Welcome to the Registrar's Office at Southeast Missouri State University. Our office,
located in Academic Hall 058, supports all students - current, former and future -
by providing service in all areas of academic records maintenance.
Please contact us if you have any questions before, during or after your time at Southeast!
Follow these step by step instructions to enroll in or make changes to your semester
Determine your registration date for the upcoming semester.
Check seat availability in any course prior to registration to help build your future
semester schedule of classes. Information on class availability is real-time
Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by course discipline. Course numbers
which have been changed since the previous BULLETIN are listed in parenthesis.
Review the final exam schedule to determine when your final exams will be held. Consult
with instructors for online courses
View available courses for upcoming semesters at Southeast.
The Southeast Undergraduate Bulletin is the official undergraduate catalog for Southeast.
Annual versions are printed each year and your version will be the Bulletin you receive
during your first semester at Southeast.
Tools & Resources
View important semester dates and deadlines.
New to campus? This list of building codes will help you find out where your next
class is located!
A web-based tool to help students and advisers monitor progress toward degree completion.
Commonly used forms from the Registrar's Office can be downloaded as PDF files, printed,
and returned to the Registrar's Office for processing
Information and processes for graduation and commencement.
Official transcripts may be requested in writing or online through the Southeast Portal.
The following links are designed to help you plan for your transfer to Southeast.
This information is meant only as a guide. Every effort is made to keep the information
as up-to-date as possible. Advisors at both your current institution and at Southeast
should be consulted each semester for new changes that may not yet be reflected here.
Information for Faculty & Staff