Academic Suspension/Probation (See Undergraduate Bulletin)
Advising Organizations (NACADA & MACADA)
The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) and Missouri Academic Advising Association (MACADA) are two organizations which are open to membership for all advisors. Both organizations have active list serves for discussion of a variety of advising topics and other member benefits as well including conferences at the state, regional and national level.
For membership information in NACADA, contact:
You can access a student advisee’s pin number in the faculty portal.If you are advising a student for whom you are not the assigned advisor, please contact your departmental administrative assistant or your college/school advising center.
- Sharon Burgard, Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sonya Bain, Assistant Coordinator, email@example.com
- Redhawk Success Center
2nd Floor - Rec Center - South
You can access class offerings through the portal
Information on declaring a major, including departmental contact information.
Declaring a Minor (Students)
Typically minors are declared in the department that offers the minor.
A degree audit is a report which shows all degree requirements and tracks progress towards meeting those requirements. Advisors use the detailed degree audit report to recommend courses for the upcoming semester. It is also the responsibility of the student to understand the degree audit report and track progress towards meeting graduation requirements.
Degree Audit for Transfer Students
The following designations are issued for transfer courses which have no equivalent Southeast courses.
- GExxx designates a course which transfers as general elective credit (example: GE124)
- XX198 - lower level departmental elective. For example, an education elective might be designated as EL198; a political science elective would be shown as PS198. Departmental chairs can determine if the elective can sub for another course within their own department.
- XX398 - upper level departmental elective (example EL398 is an elective for elementary education; PS398 would be a political science elective). The department chairs would ave the authority to approve a substitution for classes in their department)
- PS102 National Government indicates that a transfer student, usually from an out of state school, has credit for a national government course. The student must take PS220 Missouri Government to complete the University Studies Political Systems requirement. This combination will then be shown as the equivalent of PS103.
A degree audit for prior degreed students (those who have already graduated and later returned for an additional degree) should be compared to the appropriate curriculum sheet. Students who earned a prior degree at another institution will need to work with their advisor to make sure various requirements have been subbed or waived.
Developmental Courses (See Undergraduate Bulletin)
For placement guidelines for Math and English.
Faculty Portal (Information You Can Find for Advising)
Access student pins
Look up courses
Student information – Student degree audits, student unofficial transcripts, advisee listing, students address/telephone, student emails, test scores, students schedules, mid-term grades (registration history), registration overrides,
Grades (See Undergraduate Bulletin)
For Student Grade Report Definitions and Explanations of:
“I” Grade (Incomplete Grade)
Apply online at http://portal.semo.edu/.
Questions can be addressed to the Department of Public Safety, Dearmont Hall D-Wing
Registration on the Web Through My Southeast
Enrollment may be done through the portal at http://portal.semo.edu on or after the students’ priority registration date as long as they have obtained their alternate PIN from their assigned advisor. Questions regarding enrollment can be directed to the Office of the Registrar in Academic Hall 129 or (573) 651.2299.
Priority registration dates are available in the portal and on the front of the Schedule of Classes Newspaper. Registration is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (except for Sundays, when it begins at 9:00 a.m.)
Step by step instructions on activating a Southeast Key
ID Services, 3rd Floor University Center
(C-BASE, CLEP, Departmental Exams, Credit by exam, Math placement, ASSET, PRAXIS, GED, GMAT, GRC, etc)
Textbook Services, Kent Library Basement
To send transcripts of courses taken from another university or colleges:
- Southeast Missouri State University
Office of Admissions
One University Plaza MS3550
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
To send Southeast transcripts to another college of University:
Contact the Learning Assistance Programs and Disability Support Services (651-CARE) on the 2nd floor of the University Center for a listing of courses with tutoring assistance.
Contact individual departments to inquire their method of taking names for waiting lists, as it varies across campus
If you have suggestions for other resources that would be helpful on this page, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org