Southeastern News

Mike Davis completes fellowship with Council on Student Affairs Leadership Academy

Mike DavisDURANT, Okla. – Mike Davis, Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Director of Compliance & Safety, has recently completed a year-long fellowship with the Oklahoma Board of Regents Council on Student Affairs (COSA) Leadership Academy.

The COSA Leadership Academy is designed to facilitate professional growth and enrichment for student affairs specialists at Oklahoma’s colleges and universities.  As a COSA Leadership Academy Fellow, Davis participated in a series of issue-oriented forums led by experienced Higher Education professionals from across the state on topics such as accreditation, legal issues, enrollment management, and diversity.

The Fellowship is exclusive to professionals who have been nominated by the senior student affairs officer of their home institution.

Sharon Robinson, retired Southeastern Vice President for Student Affairs,  nominated Davis last spring.

Davis, who began his career with Southeastern in the Student Affairs division in 2010, has previously been a Hall Director in the Department of Housing and Residence Life. He has also served as Coordinator of Disability Services.

Davis holds a Law Degree from the University of Oklahoma. He earned his undergraduate degree from Southeastern.

SE Live/Native American Visitation Day scheduled for Nov. 11

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University will host SE Live/Native American Visitation Day for future students, their families and friends on Wednesday, November 11.

Registration is at 8 a.m. in the Glen D. Johnson Student Union, with the program to begin in Montgomery Auditorium.

Visitors will be able to explore the campus and Residence Life, experience Southeastern traditions and attend a Southeastern class.

Also available will be visits with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, and academic departments.

The SE Live experience includes one free lunch ticket and a SE Sackpack. For more information, visit http://www.se.edu/future-students/visit/selive/

SE Live/Native American Visitation Day set for Nov. 12

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled “SE Live Open House and Native American Visitation Day’’ for Wednesday, November 12, on the Durant campus.

High school seniors and juniors, along with their parents and families, are invited to experience life as a student at Southeastern during SE Live Open House. The event begins at 9 a.m. and concludes at 3 p.m.

More than 250 students attended the event last fall.

Highlights include programs on Scholarships and Financial Aid, Southeastern Traditions, Residence Life, and Life as a Student Athlete. Campus tours will be offered

throughout the day.

Native American Visitation Day allows students the opportunity to learn about Native American benefits, attend a class on Native American studies, and play a traditional game of stickball.

In the afternoon, students will have the opportunity to visit Eaker Field, home of the award-winning Southeastern Aviation Program.

In addition, choir and band students will have a chance to rehearse with those programs and audition for music scholarships in the fall.

Entertainment throughout the day will be provided by performing groups from Southeastern, including the Sparks Dance Team, Cheer Squad, and the True Blue Ambassadors.

All students attending the event will receive an SE Sackpack and one free lunch ticket. Lunch is sponsored by Durant’s First United Bank.

To register, go online to www.SE.edu/SELive or contact the Admissions and Recruitment Office at 580-745-2060.

 

 

Transfer Enrollment Day set for April 1

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s SE Live Transfer Enrollment Day is scheduled for Tuesday, April 1, on the Durant campus.

Prospective students transferring to Southeastern this fall should reserve their spot now for a “one-stop” admissions and enrollment day.

Students currently enrolled in a higher education program and those with an

Associate’s degree are invited to campus for the day of activities.

Prospective students, their parents and families, are invited to experience life at Southeastern during Transfer Enrollment Day.

Students will prepare for the fall semester with “on-the-spot” admissions, advising and enrollment sessions, campus tours and a free lunch. Students will have the opportunity to visit with staff members from the Office of Admissions and Recruitment, Financial Aid, and Student and Residence Life.

The Academic Department/Student Organization Fair is scheduled from 11:30-3 p.m. on the front lawn, weather permitting.

Those wanting to be admitted on April 1 should bring official transcripts for all high schools and all colleges attended, current semester class enrollment and the $20 application fee, $55 for international students.

Transfer Enrollment Day features a “Come and Go” format. Check-in will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the first floor of the Glen D. Johnson Student Union.

