2019-2020 Southeastern University - Unrestricted Education Catalog 
    
    Aug 18, 2019  
2019-2020 Southeastern University - Unrestricted Education Catalog

Admission Policies


Admission policies for Southeastern University’s unrestricted education programs are outlined in the Admission Policy Manual . The policy manual outlines the admission process, application and fees, transcript, test score and documentation requirements for each student population. Unique admission policies for online, regional and extension, and certificate programs are provided.

 

8.1 Dual Enrollment

Southeastern University offers dual enrollment credit through on campus, online, extension site, and home schooling course options.

 

Program Overview

•         Prospective dual enrolled students must be at least 15 years old and sophomore class status in order to enroll in dual enrollment courses.

         •         Any freshman- or sophomore-level courses (that do not require prerequisites) can be taken.

•           Students are able to take classes according to the following schedule:

o  sophomores may take up to 6 hours per semester

o  juniors may take up to 12 hours per semester

o  seniors may take up to 15 hours per semester.

 

Admission Requirements

1.       Submit the dual enrollment application.

2.       Submit a dual enrollment agreement form.

        Note: The signature of high school guidance counselor (or parent signature for home schoolers) is required, if the courses are to apply as concurrent (high school and college credit).

3.       Submit Ability to Benefit Test Score in states where required.

 

8.2 Readmission of Former Students

Former students who have not been in attendance of Southeastern University within one semester, or who withdrew during a semester for any reason, must submit a formal application for readmission, along with an updated Christian Character Reference and Biographical Essay. 

 

Re-applicants must be in good standing and receive approval from the offices of Admission, Financial Aid, Registrar, Business, and Student Development to return. 

 

Re-applicants who exited in good standing are eligible to apply at any time. Former students who were suspended or dismissed (academically or socially) may apply for readmission at the end of the period of suspension. The student must write a letter of appeal and submit this letter with the other required admission documents. 

 

The Retention Committee must evaluate students applying for readmission after a suspension or dismissal. This committee has the authority to approve or reject the readmission of any former student. The applicant will receive notification of the Committee’s decision. 

 

Former students who attended other institutions since leaving Southeastern must provide an official transcript from each institution attended. The regulations on the acceptance of transfer credit apply to any re-admitted student

 

8.6 Extension Site Admission Policy 

The necessary requirements to be submitted as part of the application to a Southeastern University Extension Site include: 

 

Completed online application. The application for admission to any of our extension sites is found at the following link: https://portal.seu.edu/info/onboarding-user-info

Christian Character Reference 

Biographical Essay. 

Essay topic

Describe the beginning and present growth of your relationship with God and how you see yourself as a good match for Southeastern’s academic and spiritual environment.

  • Answer essay topic fully

  • Length: 400–800 words

  • Essay must be written in English.

Official High School Transcript (This item may not be required  for transfer students)

Official College Transcripts (if applicable)

Applicants are also encouraged to submit ACT/SAT scores, if taken, to aid the University in course placement and advising. 

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Completed online application. The application for admission to any of our extension sites is found at the following link: https://portal.seu.edu/info/onboarding-user-info

Christian Character Reference 

Biographical Essay. 

Essay topic

Describe the beginning and present growth of your relationship with God and how you see yourself as a good match for Southeastern’s academic and spiritual environment.

  • Answer essay topic fully

  • Length: 400–800 words

  • Essay must be written in English.

SAT/ACT Scores* 

Official High School Transcript*

Official College Transcripts (if applicable)

 

*NOTE: This item may not be required for Transfer students