The Students of Southeastern React to the New Promise

Southeastern Louisiana University recently announced a promise that will help incoming freshman save money. On Apr. 18, Southeastern’s President John Crain introduced the Southeastern Promise. All incoming freshmen starting in the summer and fall will receive a freeze on their tuition and fees regardless of the legislative order. Many students have mixed feelings about the promise and everything […]

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Should STEM Grow in Louisiana?

Senator Hewitt was met with no opposition as she proposed Bill 225, a bill aimed at seeing STEM programs grow and develop in Louisiana. Bill 225 has three main goals. First, the bill will create a Louisiana STEM advisory council. This advisory council will coordinate delivery, increase student interest in STEM, and increase the number […]

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Southeastern offers fixed net tuition plan for incoming freshmen

The university unveiled its “Southeastern Promise” this month. The plan is making waves as it’s the only one of its kind in the state, shielding students from future tuition raises and promising class availability to ensure a four-year degree completion. The program, beginning Summer 2017, allows new freshmen to enroll.  At least 30 credit hours […]

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Southeastern Students Split on Raising TOPS Requirements

A SoutheasternUReporter survey conducted throughout the week of March 27 through email collected data from Southeastern students regarding the current state of the TOPS Opportunity Award. The respondents of the email were students currently enrolled in Southeastern. Of the students who submitted answers, 23.1 percent were Sophomores, 23.1 percent were Seniors, 7.7 percent were Juniors, […]

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Student Government Association introduces senate hopefuls

The Student Government Association kicked off its election process Monday with a technological twist. In addition to opening the online election system in the morning, SGA also held a live candidate forum on its Facebook page at 6:30 p.m. The forum introduced the candidates running for senate and allowed questions and feedback from fellow students through […]

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Split Support on the Idea of a Greek Fee

The idea of introducing a fee for Greek life into Southeastern’s semesterly fees is greeted with almost equal support and opposition. A survey conducted by Southeastern UReporter staff shows that 52.4 percent of respondents do not believe such a fee would be beneficial or necessary. The 42 respondents ranged from college age students, to adults. Most […]

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