in Lakeland, Florida, partners with Mission Church to host an instructional site on our church campus. Southeastern University offers excellent college education for an affordable price. With regional accreditation, Southeastern University is well established and proud to offer students opportunities to discover their divine design.

Southeastern University

Southeastern University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees.


Admission counselors from Southeastern University will help incoming students make sure transcripts, financial aid, and all other required forms are right on track, and even help students determine the best degree program for them. Whether students are freshman or transfer students, admission counselors will be dedicated to their needs. So, instead of feeling overwhelmed, students will feel ready and prepared as they begin earning or continue chipping away at their degree. Currently the follow degree programs are available to Mission College students: 


// Associate of Arts, General Education 

//  Associate of Ministerial Leadership

//  Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership

//  More degrees programs may be available to students upon request. 

Students can apply for financial aid through Southeastern University. After completing the admission process for Mission College, students must complete the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Students will then receive a financial award letter from Southeastern University.  Financial aid counselors at Southeastern University are available to help students and parents with any questions.  FAFSAs are filed on

We encourage students to file the FAFSA as soon as they get accepted into SEU (via Mission College). Students will use the School Code of 001521 (Southeastern University, Lakeland, FL 33801).  2017 tax information will be used for 2019/2020 academic school year. 

Federal student aid possibilities include the following: Pell Grant (student eligibility determined through FAFSA: $0-$6095 per year), Practicum Scholarship, Student Loans (students can borrow $5500 per year), Parent PLUS Loan (credit cased and borrowed on behalf of the student). Payment plans are available. For financial aid inquires, contact Branden Hull (, or 863-667-5018 x 2).

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