For more information or to reserve your spot at SE Live Transfer Enrollment Day, visit the Southeastern website, www.se.edu/SELive or call the Office of University Recruitment at 580-745-2060.

SE Live/Native American Visitation Day scheduled for February 5

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled the SE Live Open House and Native American Visitation Day for Wednesday, February 5, on the Durant campus.

Registration begins at 8:15 a.m., with the Welcome Session beginning at 9 a.m. in Montgomery Auditorium.

Native American Visitation Day allows students the opportunity to learn about Native American benefits, attend a class on Native American studies, and play a traditional game of stickball.

High school seniors and juniors, along with their parents and families, are

invited to experience life as a student at Southeastern during SE Live Open House.

More than 250 students attended the event this past fall.

“Students who come to SE Live will get the chance to attend college classes, meet current students, and really experience what life is like as a Southeastern student,” said Southeastern recruiter Hope Zachary.

Highlights include programs on Scholarships and Financial Aid, Southeastern Traditions, Residence Life, and Life as a Student Athlete. Campus tours will be offered throughout the day.

In the afternoon, students will have the opportunity to visit Eaker Field, home of the award-winning Southeastern Aviation Program.

Choir and band students will have a chance to rehearse with those programs and audition for music scholarships in the fall.

Entertainment throughout the day will be provided by performing groups from Southeastern, including the Sparks Dance Team, Cheer Squad, Emalea Hudgens, and the True Blue Ambassadors.

All students attending the event will receive an SE Sackpack and one free lunch ticket. Lunch is sponsored by Durant’s First United Bank.

To view an event schedule, get directions and register, go online to www.SE.edu/SELive or contact the Admissions and Recruitment Office at 580-745-2060.

SE Live scheduled for February 6

DURANT, Okla. –  Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled SE Live Open House for Wednesday, Feb. 6, on the Durant campus.

High school seniors and juniors, along with their parents and families, are invited to experience life as a student at Southeastern during SE Live Open House.

More than 500 students attended last year’s event.

“Students who come to SE Live will get the chance to attend college classes, meet current students and really experience what life is like as a Southeastern student,” said Southeastern recruiter Amity Smith.

Highlights include programs on Scholarships and Financial Aid, Southeastern Traditions, Residence Life, and Life as a Student Athlete. Campus tours will be offered throughout the day.

In the afternoon, students will have the opportunity to visit Eaker Field, home of the award-winning Southeastern Aviation Program.

Choir and band students will have a chance to rehearse with those programs and audition for music scholarships in the fall.

Entertainment throughout the day will be provided by performing groups from Southeastern, including the Sparks Dance Team, Chorvettes Stageworks Company, Cheer Squad, and the band.

All students attending the event will receive an SE Sackpack and one free lunch ticket. Lunch is sponsored by Durant’s First United Bank.

Registration and check in start at 8:15 a.m. in Morrison Hall lobby.  To view an event schedule, get directions and register, go online to www.SE.edu/SELive or contact the Admissions and Recruitment Office at 580-745-2060.

SE Live, Native American Visitation Day set for November 7

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled the SE Live Open House and Native American Visitation Day for Wednesday, Nov. 7, on the Durant campus.

Native American Visitation Day allows students the opportunity to learn about Native American benefits, attend a class on Native American studies, and play a traditional game of stickball.

High school seniors and juniors, along with their parents and families, are invited to experience life as a student at Southeastern during SE Live Open House.

More than 500 students attended last year’s event.

“Students who come to SE Live will get the chance to attend college classes, meet current students and really experience what life is like as a Southeastern student,” said Southeastern recruiter Amity Smith.

Highlights include programs on Scholarships and Financial Aid, Southeastern Traditions, Residence Life, and Life as a Student Athlete. Campus tours will be offered throughout the day.

In the afternoon, students will have the opportunity to visit Eaker Field, home of the award-winning Southeastern Aviation Program.

Choir and band students will have a chance to rehearse with those programs and audition for music scholarships in the fall.

Entertainment throughout the day will be provided by performing groups from Southeastern, including the Sparks Dance Team, Chorvettes Stageworks Company, Cheer Squad, Cat 5, and the band.

