Are you ready to apply to Southeast? We're excited to have you join our campus community.
Southeast Missouri State University wants you to become future Redhawk and the Office of International Education and Services will be delighted to help in the admissions process.
If you are not a U.S. citizen or you do not yet hold U.S. Permanent Resident status, you should apply as an international student.
The international application for Spring 2022 (Main Campus) academic programs is now closed. Prospective students interested in attending SEMO are strongly encouraged to apply for admission to a future intake as soon as possible. The next available intake for academic programs is Fall (August) 2022. EXCEPTIONS: The following groups may still apply for Spring (January) 2022 admission until 5:00 PM, November 15 (U.S. CDT): Undergraduate transfer applicants currently in the United States. Students applying for Intensive English Program (IEP). IEP applicants can apply no for the January, March, June, August, or October 2022 intake. Students applying for a Southeast Online program
Will you be entering Southeast as an undergraduate freshman student? Follow these steps to apply as a first-year international student.
Undergraduate Transfer International
International applicants who have completed any post-secondary education are considered undergraduate transfer students.
If you have completed an undergraduate degree and wish to pursue a master's degree or certificate, apply as a graduate international student.
IEP OnlyApplicants seeking to improve their English language skills through our IEP program.
IEP Conditional UndergraduateStudents seeking admission to undergraduate programs that meet all admission requirements except English Language Proficiency can seek undergraduate conditional admission
IEP Conditional Graduate
Students seeking admission to graduate programs that meet all admission requirements except tests (English Language Proficiency and applicable graduate exams) can seek graduate conditional admission.
Exchange StudentThis program uses an established relationship or agreement through Southeast that exchanges students with another designated college or university. Costs are equal to Southeast tuition and fees. Duration of these are typically a semester or academic year.
Visiting ScholarSoutheast Missouri State University is a program sponsor participant of the J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program administered by the U.S. Department of State (DoS). This visa category is for candidates approved to participate in work-and-study-based exchange visitor programs.
Policies and Guidelines
Information for future international students.
Cost and Fees
Learn more about the estimated cost to attend SEMO as an international student.
International students are eligible for academic scholarships.