Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally-funded grant program designed to assist a targeted population of 200 Southeast students in completing a post-secondary education
The office provides direct services and resources through in-person and online programming to assist students in the development of their critical thinking skills, and to support their educational goals and attainment.
Whether students need help exploring careers, choosing a major, gaining career-related experience, critiquing resumes or developing job search skills, Career Services can help.
Southeast is committed to providing services for students with disabilities.
This program is designed to assist students in increasing course lecture- and reading-understanding, mastering course concepts and, at the same time, increasing student competence in reading, reasoning and study skills.
Learning Assistance Programs can help students with tutoring requests.
Provides writing support to the students of Southeast. From this Web site, students can access information and resources for all of its programs.
Administers academic assessment and other testing programs available to Southeast students and community members.
Responsible for verification of enrollment, academic standing, completion of degrees and transcripts of Southeast students.