SEU Celebrates Black History Month

The SEU Multicultural Affairs (MCA) Department coordinates and hosts a variety of educational programs to foster cultural competency throughout the year. During the month of February, the MCA team — as well as many groups across campus — will host events to give students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to learn more about and celebrate […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

SEU Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Lecture Series

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, SEU’s Carrión Hispanic Leadership Center will be hosting a lecture series on Thursday, September 15, at its Lakeland campus.  The series is intended to recognize and honor Hispanic Heritage Month, which takes place this year from September 15 to October 15, and highlight the contributions that the Hispanic community […]

First Gen Students Share Their Tips for Thriving at SEU

Taking the leap to attend college is a big step forward for every student, and it’s often an even bigger milestone for first generation (first gen) students and their families. First gen college students — those whose parent(s) do not hold undergraduate degrees — make up a large percentage of today’s college students, yet they […]

SEU’s Student Leadership Program: A Student Leader’s Perspective

At SEU, we hear about leadership almost on the daily. From President Ingle’s podcast, Framework Leadership, to the leadership courses each student enrolls in, it’s clear that this simple principle guides our university’s philosophy.  When I arrived at SEU, I (like many people, I assume), was eager to finally grow my leadership skills and go […]

Welcome Week Highlights

Welcome Week is an exciting time for new and returning students to transition to campus life and form lasting relationships at SEU. As a junior here at Southeastern, I’ve had the privilege of attending Welcome Week for several years now, and it’s always a memorable experience.  So today I want to share that excitement with […]

SEU Increases Outreach to Hispanic Students

Southeastern recently announced a new partnership with the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) and the renaming of the Hispanic Leadership Center. The center will be renamed to the Adolfo Carrión Hispanic Leadership Center. The partnership with NaLEC’s extensive network of churches across the U.S. will help increase SEU’s outreach to Hispanic and Latino students and […]