SEU Ranked One of Fastest Growing Institutions Nationwide

SEU has once again been named one of the fastest growing private non-profit institutions in the country in the 2022-23 almanac released by the Chronicle of Higher Education (CHE). Based upon growth data acquired from the years 2010-2020, SEU has been ranked fourth among master’s level colleges and universities due to its 243.5% growth in […]

Study Abroad Spotlight | Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford

At SEU, we’re excited to provide students with opportunities to study all across the globe through our Global Education program (a.k.a. study abroad)! Whether you want to study public policy in Washington, D.C. or brush up on your Spanish in Ecuador, there are multiple exciting programs to choose from. Here’s an inside peek from students […]

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 […]

SEU Ranks in the Top 1%

Southeastern University continues to grow! Based on enrollment data from The Chronicle of Higher Education, SEU ranks in the top 1% of the fastest-growing private universities nationwide! We are proud to be ranked fourth out of 347 private non-profit master’s institutions, and ninth among all private schools out of 894. SEU has been steadily moving up […]

SEU Professors to Perform at Carnegie Hall

Professors from the College of Arts & Media, Dr. Shudong Braamse and Dr. Charles Hulin, will have the honor of performing at Carnegie Hall in New York City on February 24. In a voice recital featuring classical works, Dr. Braamse will be providing vocals and Dr. Hulin will be accompanying her on the piano. They […]

Education Students Win Scholarships

Three SEU students from our College of Education were recently chosen as Fanchon F. Funk Scholars by the Florida Association of Teacher Educators (FATE) at the 2021 annual FATE conference in Tampa. Cassandra “Cassie” Cullen, John Pokhan, and Daria Castor were three of the four recipients recognized as outstanding future educators. They will each receive […]