We want to SHOW YOU Southeast - one of the most beautiful college campuses you will visit!
Southeast offers a world-class academic experience at an affordable cost. The university’s 200 areas of study emphasize national accreditation, experiential learning and career preparation. In addition to our small class sizes, our faculty and staff genuinely care about your success.
The Southeast Missouri University Foundation has announced a $40 million comprehensive campaign, the most ambitious fund-raising effort in the University’s history, to directly support current and future students.
The campaign, named “Honoring Tradition, Inspiring Success,” is focused on increasing scholarships and supporting programs and renovations that benefit students.
A diversity of terrestrial (forest and lowland) and aquatic (e.g. wetlands, streams,
and the Mississippi River) field research sites are within easy travel time and distance
from the campus - including departmental Kelso Wildlife Sanctuary (10 minutes from
Southeast is a member of consortia that provide student access to courses and facilities
at the Saint Louis University Field Stations (Reis and Lay Field Stations) in Missouri
oak-hickory forest, and the Gulf Coast Research Station in Mississippi.
Collaborative opportunities exist for work with regional, state, and federal resource
Excellent access to computer and library materials.
Well-equipped for field and laboratory research projects.
Home of Regional Vertebrate Museum, Insect Collection and Travis Brooks Herbarium
Collaboration with regional health facilities
Collaborative Management of (soon-to-be- developed) Regional Nature Center with Missouri
Department of Conservation
Kelso Wildlife Sanctuary is used by faculty, undergraduate and graduate students
in course and field research projects. The site is 7- 10 minutes from campus, and
supports Ozark Border oak-hickory Quercus-Carya forest with American beech Fagus grandifolia
and tulip poplar Liriodendron tulipifera on moister north-facing slopes.