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Campus News

  • Timlin Named Executive Director of International Education and Services

    Kevin Timlin, director of the International Programs Office at Northern Michigan University, has been named executive director of International Education and Services at Southeast Missouri State University. Timlin will begin his new role July 5, where he will be charged with leading international student services, sponsored student programs, international study abroad and exchange programming, and […]
  • Redhawks Headed to Starkville NCAA Regional

    INDIANAPOLIS ­– Southeast Missouri is headed to the NCAA Regional in Starkville, Mississippi. Southeast, which makes its third NCAA Tournament appearance in 2016, will join host Mississippi State, Cal State Fullerton and Louisiana Tech. The Redhawks face Mississippi State at 1:30 p.m. CT Friday. The 64-team bracket includes 16 regional sites featuring a double-elimination format. […]
  • Redhawks Win OVC Tournament; Punch Ticket to NCAA Regional 

    JACKSON, Tenn. – The Southeast Missouri baseball team won its third overall Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Tournament Sunday with back-to-back wins over Jacksonville State in the championship round, 10-7, 14-8. This is the third OVC Tournament Championship in the program’s history. Southeast Missouri won the title in 1998 and 2002. With the OVC Tournament title, […]
  • Southeast to Observe Memorial Day Holiday

    Due to the Memorial Day holiday, Southeast Missouri State University will be closed on Monday, May 30. The University will resume its normal schedule on Tuesday, May 31, with offices reopening at 8 a.m.
  • Southeast’s Holland School Partners on Northside Community Day

    The Earl and Margie Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts at Southeast Missouri State University has partnered with St. James AME Church to offer a Northside Community Day on June 5. The event will take place from 1-3 p.m. at Washington Park and St. James AME Church, 516 N. Street in Cape Girardeau. People […]
  • Severe Storm Impacting Campus

    Due to the severe thunderstorm in the area, the campus is experiencing flooding issues. Henderson Street between Cheney and Dempster Hall is closed due to flash flooding. Some campus buildings are experiencing flooding issues. In addition, the power is out in Scully Building due to water infiltration. Facilities Management is responding to the building situations […]