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 […]

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 […]

SEU Alumni Share Their MS in Professional Counseling Program Experience

Considering a career as a counselor? You may be wondering if SEU’s MS in Professional Counseling program will prepare you for and equip you with the tools to succeed in this field. To help you answer these questions and more, we sat down with two alumnae of the program to see where they are now […]

SEU Alumni Featured at the Grammy Awards

We’re celebrating two Southeastern University Alumni who were represented at the Grammy’s this past Sunday—Tiffany (Hammer) Hudson and Sam Simon! Tiffany, a member of Elevation Worship, was part of winning Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for their collaborative album with Maverick City Music. Maverick City Music also performed at the Grammy’s that evening, and Sam played […]

Craig Maddox & Joel Hartman – Prospect Dugout

Youth sports is a multibillion-dollar industry—one that many parents simply cannot afford. Between equipment, team membership fees, showcases, private training lessons and tournaments, thousands of dollars are being spent on young athletes. Families skip out on vacations to travel for weekend tournaments. Kids miss out on birthday parties and outings with friends to attend sports […]

How to Fit in Grad School

If you’re looking to advance in your field, graduate school is the bridge between where you are now and your career goals. Advanced degrees grant students a deeper awareness of the ideas, technologies, and issues within their preferred field. However…they also require your finances and time, and some of us just can’t seem to get […]