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With immediate access to innovative courses, dedicated faculty who successfully combine industry skills and academic credentials, and unique experiential learning opportunities that give students the advantage of applying their knowledge in professional environments while completing their degree.

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With one of the largest programs on Southeast's campus and one of 116 journalism and mass communication programs accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC).

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Landing News

  • Southeast Student Crowned Miss Illinois

    CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., July 10, 2015 – Southeast Missouri State University junior Crystal Davis of Anna, Illinois, was crowned Miss Illinois 2015 last month at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center and will now compete in the Miss America pageant in September. Davis, a public relations major, won Miss Southern Illinois this year to qualify […]
  • Amy E. Garrison Endowed Scholarship Established

    CAPE GIRARDEAU, Missouri, July 9, 2015 – The Amy E. Garrison Endowed Scholarship has been established through the Southeast Missouri University Foundation. Amy Garrison of Maryland Heights, Missouri, made a $5,000 gift to establish the scholarship. Her gift will be matched with an additional $5,000 match through a University matching gift program. The matching gift […]
  • Nixon Signs Legislation Paving Way for $10 Million in Renovations at Southeast

    CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., June 18, 2015 – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation earlier this month that contains funding for capital improvement projects at higher education campuses across Missouri, including $10 million in renovations at Southeast Missouri State University. House Bill 19, signed into law June 5, provides $10.08 million in maintenance and repairs for […]