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If I had the opportunity to go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior, I would tell myself to straighten up ...
If I had the opportunity to go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior, I would tell myself to straighten up and to start taking things more serious. If I could, I would go back to myself as a freshman but that's not what this is about. I would also tell myself to focus more on school and grades rather than focusing on girls and friends. I never realized exactly how beneficial it was to maintain a strong GPA and to do well in classes until I was applying to my school now, and realizing how much money in loans I was going to be taking out. Another piece of advise that I would give my senior self would be to get a job and save up money. Being able to pay off any expenses that your financial aid may not cover is very helpful and will keep you from digging yourself into debt with school loans. If I would have had this advise in high school, I would have finished top of my class and had potential for a full ride anywhere.
I wish I would have known how to better prepare myself for college. I never visited any in high school and I had never really even thought of going to college. Things like keeping a high GPA and even taking college courses in high school would have definitely helped me avoid the situation that I am in now. I guess just knowing the importance of good grades and hard work would have been very beneficial before coming here.
A person who is open-minded and gets along with everyone. I recommend this school for anyone really. This school is quite friendly and they know how to make you feel pretty comfortable.
Someone who is a harworker. Someone who wants a school that supports Christian Values in their classes and in the general atm...
Someone who is a harworker. Someone who wants a school that supports Christian Values in their classes and in the general atmosphere of the school, but also someone who is willing to have their beliefs stretched and questions to help them own their faith for their own. Also dsomeone who is interested in developing leadership from a servant leadership perspective. Someone who is interested in Missions and/or studying abroad would also really like Southeastern University.
The expenses associated with tuition is the most frustrating thing to me.
What are you doing!? Get off your lazy bum and do your stinkin' homework! Why didn't you sign up for dual enrollment? THEY SA...
What are you doing!? Get off your lazy bum and do your stinkin' homework! Why didn't you sign up for dual enrollment? THEY SAID IT WAS FREE!! You're gonna get to college and realize how much it costs and find yourself signing up for a ridiculous amount of scholarships! ... Who knows if they're even real! It's time to start taking life seriously. Start taking yourself seriously. Believe in yourself; you're way smarter than you give yourself credit for. If you would just put in the effort you would find all this out. Please find this all out soon...
Rain season, because it's wet!
Well it is a Christian school so someone who is willing to grow in their faith, but still get a good education! Professors, mentors, and other campus staff will push you out of your comfort zone.
I would choose a different degree program and start out in the military first. Instead of only getting my A.A.S in Criminal J...
I would choose a different degree program and start out in the military first. Instead of only getting my A.A.S in Criminal Justice I would finish a few years in the military and do the degree I am in now which is Human Services.
I appreciate the Christ centered philosphy of the school and students. I appreciate that I can complete my whole degree online. As someone that works a night shift and 12 hour work nights it is great that I do not have to be in the classroom for all of the instruction.
This is my first semester with SEU. I do not have anything frustrating to say. I really only have positve comments although I am an online student and have never been on campus.
Southeastern is where people not only care about you spritually but academically as well.
Southeastern is where people not only care about you spritually but academically as well.
Everyone cares about you here. You get to know people right away through Campus events. The reason why I like southeastern is I get to learn more about God and get a Christian education at the same time.
One advice I would give myself is to study and get involved right away. Ask professors for help if you need it. Continue to read the bible. Make new friends right away and talk to them.
I'm a firm believer in having no regrets. Every decision, mistake and choice I've made has gotten me to this point. I love wh...
I'm a firm believer in having no regrets. Every decision, mistake and choice I've made has gotten me to this point. I love where I am and who I am. That being said, I would, however, go back and tell my high school senior self to care more. I was very unhappy in high school. Even though I made good grades and graduated as valedictorian, I didn't care. I put hardly any thought into my graduating speech because of my unhappiness. I would tell myself that things get better after high school. It doesn't last forever, and that goes for both the good and the bad. Find the joy in the hard times.
I'm attending for the communication department, which is amazing. If you enjoy smaller class sizes and are okay with a stricter environment, this is the place for you.
It's a private Christian University with around 3,000 students. If you're looking for something with fewer rules or a larger student body, this probably isn't for you. There's a strict no drinking/smoking policy.
