Southeastern University is anchored by Spirit-empowered education in a Christ-centered, student-focused learning community. Southeastern’s global impact is marked by a deep commitment to transforming minds and engaging culture through the integration of faith, learning and service. Each student’s divine design is nurtured and unleashed through the investment of faculty and staff, relationships within the community, the rigor of scholarship, diverse learning experiences and the discipline of spiritual formation, which propels students into a lifetime of serving the world in the Spirit of Christ.
In addition to our mission and vision statement, we hold fundamental truths about the Christian faith that include the following:
- The Scriptures are inspired by God and declare His design and plan for mankind.
- There is only one true God who is revealed in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit (commonly known as the Trinity).
- Jesus Christ, as God’s son, was both fully human and divine.
We are proud of our affiliation with the Assemblies of God and our Pentecostal tradition. We are also proud to be a welcoming community for students from all Christian backgrounds and denominations. Our campus includes many Baptists, Presbyterians, Methodists, etc., as well as nondenominational students. Everyone shares a strong commitment to knowing Christ and making Him known, and we celebrate our theological similarities while appreciating our differences.
Tuition and Fee
12–17 credit hours* $10,920
18 credit hours $11,830
General student fee**$500
Semester total for on-campus
12–17 credit hours* $15,994
18 credit hours $16,904
Year total for on-campus
12–17 credit hours $31,988
18 credit hours $33,808
Cost per month (12-month plan***)
12–17 credit hours $2,666
18 credit hours $2,817
*Each additional credit hour above 17 is $910. Nontraditional evening or online class pricing is not included in the 12–17-credit hour tuition price.**The general student fee includes yearbook, newspaper, student activities, Student Body Leadership Council, health services and online resources.***This does not include any eligible federal, state or institutional aid (such as scholarships).