Wanting the Best - Providing the best
As a parent, you want to provide the best education possible for your son or daughter. At Southeastern, we want to offer the best education possible. With 76 degree programs, nationally recognized faculty, scholarship opportunities, and state-of-the-art facilities, getting what you want has never been easier.
The Southeastern Advantage - Outstanding programs with a personal touch
At Southeastern, your son or daughter will get the best of both worlds. With a vibrant, close-knit campus community and an average class size of about thirty, he or she will be able to take advantage of outstanding programs and services in a personal and meaningful way. Here are just a few:
- Undergraduate research programs will allow your son or daughter to work one-on-one with professors.
- Honors tracks in every degree program will challenge them and motivate them to go that extra mile.
- Study abroad programs will take them to the four corners of the globe.
- Special admissions programs will allow them to get a jump on college while they are still in high school.
- The Center for Student Excellence will provide them with resources and guidance when it comes to choosing a major,
planning their schedule, or learning about possible career paths.
- The Textbook Rental Program will give them the option to rent their textbooks for a flat fee, saving hundreds of dollars every semester.
Admissions Information - Where to begin and what you will need
From application deadlines and immunization forms to making sure your son or daughter has met admissions requirements, the college selection and application process can be overwhelming at times. At Southeastern, we want to make sure you have all the information you need to make the process easy as possible. To help you, we have outlined our application process and the admissions criteria for beginning freshmen. If your son or daughter is a transfer or graduate student, we can help there too.
Is your son or daughter still in high school? Our college preparation checklist will help make sure they follow all of the needed steps to get ready to come to Southeastern.
As a parent, ensuring your son or daughter's safety is your first priority. At Southeastern, we feel the same way. That’s why our University Police office is located in one of our new residence halls right in the heart of campus. With bicycle patrols and 24 “Code Blue” emergency phones located throughout campus, we are there if your son or daughter needs help. More>>
There is no question that a college education can be expensive. At Southeastern, we have made paying for college easy by streamlining our scholarship process with guaranteed four-year scholarship packages for beginning freshmen who qualify based on their ACT scores and high school grade point averages. In addition, students can qualify for federal assistance. More>>
Southeastern students pay tuition according to the number of semester hours scheduled (including courses taken for audit). Additional charges, such as textbook rental fees, laboratory fees, ID fees, fines (parking, books, etc.), housing, meals and vehicle registration, will appear on the fee statement if applicable. Any credits, such as scholarships and other types of financial aid, as well as prior tuition and fee payments, also appear on the fee statement, with a net balance due. More>>
There are a lot of great things happening at Southeastern, and we want to make sure you know about them. Throughout the year, we will host a number of on-campus events highlighting our programs and facilities. Our counselors will also be on the road representing the university at college fairs, high schools, and family visits across the state. More>>
When you have a question, just knowing who to call makes all the difference. That’s why we have put together a list of contact numbers to help you when you, your son, or your daughter have questions. More>>