Announcements

CPEI Reimbursement Grant for C@SE

The CPEI Reimbursement Grant is a grant from the North Carolina General Assembly & the State Education Assistance Authority. They provide:

•$1,850 for full-time college students taking at least 12 hours
•$1,463 for three-quarter-time college students taking 9-11 hours.

Eligibility Requirements:
•Must have been enrolled as an undergraduate student in the College at Southeastern for the fall and spring semesters
•Must be a legal resident of North Carolina for the 12 months prior to the start of the academic year

To apply for the 2009-2010 reimbursement grant, submit the 2009-2010 CPEI Application to the Financial Aid Office of Southeastern. The deadline for submission is May 14, 2010.… Read More...

General Scholarship Application Period for 2010-2011

General Scholarship:
Southeastern, through the generosity of donors, has established funds allotted for students who demonstrate financial need.

•Need-based scholarship
•College and Seminary students in all degree programs
•Must be enrolled full time on the main campus
•Keesee recipients are not eligible
•Application available online
•Application schedules:

Application Period: March 1 – April 15

Click Here to fill out the Scholarship Application… Read More...

Graduation Rehearsal and Commencement Ceremony News

Graduating Undergrad, Grads, and Doctors, please note and inform your guests of the following change to the schedule for graduation rehearsal and the graduation ceremony:

Graduation Rehearsal — Thursday, May 27, 2010

College (including MAIS):  meet in Binkley Chapel at 8:30 AM

Seminary:  meet in Binkley Chapel at 10:30 AM

Commencement — Friday, May 28, 2010

College (including MAIS):  ceremony begins at 3:00 PM

Seminary: ceremony begins at 10:00 AM… Read More...

Become a Part of Ministry Teams @ SEBTS

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary hopes to serve local churches and be a servant to them in fulfilling their mission. A new initiative begun by Southeastern to facilitate this hope is “Ministry Teams.” This initiative hopes to provide churches with speakers and musicians for special events throughout the year. We are seeking to grow our list of speakers, musicians, and “Discipleship Now” break out leaders. This list of speakers and musicians will include students, staff, and faculty. These speakers and musicians will be able to help serve the church by speaking or leading music at Discipleship Now weekends, Revivals, Spiritual Formation seminars, College events, Youth events, Missions Conferences, Men’s events, Women’s events, Sport’s ministries, Sportsmen’s Ministries, Marriage Conferences, Theological Seminars, and through Pulpit supply just to name a few.… Read More...

Church Planters Needed

Church planters urgently needed for 2 unique opportunities in the Greater Halifax area of Nova Scotia, Canada!!

Halifax, Nova Scotia is the largest city in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. It is the region’s centre of government, commerce, education, and culture. The Canadian National Baptist Convention (Southern Baptist) has two locations in the metropolitan Halifax area with urgent need of a church planter.

For more information contact Dr. Dodson at mdodson@sebts.edu.

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GI Bill and Education Benefits

SEBTS and C@SE is an approved Institution of Higher Learning with the Department of Veterans Affairs. If you are eligible for the GI Bill, depending on you type and length of service, whether on Active Duty, Reserves, Guard, or as a spouse or dependent of a disabled Veteran, you may receive significant stipends for your studies. The Post 9/11 GI Bill also includes tuition assistance. To find out if you are eligible, please visit the VA website (http://gibill.va.gov) or call 1-888-GI BILL 1

Once you have applied, please contact Wesley Handy, VA Certifying Official, in the Registrar’s Office.

Current VA students, please remember to submit your Veteran’s Benefit Information Form for the Spring 2010 Semester, if you have not already.… Read More...

Talent Pool

Do you have a skill you would like to market while you are here at school? Perhaps you would like to prepare tax returns for people in the area for a fee; or you might be a skilled carpenter or painter who could take on some jobs to help pay your way through school; you might wish to be put on a list to be called by folks who need some yard work or miscellaneous odd jobs performed on a short-term basis; maybe you could tutor during the afternoons, or baby-sit, or do some sewing. If you have a talent for sale, the Office of Student Employment Services can help!… Read More...

New Location for Campus Security

The Department of Campus Security is in the process of moving to the second floor of Broyhill. Our computers and phones are already there, so if you need to contact or see someone in person, that is where we are located.  If you have any questions please call (919) 761-2206.… Read More...

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