College is challenging enough. The process of going shouldn't be difficult. We’re local. We’re helpful. And we have 10 complete degree programs right in your own backyard
Here’s the bottom line for your bottom line: Southeast is one of the top 2 institutions in Missouri in accreditations, and it’s in the top 5 of the lowest cost universities in the state! That means you can be assured you’re getting a quality education at an affordable price. Plus, we award $20 million in academic scholarships and 1,500 endowed scholarships each year to further help you with the cost of your degree. College can be challenging, we’re working to make paying for it easier.
Seventeen-year-old Jordan “Eli” Arnn wants to become a neonatal surgeon. She knows she has a long road of schooling and studying ahead of her to land her dream job, which is why she’s started now. Arnn is a Cape Central High School junior pursuing her Associate of Arts simultaneously with her high school degree through […]
The new Southeast Missouri State University Autism Center for Diagnosis and Treatment at Southeast’s Sikeston Campus will hold a ribbon cutting and open house from 4:30-6 p.m. March 7 at the regional campus at 2401 N. Main in Sikeston, Missouri. The ribbon cutting ceremony, sponsored by the Sikeston Chamber of Commerce, will be held at […]
For Southeast Missouri State University student Mackenzie Moore, the opportunity to earn her undergraduate degree in her hometown of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, was a chance she couldn’t pass up. “I was extremely excited because I knew that I wanted to stay in Poplar Bluff and start my teaching career here,” she said. Moore is among […]
The regional campuses were established to make a college education and degree attainable to students who, for a myriad of reasons, would otherwise not be able to pursue one. They are students who simply love their hometown and aren’t interested in leaving. Since opening, thousands of students have attended one of Southeast's regional campuses where they can now earn a degree in 10 programs. College should be available to everyone. I'm proud to say Southeast held that value long before the internet made it a reality.