Southeast is not only a place to learn, it also is a place to live. Our campus has eleven residence halls which are home to about 3,000 students each year, including:
Our Residence Halls
Southeast’s campus housing options include both traditional community-style housing and the popular suite-style housing. Places to live range from the historic Cheney Hall, where every room has a unique size and layout, to the Towers Complex, to our newest state-of-the-art residence hall, Merick hall, which was completed in fall 2009.
Our residence halls exist not only to house the students, but also to serve the students. Each hall offers cable television, high-speed internet access, microwaves, laundry and vending facilities, mail service, refrigerator rental and a service desk.
The residence halls offer an affordable and well-maintained place to live as well as an opportunity for the traditional “college experience.” Programs exist to help you succeed academically and have a great experience while doing it.
One Southeast student, whose family lives near our campus, commented that “living on campus was one of the best decisions I have made. It has definitely helped me to do well in class and make countless friends.”