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David Fite | #IAmGoing

David Fite, a two-time graduate of SEBTS in 1958 and 1959, answered the Lord’s call to serve as a missionary to Cuba in 1960. Under an increasingly religiously-intolerant communist regime, Fite was arrested, along with his father-in-law and 52 national pastors, on trumped up charges on April 8, 1965.  He was sentenced to 6 years

The Writing Center

The Writing Center fosters a campus-wide culture of critical thinking through writing, offering students personal appointments and instruction for the glory of Jesus Christ (Rom. 11:36). Located in the library commons, the Writing Center consists of ten writing consultants—two professors, three graduate students, and five college seniors, all trained in Advanced Writing—who offer feedback and assistance with the crafts,

Society for Women in Scholarship Interest Meeting | August 24th

If you love learning and want to meet other women who do as well, check out the interest meeting for the Society for Women in Scholarship. Learn ways that you can use your academic gifting and interests to glorify God and serve the church through the Society. Also get to know our new Assistant Professor

Teaching English as a Second Language | Certification

SEBTS now offers a certification in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Do you have a desire to reach the nations with the gospel through teaching English? The College at Southeastern is now offering a way for college and seminary students to receive training through the Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language

6 Ways the Financial Aid Office Can Serve You

If you’re like most students, paying for school can be intimidating and overwhelming. Many students often feel ill-informed about financial aid and options available to them both as a prospective and current student. As such, many students will avoid even walking into a financial aid office until absolutely necessary! Here at SEBTS, our financial aid

Being a Good Student Between Semesters

In the midst of the semester, students are focused on their studies, grades, and strategies for improvement. Breaks between semesters, on the other hand, are often seen as breaks from being a student. But in the same way that we never stop learning, we don’t stop being students just because school’s out for the summer

GO Conference 2019 | February 15-16

There are a lot of voices in our world telling us who we should be, what we should love, and what makes up our identity. We like to say things like “I’m a vegan,” “he’s so hipster,” “she’s transgender,” or even things like “I’m a pastor,” or “I’m a student.” If we are not careful,

Study Tips

I believe I speak for more than myself when I say last semester was rough, and if I wasn’t organized, I fell behind after one week. With the start of a new semester, you may be asking yourself how you can prepare? Here are some tips that will help you start of this year right

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