SEU Office Closures for Holiday Break

Southeastern University’s offices will be closed beginning Friday, December 23, 2022, and will reopen on Tuesday, January 3, 2023. Please refer to these helpful links during the office closure. Our community wishes you a blessed Christmas and New Year! Visit SEU We’d love to see you this spring, so make your plans now to visit […]

7 Things I Learned My Freshman Year of College

I remember the months leading up to my freshman year of college and thinking to myself that it was probably going to be one of the most pivotal years of my life. For a lot of us, it was the year that we would truly get a feel for what it would be like to […]

How to Prepare for Success in Grad School

Do you have a passion to change the world around you, but aren’t sure where to begin? The mission of Southeastern University is to help you discover and develop your divine design — which is the unique calling that God has placed on your life.  Whether you are looking to advance in your field, grow […]

Pat Clary – A Lifelong Learner

Patricia A. Clary ’22 (PhD) retired in 2018. But that wasn’t the end of her professional and educational journey—God made a way for her to begin her doctorate at the age of 68.  The opportunity to start her doctoral program came at a time of deep personal tragedy: Pat had just lost her son due […]

SEU Faculty & Staff Supports First Gen Students

For parents, sending their son or daughter to college can feel like a daunting task, especially if they are the first in their family to attend. These students are referred to as first generation students, or “first gen.” Dr. Bridget Lee, director of Multicultural Affairs, and Eileen Colon, director of retention, have advice for parents […]

A First-Gen College Student’s Journey to SEU

Are you going to be the first in your family to attend college and are nervous about what it entails? You’re not alone. Karina Marrero-Garcia, a first-generation college student, was in those same shoes before attending Southeastern University this fall.  Karina is a current freshman, and is taking her prerequisites to prepare her to major […]

Making A Difference Through Advocacy and Photography

It all started with an alumni magazine article for Matias ’13 (MBA) and Barbarah ’15 (Reynolds) Perttula. When Matias first met Barbarah in person, it was at a Starbucks in Lakeland. Matias was with SEU President Kent Ingle when he introduced the pair to each other. “The following day, after meeting her, I cracked open the […]

Why I Transferred to SEU

One student shares his experience to help you decide. By Addison Mills, ’23, Pastoral Ministry major and SEU transfer student How do you know it’s time to transfer out of your current college? Speaking from experience, this can be such a scary question. You’ve begun to realize that where you currently are may not be […]

A Closed Door Isn’t a Rejection. It’s a Redirection.

Applying to college can be a difficult process, but both college graduates and current college students know that choosing the right school can be even more difficult. When it comes down to making that final decision, you start to ask yourself questions like, “Is this school the right fit for me?” or  “Can I see […]

Completing the FAFSA: Everything You Should Know

Completing the FAFSA

Let’s be honest. College is expensive, and figuring out how to pay for it can be overwhelming. In addition to figuring out which scholarships and grants are available to you, there are also multiple Federal Student Aid programs you’ll want to consider. But to get any sort of financial aid, you’ll first need to know the […]