All students attending the event will receive an SE Sackpack and one free lunch ticket. Lunch is sponsored by Durant’s First United Bank.

To view an event schedule, get directions and register, go online to www.SE.edu/SELive or contact the Admissions and Recruitment Office at 580-745-2060.

Transfer Enrollment Day scheduled for Oct. 7

Transfer Enrollment Day scheduled for Oct. 7

Press Release Date: 9-19-2011

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled SE Live! Transfer Enrollment Day for Friday, Oct. 7.

Prospective students transferring to Southeastern for the spring semester should reserve their spot now for a “one-stop” admissions and enrollment day.

Students currently enrolled in a higher education program and those with an Associate’s degree are invited to the Durant campus for a day of activities.

Recruitment Coordinator Elizabeth Stidham said, “Southeastern wants students transferring into our University to quickly feel a part of the Southeastern community. Transfer Day is an opportunity to learn about Southeastern traditions and enjoy campus while gearing up for the spring semester.”

Prospective students will prepare for the spring semester with “on-the-spot” admissions, advising and enrollment sessions, campus tours and a free lunch. Students will have the opportunity to attend a Southeastern class as well as workshops on Student and Residence Life.

Check-in is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Office of Admissions on the first floor of the Administration building. Advising/Enrollment sessions with academic departments will be available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with visits to financial aid, admissions and residence life if needed.

Optional programs include a Campus Connect Tutorial at 10 a.m. in the Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library and lunch in café of the Glen D. Johnson Student Union from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Making the Connection: Student and Residence Life at Southeastern is set for 1 p.m. in Room 303 in the student union.

Residence Hall sign-up is scheduled for 1 -4 p.m. in the Residence Life office on the third floor of the student union.

A second Campus Connect Tutorial will be held in the library at 3 p.m.

Campus and Residence Hall tours will leave from the Admissions Office in the Administration building at 9, 10 and 11 a.m. and noon, 1, 2, and 3 p.m.

Students may attend classes at 9, 10 and 11 a.m. and at 1 p.m.

Students wishing to be admitted during Transfer Day should bring their official high school transcript, transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, current semester class enrollment and application fees of $20 for U.S. students or $55 for international students.

For more information and to reserve a spot at SE Live! Transfer Day, visit www.SE.edu/SELive

SE Live draws impressive crowd

SE Live draws impressive crowd

Press Release Date: 3-9-2011

SE Live

DURANT, Okla. – High school juniors and seniors interested in learning more about attending Southeastern Oklahoma State University participated in the SE Live Open House Wednesday. Some of the highlights of the day included programs on Scholarships & Financial Aid, Southeastern Traditions, Residence Life, and Life as a Student-Athlete. Campus tours were also offered.

SE Live rescheduled for March 9

SE Live rescheduled for March 9

Press Release Date: 2-17-2011

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University is pleased to announce that SE Live Open House has officially been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 9, on the Southeastern campus in Durant.

“We were extremely disappointed to have to postpone SE Live twice due to the winter weather storms and we are very excited to have the event rescheduled,” said Elizabeth Stidham, Recruitment Coordinator.

High school seniors and juniors, plus their parents and families, are invited to experience life as a student at Southeastern Oklahoma State University during SE Live Open House.

Some of the highlights of the day include programs on Scholarships & Financial Aid, Southeastern Traditions, Residence Life, and Life as a Student-Athlete. Campus tours will be offered throughout the day.

In the afternoon, students will have an opportunity to visit Eaker Field, home of the Southeastern Aviation Program. Choir and Band students will get the chance to rehearse with those programs and audition for Fall music scholarships.

Several Southeastern performing groups, including the Sparks Dance Team, will provide entertainment throughout the day.

All students attending will receive an SE Sackpack and one free lunch ticket. Lunch is sponsored by First United Bank.

Students who have already registered for SE Live do not need to re-register, but do need to RSVP by contacting the Office of University Recruitment. Juniors and seniors not previously registered who are interested in attending still have the opportunity to register. To view an event schedule, get directions and register, go online to www.SE.edu/SELive or contact the Office of University Recruitment at 580-745-2060 or by email at recruitment@se.edu.