If I had the opportunity to give advice to my high school senior self, I would offer some life-changing advice. First, I wuol...
If I had the opportunity to give advice to my high school senior self, I would offer some life-changing advice. First, I wuold suggest that I enroll in post-secondary classes. This would allow me to save a great amount of money and minimize my worry about finances and becoming overloaded with credit hours at my University. Not only would I be ahead of the four year plan that I was given, but I could fill my free time with other exciting activities. I could get to know people and truly enjoy a mostly stress-free college life. Of course my objection would be a lack of social life in high school, but i now know that those people are in the past and I am finding my family of best friends right now. I would be missing nothing but trouble by taking college courses instead of the normal high school classes. By using my time wisely as a high school studednt, I could completely rearrange my college experience. This lesson is proof that, in order to fully benefit, life down the road should definitely be considered when making choices in the moment.
Those wanting to attend Southeastern should be eager to get involved and learn; not only about academics but about Christ as well. There are some extremely qualified leaders who just need to sought out and learned from. There are strict rules about curfew and dress code so anyone who is against those minor details would be a great match with Southeastern.
Retention levels are low because financial aid is hard to hold on to. Also, since it is an A/G school there are some strict rules that can get frustrating as students become "adults" (curfew, dress code, and no opposite gender in rooms).
I am currently majoring in Theology, so Southeastern provides me with the ability to learn about my faith in an environment t...
I am currently majoring in Theology, so Southeastern provides me with the ability to learn about my faith in an environment that agrees and uplifts my beliefs. Also, it is a school that provides the classes and skills I need in order to work in the ministry.
I wish I had known how much time college took up, but it is all worth it in the end!
Going into college is fun, so don't be nervous! Make sure you are open to trying new things on a whim and don't worry about w...
Going into college is fun, so don't be nervous! Make sure you are open to trying new things on a whim and don't worry about what other people think! Be as friendly as you can, because the people you will meet in college are way better than the people you will meet in high school. Make sure you take advantage of your professors and really pick their brains, you're paying a lot of money to go there! Also, before you graduate, make sure you google different scholarships, because I really regret not doing that. College is one of the best experiences of my life, make the most of it!
We are a Christian School, so a Christian should attend this school. Someone who is friendly, open to making lots of new friends all at once, and likes to have deep conversations about God should attend this school. There are lots of different types of people here: jocks, artsy people, punk rock kids, "geeks", and then there are those of us who don't really fit into any of those stereotypes!
The most frustrating thing about SEU is the drama. Since we are a Christian school, if someone isn't as "holy" as someone else, they can tend to get talked about behind their back. I love Southeastern, but since it is a small school it's easy to build up a reputation for yourself, which can be a good thing if you're a good person, but also a really bad thing.
Dear High School Senior, All of the dreams and ideas of college, leaving your family and friends behind, and ...
Dear High School Senior, All of the dreams and ideas of college, leaving your family and friends behind, and embracing your individuality are about to become a reality. If I were in your shoes again, I would have changed many things. First, I would have considered my GPA. Is my GPA high enough to be recognized on the deans list at my future University? Next, I would consider my SAT and ACT scores. Did I study hard enough to recieve a high score? Are the scores high enough to be recognized by my University? Did I take the test more than once to recieve a higher score? Another to consider, did I involve myself in clubs, organizations and activities to be recognized by my University and Scholarship comittee? Did I search to the best of my ability for Scholarships online and through local organizations to relieve myself from college debt? The last and most important thing: Did I consider all of my options of majors and college choices before making a final decision and ask professionals about careers? Answer "yes" to all of these questions and you will be most successful in college. Good Luck. Thank you, Erika L. Winter
The best thing about Southeastern University is the dynamic student to student, student to teacher relationships. If there is ever a need, everyone is there for each other. Teachers even know and care deeply about the students lives and consider all possibilities of helping them. There is also a sense of family on the campus, as there are roghly 3500 students.
I wish I had known exactly what kind of degree I would need or want. I wish I had known how to find more financial aid. I wish I had known that my test scores and High School GPA detrmined my survival, financially for College.
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