You did it! With the semester coming to an end, finals are finally here. With exams right around the corner, it can be tempting to stress. Here are some tips to help you enjoy the conclusion of the semester and successfully complete your finals.
Despite what you might see on TV, professors aren’t out to get you. In fact, they’re here to help you succeed and guide you through their class.
Taking advantage of your college town can enhance your college experience. Cape Girardeau can offer many great opportunities for personal, social, and academic growth. There is always something fun going on around town. Here are some ways to make the most of your time in Cape Girardeau!
Homesickness is a common feeling for first time college students. This is especially true if you are in a new environment or living far away from your familiar surroundings. We've got a few tips for you if you catch yourself missing home.
Southeast students leave college with new skills, more knowledge, and the confidence to take on any position. Don't believe us? These 150 employers did.
A big part of college is forming connections and building a network, but that can feel difficult as an online student. We have a few tips on how to get started.
It may sound easier than it actually is... here are some things to remember when you need to ask for help.
Senior year is coming. You’re excited! You're nervous. You're not sure how you feel. We get it. Maybe you're thinking about the next step. For some of you, that's college and that means there are a lot of new things to consider.
When I first moved three hours away from home to go to SEMO, I was terrified. I had gone to the same school with the same people all my life, and I was scared to have to make new friends. Looking back on everything, I know it was silly to be worried. But, I didn’t know that my first week. I have compiled a list of things I wish someone had told me as a freshman. Whether you’re feeling excited, nervous, or confused to start your freshman year, this list is a great start to getting prepared.
You’ve been accepted to Southeast Missouri State University (Welcome, fellow Redhawk!) … but now what? We know the cost of college might seem daunting, so we want to ease your mind. The first and most essential step to paying for college is to file your FAFSA.
Dear Future Redhawk,
I’m from South Carolina, but I ended up going to college in Missouri. After finals, I drive an average of 12 hours to get back home.
If you’re like me, then you can’t be in the same place for too long. I get bored with the monotony of doing the same thing every day, and I’ve had to find ways to combat this when it comes to doing my schoolwork.
A cluttered desk can leave you feeling frustrated and distract you from getting important work done. Whether you're an online or on-campus student, we have a few mindful tips to help your space stay organized.
When I started at Southeast, I thought I had it all figured out. We come to college excited for freedom and ready to figure out just what we’re supposed to be, but I can assure you that’s easier said than done.
Are you ready to take on finals week? We've got a few tips to help you not only survive, but thrive this semester!
by Ahkam Chowdhury
Finals are right around the corner and we know this can be a stressful time. Here are some tips on how to survive the 'final flood'!
Filing the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, might seem long and confusing. But, a little preparation will make the process a lot easier!
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to work full-time while being a full-time college student? To give you some insight, we asked a SEMO student to share their experience!
College is different than high school. New environment. New style of learning. More responsibility. Here are a few things your professors want you to know to help make your college career a success.
So you’re coming to Southeast. Congratulations! Here are a few tips on how to really get the most out your college experience from the start.
If you want some wisdom when it comes to studying for your first college finals, you’ve come to the right place. Pull up a chair, get out some paper, and prepare to be amazed.
We're sure you've heard the word during your college search: accreditation. But what does it really mean and why should you care about it?
Here at Southeast Missouri State University, we know academic success comes from your mental and physical well-being.
We know that transferring schools can be stressful and intimidating, but we're here to help you every step of the way.
What am I going to do for the rest of my life? That is one of the toughest questions we all must ask ourselves eventually.
Working on a paper and trying to make sure you aren't cited for plagiarism? Here are a few tips to help you avoid common plagiarism mistakes.
Choosing a college can be a stressful decision in a “normal” year. But what about having to select a college in the middle of a worldwide pandemic? It can be daunting, of course!
Living in the age of internet communication often blurs the lines of what is appropriate. There’s a major difference between what you would text your friends versus what you’d email your professors.
Whether you’re starting college for the first time, or going back after a break, there’s a few things you can do to prepare for the upcoming semester.
Waiting to hear back on an admission decision can seem like a stressful time, but it doesn’t have to be.
Transferring to a new university may seem daunting, but the Southeast Office of Admissions is here to make your transition to Southeast as easy as possible.
Are you ready to apply to college? You're going to want to check out these tips from an Admission Counselor!
It's easy to get distracted when you sit down to study. We have a few helpful tips that might make it easier to focus.
Can't find your homework assignment? Learn how to keep your digital files organized for easy access.
If you’re already worried about surviving college coursework your first semester, you might be thinking there’s no way you want to increase the pressure by adding honors classes.
Needing some advice before sending your student off to SEMO? We have tips from Redhawk parents!
Picking out classes for the next semester requires a lot of planning. It is pretty easy to get stressed out or overwhelmed thinking about all of the coursework that you will have in your upcoming classes.
Midterms are over, and it’s likely the second half of the semester is filled with assignments, exams, and more. Powering through the last half of the semester is critical to finishing on a strong note. In case you need caffeine for your 8 a.m. class or an afternoon of tackling your to-do list, we’ve provided some ideal spots.
There are lots of parts about going to college that might seem overwhelming or scary but filling out your applications might be one of the biggest. It’s where things get started and begin feeling very real.
One of the most respected and fulfilling career paths is nursing and Southeast has a large department of nursing. It is one of our largest and most competitive departments at the University.
WHETHER YOU’RE GRADUATING FROM SEMO SOON OR STILL HAVE A FEW YEARS LEFT, HERE ARE A FEW THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BEFORE YOU GO.
If you’re preparing for college, then you might be considering taking AP classes. While this can seem intimidating, there are many benefits to taking these courses.
Have you ever considered studying abroad? Maybe when you were a child, you dreamed of seeing the Eiffel Tower in Paris or trying new foods in China?