We want to SHOW YOU how far you can go at a Southeast Regional Campus!
In Kennett, Malden and Sikeston you will find educational opportunities and flexibility,
including the ability to complete your general educational requirements or complete
a four-year degree. All course work is taught by Southeast. You will not need to
transfer any course work.
Regional Campus Fees
Flyer of Regional Campus Fees
The 2016-2017 schedule of fees listed below is the cost for 30 credit hours per year
for full-time undergraduate students. Additional online course and special program
fess may apply.
Southeast Regional Campuses (Kennett, Malden, Sikeston)
Lower Level (000-299) courses only
|Regional Campus Tuition and Fees
||Per Credit Hour
||30 Credit Hours
|Technology / Maintenance Fees
||(per course) $25.94
|Estimated 2016-2017 Cost
Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change.
The Economic and Business Engagement Center at Southeast Missouri State University is hosting an Agriculture Technology Workshop Series to help agribusinesses and entrepreneurs gain insight into ag tech innovations and regional resources available to them. The series includes an event each Tuesday and Thursday of the first two weeks in August. The series will kick […]
For the first time ever, Southeast Missouri State University’s regional campuses in Kennett, Malden and Sikeston, Missouri, sent students on a Harrison College of Business short-term study abroad trip in Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and France May 15-25. The students joined 23 students from the main campus who explored European business and cultural sites. Regional campus […]
For Mary Fish of Sikeston, Missouri, this Saturday’s commencement will mark the final step towards a 10-year dream. Fish will graduate May 13 from Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology. “When I graduated high school, college just wasn’t in my plan at that time,” Fish said. “I got married and […]
A new Rice Research Greenhouse expected to broaden area rice breeding efforts spearheaded by the Missouri Rice Research and Merchandising Council with support from Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Agriculture was dedicated today at Southeast’s Malden Regional Campus. The 1,500-square-foot facility will help further new high yielding rice varieties. Numerous classes focused on breeding […]