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At Southeast, you are encouraged to consider many academic and career interests. Our academic advisors can help by providing guidance related to course selection and registration. If you haven’t selected a major, the General Education advisor can provide you with assistance.
A list of Southeast academic departments and units with links to the respective Web sites.
Students interested in small classes, caring faculty and special privileges, such as opportunities for undergraduate research, will want to check out the Jane Stephens Honors Program.
Southeast's Kent Library is your partner in finding information for completing research papers and class assignments. Find out what our library has to offer by visiting Kent Library online. Library professionals can work with you in person, by phone or e-mail. Online resources bring the library to wherever you are, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
How about learning by moving your experience out of the traditional classroom, involving you in independent thinking and learning, problem-solving in an area of developing expertise, and activities rather than reading in a textbook, and working on relevant or useful projects? Southeast does exactly that through “experiential learning” or real-world experience.
Southeast Missouri State University offers an unmatched variety of study abroad opportunities for students from all majors and interests.
Testing Services coordinates academic assessment and other testing programs which are offered to Southeast students and members of the community. Testing Services supervises Placement testing for new students, exit and placement testing for various University programs, the Credit by Exam program and correspondence testing as well high school outreach programs such as dual enrollment examinations
University catalogs are guidelines for your assistance as you progress through your program of study.
This nationally known and award-winning 51-credit-hour general education program permits students to choose courses in various areas that will help develop skills important in all of life. Our students say the program helps them to think critically, to analyze difficult problems and to communicate complex issues.
The Center for Writing Excellence, located on the fourth floor of Kent Library, offers students the chance to receive input and advice on writing assignments of any length or type. In most cases, appointments are not required if your paper is less than ten pages in length. During busy times in the semester, you may want to plan ahead and get your paper done early.