A Message from the President – Hurricane Ian

SEU Community, This morning I am incredibly grateful for God’s protection over our SEU community and Lakeland campus as we weathered Hurricane Ian. It’s during times like this that our faith is strengthened and we are truly reminded of what’s most important to us – the safety and well-being of our families and friends.  Although […]

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 […]

SEU Announces New Executive Director of Hispanic Leadership Center

SEU recently announced that Rev. Jeanette Salguero has been appointed as the executive director of the Carrión Hispanic Leadership Center.  Salguero will serve as the pillar in the leadership of the Carrión Center, providing her voice and expertise in the resourcing and advancement of the center’s overall mission and strategic goals.  “I am honored to […]

SEU Awarded Grant for Pathways: Life Skills House

SEU has been awarded a $457,000 grant from Florida’s Legislative Budget Committee to fund the Pathways: Life Skills House project. The university’s Life Skills House was one out of 13 projects to be funded in Polk County. “We are beyond grateful to have been included in the final list of approved grants, as there were […]

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 […]

SEU Works with Argentine Government to Establish Its First Evangelical University

SEU and its global ministry partner, OneHope, recently participated in cabinet-level meetings with the government of Argentina to discuss the establishment of the very first Protestant evangelical university chartered by the country.  Dr. Mike Cuckler, chair of the School of Divinity, represented SEU at these meetings alongside OneHope’s Fernando Ramirez. They had the opportunity to […]

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 […]

A Look Into One Student’s SEU Missions Experience

When you think about going on a mission trip, most people think of traveling internationally and visiting places like Belize, Cuba, or Africa. Most don’t think to go to domestic locations, especially to a small town in the Midwest like Huntington, Indiana. I didn’t even plan on going on another trip after my spring break […]

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 Awarded Grant for Program Development

Southeastern University has recently been awarded a $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., as a part of its Pathways for Tomorrow Initiative. SEU was one out of 21 theological schools across the United States and Canada to be approved for a grant, and the university will be using the funds to finance its proposal, […]