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Making Connections for God’s Kingdom

Jim Wellborn and his wife Linda Wellborn.

Jim Wellborn ’73 has more than 6,600 contacts on his phone. Having served five decades in ministry, Wellborn is known for being a connector. Whether he’s in Springfield, Missouri, traveling overseas, or attending a missions convention, he’s bound to run into someone he knows. Wellborn’s years in ministry span from leading thousands of youth on […]

9 Ways to Create a Positive Roommate Experience 

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There are a lot of new experiences you encounter as you make the transition into college life. One of the biggest changes you will face is learning how to live with a roommate. Learning to live with someone can be scary, especially if you may not even know them beforehand. Whether your roommate is completely […]

SEU’s Music Education Program

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Music Education Needs You! The School of Music at SEU encourages passionate musicians to tune their divine sound in Christ. The School of Music caters to students interested in careers as teachers and as performers. Our Music Education program equips students with the tools and experience to share their love for music through either of […]

Behind the Scenes — Senior Capstone Film Production

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All chatter and laughter cease as the lights begin to dim. The audience holds its breath in anticipation. Suddenly, the sound of a projector whirring to life appears out of nowhere. The first scene of the film, so carefully crafted, unfolds before the captivated viewers’ eyes. All too quickly, the last image on the screen […]

Top 5 Ways to Deal With End-of-the-Semester Stress

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The end-of-semester stress is real. Studying and cramming for finals, solidifying summer plans, and for a large portion of students, gathering the tools and preparing for post-graduation. There are lots of unanswered questions and details needed to get in line. But, when finals roll around, there are plenty of ways to finish the semester strong. […]

Top 10 Writing Tips for Memorable Scholarship Essays

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Scholarship essays are a crucial part of securing financial aid for college. They are not only an opportunity to demonstrate your academic achievements but also a chance to tell your unique story.  To craft a compelling scholarship essay, consider these tips:  1. Know Your Audience Before you start writing, research the scholarship provider’s values, mission, […]

Growing Through Education and Community

Evy Smegal eating food at the Joinery

When you’re looking for the right college to further your education, there are so many factors to consider. You might ask yourself: “Do I want to stay close to home?”  “What’s the atmosphere like?”  “Does the school have classes that’ll help me grow?”  “Can this school help me achieve my dreams, or help me figure […]

Jennifer Courtney — A Classical Route to Education

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Did you know? SEU partners with Classical Conversations Plus to offer college credit for CC+ Challenge Program (high school) students. Learn more here. As Southeastern University’s first graduate from the Master of Arts in Classical Studies program, Jennifer Courtney ’22 is paving new pathways for education. Whether she’s developing curriculum for Classical Conversations Multimedia, guiding […]