the observed holidays. On the other hand, the online program continues through the holidays observed below unless they lie between semesters or session starts. Vacation periods are the time between each semester start.

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King Day
  • President’s Day
  • Good Friday
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Break
Hours of Operation

Each extension site determines its own hours of operation for face to face contact with the students; contact information for each site is provided at the top of this page. Most of the classes are taken online and the hours are determined by each student as they work at their own pace within the determined parameters of the due dates for assignments and assessments. Hours of operation at Southeastern University School of Unrestricted Education are 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.

True and Correct Statement

The information contained in this catalog is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

Andrew E. Miller, Associate Provost, School of Unrestricted Education

Virginia

SEU at Crosswalk Community Church is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. Main campus address: SEU at Crosswalk Community Church, 7575 Richmond Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188. The Williamsburg extension is approved to offer three programs: the Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership, the Master of Arts in Ministerial Leadership, and the Associate of Arts.

SEU at Wave Leadership College is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. Branch campus address: SEU at Wave Leadership College, 1000 North Great Neck Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23454. The Virginia Beach extension is approved to offer the Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership. 

SEU at Lifepoint Church is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. Branch campus address: SEU at Lifepoint Church, 1400 Central Park Blvd., Fredericksburg, VA 22401. The Fredericksburg extension is approved to offer the Bachelor of Science of Ministerial Leadership and the Associate of Arts.

As of August 23, 2017, students at all Virginia extension sites must sign an annual enrollment agreement as required by the State Council for Higher Education for Virginia. Signed agreements are house on-site at the extension site. 

Washington

Southeastern University is authorized by the Washington Student Achievement Council and meets the requirements and minimum educational standards established for degree-granting institutions under the Degree-Granting Institutions Act. This authorization is subject to periodic review and authorizes Southeastern University to [offer/ advertise and recruit for] specific degree programs. The Council may be contacted for a list of currently authorized programs. Authorization by the Council does not carry with it an endorsement by the Council of the institution or its programs. Any person desiring information about the requirements of the act or the applicability of those requirements to the institution may contact the Council at P.O. Box 43430, Olympia, WA 98504-3430.

West Virginia

Southeastern University is authorized by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission to offer online programs in the state of West Virginia. Reauthorization is required annually.