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Updated Hours for Essential Offices

Southeastern Family, During this time of transition to online classes, many of you had had questions about office hours for various on-campus offices. Thank you for your patience during this time of transition. The following offices will be open for walk-in service from 10am-2pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. During these hours, these offices will be reachable by phone. Otherwise, they may be reached by email. The offices open during these hours are: Registrar Financial Aid … Read More...

Southeastern To Make Class Adjustments Due To COVID-19

***This article was originally posted at www.sebts.edu and can be found HERE Dear Southeastern Family, Tuesday afternoon North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency over the spread of the coronavirus. You can read the full statement by clicking here. Wednesday, the World Health Organization classified COVID-19 as a pandemic. In order to mitigate the risk for our students, faculty and staff, Southeastern Seminary and The College at Southeastern will be cancelling all … Read More...

Apply for the Charles B. Keesee Educational Fund Grant by May 1st!

Dear students, Greetings from Student Resources & Financial Aid at Southeastern! We hope this email finds you well. We are writing to remind you that you still have time to apply for this very significant external source of financial aid for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. The application deadline is Friday, May 1st for all applicants! If you have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and are currently a legal resident of NC, SC, VA, KY, GA, TN or WV you may be eligible for the Charles B. Keesee … Read More...

Magnolia Kitchen Updated Hours | Spring 2020

To keep our students and staff as safe as possible, Magnolia Kitchen will be operating as following for the time being: Breakfast: Breakfast will be served from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Monday through Friday. Breakfast options will include: Pastries/Muffins Pop-tarts Breakfast Sandwiches Cereal (individually served) Oatmeal (individually served) Coffee/Lattes/Juices/Teas/ Sodas All items will be served in a to-go manner, please stop by Corner Coffee for assistance with … Read More...

2019 – 2020 Baccalaureate Colloquium

The Baccalaureate Colloquium is the culmination of a student paper competition running throughout the 2020 spring semester in which the three winners will present their papers and receive a certificate and monetary reward. Entrants must be currently enrolled, in good academic standing, and have completed at least 60 hours when the paper was written. Papers should be 8-10 pages, argue a thesis, have academic research, and be written for a course at C@SE anytime in 2019-2020. Students must submit … Read More...

Intramural Volleyball | Spring 2020

Bump, set, spike; Intramural Volleyball will be played on Tuesday Nights! In all seriousness, the Intramural Volleyball season is upon us, details below!  The Intramural Volleyball season will begin on March 26th and end on May 7th.  Games will be played on Thursday nights from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM. To be an eligible player you must be an current student, faculty, dependent or Alumni in the Alumni Association.  Sign up on www.imleagues.com/SEBTS as a free agent or create a … Read More...

Meet Your Neighbors: Islam in America | March 12th

How much do you know about Islam? Does your knowledge come from textbooks and the news or from face-to-face conversations with real Muslims? Join us in Adams Hall, room 111, to learn about Islam from one of Raleigh's leading Muslims: Imam Dr. AbuTaleb. Expect a brief, thoughtful lecture about the expression of Islam in North America, followed by a live conversation between Dr. AbuTaleb, Dr. Greenham, and Dr. Whitfield. All guests are invited to enjoy coffee and desserts afterwards. Seating … Read More...