What are the differences between the GI Bills?
Information on the different GI Bills and what they provide can be found here: http://www.gibill.va.gov/. Additional questions can be answered by contacting Ryan Heslinga, Assistant Registrar, VA School Certifying Official at (573) 651-2834 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was told that because I am a Veteran I might be eligible for certain grants?
Yes, veterans with demonstrated financial need may be eligible for the Federal Pell Grant. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov to determine your eligibility.
I would like to work while I am going to school. Where can I find information about working on or off campus?
Information about both on campus and off campus employment opportunities for students can be found on the Career Linkages website.
Do I have to live on campus?
If you are a Veteran you do not have to live on campus. Check out Residence Life for living suggestions.
How do I find a place to live ASAP!?
I am under 21 but I am married. Do my spouse and I have to live on campus?
No, married couples do not have to live on campus. However, you must fill out the Student Residency Release Application and return it to the Office of Residence Life.
Where do I get a Student ID?
You can get a new or replacement ID on the third floor of the University Center.
Do I have to use my Southeast email account?
Yes! The university faculty and staff will communicate with you through your Southeast email account. Upon admission to the university, you should activate your Southeast Key and begin checking your email daily. Financial aid notices, billing information, academic advising information, and other important university updates are sent to your Southeast email.
Is there a place to work out near campus?
Yes, the Student Rec Center and Student Rec Center South are great facilities and are free for Southeast Missouri State University students. There are also other facilities around Cape Girardeau that charge membership fees.
I received notification that I will be mobilized for active military duty. Can I continue my enrollment or do I need to drop my classes?
The Office of the Registrar counsels students one-on-one who are mobilized for active military duty. Depending upon the length of your deployment, you may be able to continue your enrollment or you may need to withdraw from classes. Provide the Office of the Registrar with official paperwork of your deployment. For assistance, call (573) 651-2250 or email email@example.com.