Most Web courses will require a textbook. Southeast undergraduate students may rent
their primary textbooks. We will have your textbooks shipped to you. You can visit
the Textbook Rental's website here.
Fees include Incidental and Web Course Fees, and if applicable, textbook rental, tax
and shipping. Payment may be paid by (1) mailing payment to Student Financial Services,
One University Plaza, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701; (2) having a family member phone-in
a credit card payment at 573-651-2253 (press 3 to speak to Customer Service); or (3)
paying online, using your checking account, by Automated Clearinghouse (ACH).
My Southeast (at www.semo.edu/mySoutheast/) provides you with online access to your Southeast student record, including your
class schedule and account information. This is also where you will go to see your
grade in the course once the semester ends.
Once you are registered for a course, you may activate your Southeast Key through
My Southeast. Enter your student ID and password. (Initially, your password is your
birth month and day, e.g. your birthday is April 6, your password is 0406.) Once your
Southeast Key is activated, you will use this to access your Web course. IMPORTANT:
Your Southeast Key is your Southeast e-mail address and this will be used by your
instructors to communicate with you throughout the semester.
We offer a self-assessment questionnaire online at http://online.semo.edu/. Select the “Is Online Right for Me?” on the left side. It will help you figure out
if you will be successful in an online classroom.
Contact Sherry Holder in the Office of Certification at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone (573) 651-2556.
We have tried to answer many of the questions that students and prospective school employers have typically asked over the last several years.
Telephone number: (573) 651-2556
What types of teaching certificates covered by the program?
Temporary Authorization Certificate (TAC) is a valid one year certificate in Missouri. The TAC is DESE's Program and to apply for certification an Application for Temporary Certificate must be submitted online on DESE's website. It can be renewed on a yearly basis if the applicant completes 9 credit hours from their study plan. The study plan for regular education teachers can not exceed 24 credit hours and no more then 29 credit hours for special education.
Enrolling for Fall semester - usually done in first week of the preceding April
Enrolling for Spring semester - usually done in first week of the preceding November
Enrolling for Summer semester - usually done in first week of preceding February
Send an email to email@example.com requesting to be registered in the courses you choose. Please list the course numbers in the email.
No, this is not the case for individuals who have alternative certification. If you already have a valid Missouri teaching certificate, you then can take the Missouri Content Exam test in another area for certification.
Southeast’s testing center is an excellent place to start. There web site can be found at http://ustudies.semo.edu/testing/. Specific information about the Missouri Content Exams can be found at http://dese.mo.gov/educator-quality/missouri-content-area-exams.