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There’s still plenty of time to apply to join our flock! And, if you apply by March 1, you may still qualify for scholarships. And remember: there’s no application fee and no essay required.
From the towering trees to the largest river in North America. From the historic buildings to the copper dome that perches above the city. From the rolling hills to the people waving hello. Yeah, there’s just something about our campus.
Don’t take our word for it. Schedule a private campus tour or visit our virtual campus visit experience to see for yourself from the comfort of your home!
At Southeast, we know the value of a college education. And, we think everyone should be able to afford that value. It’s the reason we designed a scholarship program where 70% of our students are eligible. It’s why we don’t have an application fee. It’s why we’re test optional. It’s why we created our Will To Do Award, so eligible Pell students would pay $0 in tuition and fees.
And, if you’re thinking that all sounds too good to be true, Southeast is living proof that high quality doesn’t have to mean high cost. While our tuition is lower than the national average, you’ll find we’re still one of Missouri’s most accredited institutions.
That quality combined with abundant real-world learning opportunities mean you start building your resume almost as soon as you set foot on campus and you’re career-ready when you leave campus. SEMO doesn’t want to just be affordable or just be high quality. We want to be a smart investment, so you launch an extraordinary career and can excel on day one.
We give everything we’ve got and earn everything we get. Because progress isn’t promised to anybody. It will be made by those with the courage to question. The hunger to know. And the will to do.
Southeast Missouri State University has announced its President’s List for undergraduate academic achievement during the fall 2020 semester. Students named to the president’s list earned at least a 4.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale, completed at least 12 hours of standard graded credit, achieved no grade below an A and received no failing [...]
Southeast Missouri State University has been awarded the 2021-2022 Military Friendly® Top 10 Schools and Gold designation. Southeast’s rank, up from Silver designation in 2020-2021, recognizes the University’s commitment to increase and continuously improve policies and procedures that benefit veterans and students while accomplishing their higher education goals and after graduation, said Amanda Woods, Military [...]
For the ninth consecutive year, the Southeast Missouri State University Cyber Defense Team has won the Missouri Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC). The Southeast Cyber Defense Team competed against 20 other Missouri teams in the Feb. 13 CCDC. During the virtual competition, the team was put into a semi-realistic scenario where they were tasked with [...]
Southeast Missouri State University’s regional campus in Kennett, Missouri, will be closed Feb. 22. If at all possible, the University encourages faculty to conduct virtual instruction with regularly scheduled classes and for students to engage in these virtual learning opportunities. Additionally, Southeast’s Delivery Site at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, will remain closed [...]
Dr. Joseph Snyder, assistant professor of history at Southeast Missouri State University, has been named director of the Jane Stephens Honors Program. He replaces Dr. Jim McGill, professor of chemistry, who had served as director of the honors program since 2017. Snyder joined Southeast in 2018 and teaches both modern and ancient history courses, including [...]
February Events Include Guest Speakers, Artists, Documentaries Throughout February, Southeast Missouri State University will celebrate Black History Month with several events highlighting Black leaders, including the annual MLK (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.) Celebration, which will be held virtually on Feb. 10. This year’s theme is “Speaking to the Moment: Reconciling the Dream.” Nikki Giovanni, [...]