Your Online Advising Guide

Your Online Advising How-to Guide Yesterday, Southeastern officially announced that face-to-face classes will transition to online/remote delivery formats starting on Wednesday, March 18. Students who reside on campus are encouraged to return home, and several upcoming events have been cancelled. Read more about the updates here: http://www.southeastern.edu/about/safe_campus/covid-19/  What does this mean for Summer and Fall
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Networking 101

It’s not just about what you know, but who you know. Connecting meaningfully with the right people can help solidify your foot in the door.

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Students of Sociology and Criminal Justice Speak Up

Students of Sociology and Criminal Justice expressed their opinions concerning professors, curriculum of their courses and shared their future plans after college. Senior Brooke Balser and freshman Nathan Landry, both Criminal Justice majors, are equally excited to prosper throughout the courses of their major. Balser and Landry agreed that the curriculum of criminal justice is
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Refunds are here

Refunds have been distributed, but some students have not received their money yet. On Aug. 31, 2015 Southeastern’s financial aid office started to distribute refund money to students to who are eligible to receive it. A month has almost passed and many students have questions about why they haven’t received their funds for school yet. According
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Get involved at Southeastern

There are lots of different things you can do in college.  While academics should always come first, most employers are looking for well-rounded individuals.  That’s why its so important to get involved on campus.  Being involved doesn’t just add lines to your resume, it gives you connections on campus that can help you academically, socially,
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Will students vote this election?

There are 16.8 million young people newly eligible to vote since 2008 according to the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement. However, will young people vote this eleection? Now that the presidential debates are over, and the majority of America has had a chance to hear from both candidates, it is
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