The Audiology Clinic provides standard diagnostic assessments of hearing and assists in determining if medical referral is warranted.
Crime statistics are published annually and cover the previous three calendar years.
The University partners with SoutheastHEALTH to offer a walk-in nurse practitioner-staffed health clinic. Services can also be arranged via appointment.
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.
Students are encouraged to have their own personal health insurance. Domestic students are not required to have proof of health insurance to attend Southeast Missouri State University.
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.
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.
The speech-language clinic provides evaluation and treatment of speech-language disorders for individuals of all ages, from infants to senior citizens.
Southeast protection services include student watch and escort service, lighted corridors, emergency call boxes and closed circuit television.