Announcements

New! Wireless Printing at Southeastern!

Students, faculty and staff: You can now print from your wireless computer from anywhere on campus that you are connected to the “Southeastern” network.  You submit your file or URL to be printed, then go to the Library Computer Lab and use your Southeastern 1Card to pay for and release your printout.  It’s easy to

60th Anniversary Festival

The 2010-2011 academic year marks 60 years of God’s faithfulness to Southeastern. To kick off the celebration, we are having a 60th Anniversary Festival on campus Monday evening, October 11. The entire Southeastern community – students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the Board of Trustees and Board of Visitors – is invited to attend.

Keep up with Boston and Haiti

Have you been checking up on what God is doing through Southeastern teams in Boston and Haiit during Fall Break? Check it stories, photos and videos now over at sebts.edu/missions.

The Spoon Game II! Are you in?

Residence Life would like to invite all students to participate in The Spoon Game II.  The game consists of players whose goal is to eliminate their targets while attempting to avoid being eliminated.  Everyone has a different target and no one knows who is trying to eliminate them.  To see all the rules please read

Interested in taking some classes with the Biblical Women’s Institute?

Interested in taking some classes with the Biblical Women’s Institute? Term 2 Classes are quickly approaching! Tuesday, Thursday, and Weekend Classes available.  $10 a class. Term 2 Classes: Old Testament Book Study (Genesis), taught by Matthew Emerson. Counseling Women, taught by Denise O’Donoghue. Baptist Identity, taught by Kristy Burgess. Preparing for Missions, taught by Lesley

Scholarship Postings & ½ Price Dependent Refunds

The Majority of scholarships from the Financial Aid Office have been disbursed to student accounts, as well as the ½ price dependent refunds. Thank you for your patience in this process. Now that this credit has applied to accounts you may do one of a few things. Apply credit towards a FACTS plan by completing

Spring 2011 General Scholarship Application Period

The General Scholarship is Southeastern’s need-based scholarship which is available for all College and Seminary students in all degree programs (Post-graduate and Advanced degrees are not guaranteed funding). To be eligible, you must enroll as a full-time  student on the Wake Forest campus in the Spring 2011 semester. Apply during the Spring Application Period (October

Horne encourages students to beg Jesus for his touch

Crumbs. Crumbs, the littlest thing, is what the Syrophoenician woman asked for. She didn’t expect that she would be worthy of “the full portion,” but as the Greek woman begged Jesus for healing for her demon-possessed daughter, all she asked for was a little of his power to save her daughter. The story of the

Discover the World . . . in Raleigh

Come experience music, food, and culture from around the globe at the 25th International Festival of Raleigh (Oct. 1-3). Don’t want to go alone? Join PAL‘s carpool leaving on Saturday (Oct. 2) at 5pm from Stealey. For cost and other info, please visit PassionForAllLands.blogspot.com

Last Chance: Audition for A Trumpet Loud as Seven Thunders tomorrow

Auditions for a profesionally directed community drama, “A Trumpet Loud as Seven Thunders” will be held at Wake Forest Baptist Church tomorrow, Wednesday September 29 at 6 p.m in the choir room.  Call 919-556-5141 to sign up for a 5 minute audition time. Male and female actors are needed for the thirty member cast in

1 101 102 103 104 105 112