Wondering what type of student services or extra-curricular activities Southeast offers?
With more than 150 social and special interest organizations, NCAA Division I Athletics, 10 national fraternities and eight national sororities, you are sure to find ways to spend your free time.
As a Southeast student, you will soon discover what makes Cape Girardeau a unique and rich city.
As a Southeast student, you will be exposed to the arts and culture on campus.
At Southeast, you can compete at the NCAA Division I level while striving for academic excellence.
Campus Life & Event Services enhances the educational experience of all Southeast Missouri State University students by fostering learning and engagement through intentional co-curricular activities. Through these diverse experiences, students learn to apply their knowledge and understanding to their lives.
At Southeast, you can participate in campus ministries where you interact with a group of students who share your faith.
Choose your own Adventure today! Select those activities that you and your family will enjoy; no preregistration needed!
At Southeast, you will be able to make lifelong friendships as a member of a fraternity or sorority. Learn more about Greek organizations and when you can apply for membership.
During the fall semester, you can participate in fun homecoming activities to support your favorite team!
As a Southeast student, you will have access to outstanding facilities that would put to shame any health club!
The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is a supplemental academic and leadership program designed to prepare you to a become Air Force officer.
The Missouri Army National Guard Officer Leadership Development Program ("SHOW-ME" GOLD) will offer the opportunity for professional development and leadership training to become an officer in the Missouri Army National Guard.
Nearly everyone has a hobby, and Southeast probably has a group of students who share your interests.
As a Southeast student, you can travel overseas and earn academic credit.
Working on campus will connect you with a large network of faculty, staff and students interested in your academic success. Numerous national studies have indicated that working on campus has been linked to higher grades and improved chances of graduating from college.