Announcements

Tar River Baptist Christmas Applications-Deadline TODAY

The Tar River Baptist Association has a unique ministry during the Christmas Holiday Season.  In early December, they “open for business,” allowing clients that have been referred by local agencies, churches, pastors, ministries, etc. to shop for their children.  Time is also reserved for the children to come and shop for their parents. Southeastern has been asked to

Chili Cook-Off: TONIGHT!!

So, you think your chili has what it takes to make the taste buds of our judges go crazy? Then enter your chili into our annual Chili Cook-Off on Monday, November 8th! Don’t cook? Well then, stop by the Ledford Center at 5:30 PM and help yourself to some of the greatest chili you might

January and Spring Registration

Registration for the January and Spring 2011 terms will begin on Monday, November 15. Please refer to the registration instructions available on CampusNet. Please refer to the instructions for details regarding your specific program, including deadlines, add/drops, and other pertinent information. If you plan on graduating in Spring, please submit your graduation application also available

Operation Christmas Child Collection

If you would like to donate a few small toys to send to children overseas please drop them off in the wrapped box by the Ledford Center Front desk.  We are also collecting money to purchase additional supplies so monetary donations are also welcome.  Anyone who would like to help organize and pack all the

Deadline to enter Chili Cook-Off is TOMORROW

Do you have a killer chili recipe? If so, the Student Life Office is looking for you! On Monday, November 8th we will be hosting the annual “Chili Cook-Off,” and we need your help. Click here to register for the Chili Cook-Off. We will be evaluating the spice, taste, texture and letting our all-star faculty

Ethics of Stem Cell Research Lecture, November 5

This Friday, November 5, come hear Rick Campanelli,  a Christian lawyer from Washington, D.C., previously in the Office of General Counsel for the Department of Health and Human Services. He will give an insider’s view on how the government handled the ethics of stem cell research. Friday, November 5, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m., Patterson Hall,

PAL Event on Nov 13: Across the Ocean

PAL invites you to Across the Ocean, where this semester’s focus is on Hungary and Kazakhstan. Learn about these countries on Saturday, Nov. 13 (6-8pm) at Ledford. This event is free. For more info, please visit PassionForAllLands.blogspot.com

Coffee House TONIGHT at 9 PM

TONIGHT, October 28, Student Life will be hosting the second Coffee House of the year. Take the opportunity to relax with friends while you get to drink coffee, eat great dessert, and listen to rockin’ talent- Chesed Dent- in the Ledford Center. Enjoy a break from studies and come on over to enjoy the evening

40 Hours of Prayer- This weekend!

If… My people who are called by My name humble themselves, pray and seek My face, and turn from their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land.” -2 Chronicles 7:13-14 Wouldn’t it be powerful to have everyone on this campus praying for awakening to happen through out

Serve Your Senior Event

The Wake County Elderly Services office is hosting the first “Serve Your Seniors Day”on Saturday, November 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Wake County Northern Regional Center on East Holding Avenue in Wake Forest. There will be information booths and services available for local seniors at the event, but the day will

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