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Southeast Missouri State University

We are excited that your student is considering Southeast!
No matter where your student is in the college search process, Southeast knows it can be a challenging world for the student and their families to navigate. The links below will help you and your student easily find out why Southeast is the university of first choice.

Are you planning for college and worried about paying for tuition? If so, you're not alone. Cost and quality of education are the primary concerns of students and parents alike when it comes time to start thinking about college.

 

Applying for Aid

Southeast encourages students to complete the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA).

Cost and Payment Options

Southeast offers a quality education at an affordable price with a variety of payment methods and options.

Federal Aid Programs

Completion of the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA) may qualify students to receive grants, work study and loans.

Missouri Aid Programs

Missouri residents may be eligible for additional financial assistance through state grants and scholarships.

Scholarships

These scholarships are available to beginning first-year students, transfer students and returning students. These scholarships are awarded by outside agencies based on their specific criteria.

Students have the opportunity to receive fee waivers, need-based awards, performance-based scholarships, merit scholarships, student involvement scholarships, the Minority Mentor Program, endowed scholarships and sponsored scholarships at Southeast.

Student Employment

Southeast students have the opportunity to work on campus through the Federal Work Study program or regular institutional employment.

Tax Incentives

Southeast students may be eligible for educational tax benefits.

Textbook Rental

Southeast students enjoy saving at least $600 per year with our textbook rental system.

Banking

The University offers students general banking services, ATM service and branch banking services through U.S. Bank, located on the first floor of the University Center in the Southeast Bookstore.

Student Financial Services

The Student Financial Services Office operates as a single service center for all your financial needs

What can a student study at Southeast? Is there support or tutoring offered if my student needs help? Check out all the areas of study, academic support, and what is expected of students on campus.

Areas of Study

Southeast offers more than 150 areas of study from accounting to zoology.

Academic Support Services

Southeast has numerous programs to assist with student academic needs, whether it's tutorial services, assistance with writing, the need for a transcript or disability accommodations.

Study Abroad

From Australia to Zimbabwe, Southeast offers opportunities for study abroad.

Early College Credit

Southeast works cooperatively with high schools to provide high-performing, advanced-level, college-bound high school students with an affordable opportunity to experience college-level courses both on the Southeast campuses and in their own high schools prior to graduation.

Student Rights and Code of Conduct

Southeast outlines both the rights of the student and the expectations of the University.

University Calendar

Includes Upcoming Campus Events, the Semester Academic Calendar, Five-year Academic Calendar.

Lost in a crowd? Not at Southeast! Our student-centered philosophy means small classes, opportunities to participate in the University's decision-making processes and real-world experiences that last a lifetime. You can find out important dates, deadlines, and information on how your student can apply and visit Southeast.

Visit the Admissions Website

University Counseling and Disability Services

Counseling and Disability Services (CDS) offers short-term individual, couples, and group counseling for a variety of concerns. Students come in for counseling to help them with issues such as stress, depression, anxiety, academic motivation, and relationship problems.

Campus Health Clinic

The University partners with SoutheastHEALTH to offer a walk-in nurse practitioner-staffed health clinic. Services can also be arranged via appointment.

Department of Public Safety

Southeast protection services include student watch and escort service, lighted corridors, emergency call boxes and closed circuit television.

Dean of Students

The dean's office serves as the primary link among students, faculty and administrators and provides assistance concerning the University Code of Conduct or academic integrity concerns. The Dean of Students is the first point of contact for emergency situations involving students.

Fitness & Wellness

Southeast students may invest in a personal trainer or registered dietitian, take a yoga class, get a massage or register for a workshop or event. We have much to offer, and are constantly adding new programs and classes to better meet the needs of the students.

Speech Language Clinic

The speech-language clinic provides evaluation and treatment of speech-language disorders for individuals of all ages, from infants to senior citizens.

Dean of Students

The dean's office serves as the primary link among students, faculty and administrators and provides assistance concerning the University Code of Conduct or academic integrity concerns. The Dean of Students is the first point of contact for emergency situations involving students.

Map & Directions

Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions?
We have answers!
Office of Admissions
Phone: (573) 651-2590
Email: admissions@semo.edu

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