As a  regional campus of Southeastern University, the degrees offered at the Ohio Network Campus are accredited.

Southeastern University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees.  Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Southeastern University.  Students at the Ohio Network Campus must be admitted by Southeastern University and enrolled in university courses to receive the benefits of regional accreditation.

Click here to visit the Student Information System. Enter your username and password at the upper left-hand corner of the page.  Typically, your username is your school ID number, and your password is the last four digits of your Social Security Number.  If you have specific issues, contact the IT Help Desk at 863.667.5028.

Yes, Southeastern University has been affiliated with the Assemblies of God since our founding. However, we welcome students from many different denominational backgrounds, including Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, Catholic, non-denominational, and many others. In fact, the majority of our students are from backgrounds other than the Assemblies of God. The community at SEU shares a strong commitment to Christ and making Him known, and we celebrate our theological similarities while also appreciating our differences and learning from each other.

Columbus has plenty of great churches for students from any Christian background.  There are large churches, multi-site churches, and also lots of small community churches where students can get plugged in and serve.  We encourage students to attend a local church.

We love this question because there are so many great answers.  Columbus has lots to offer from parks and recreation, to shopping, to community events, and more.  Click here to learn more.


No you still need to fill out the Southeastern University application and apply for the FAFSA. Start your SEU application here:  Under “Select Extension Site” choose SEU Ohio Network Campus.

Click here:  Under “Select Extension Site” choose SEU Ohio Network Campus.

The SEU Ohio Network Campus uses test scores (such as SAT and ACT) and other evaluations in considering whether our programs are a fit for the student.  We encourage all students to apply.  Please visit our application page for the minimum acceptance requirements.

We recommend that students complete their application at least one month prior to the start of classes.  Classes begin in August, mid-October, January, and early March.  For students beginning in fall semester, it is best to complete your application and apply for FASFA (federal student financial aid) by the end of May so that you can complete orientation during the summer.  (It is still possible to apply in summer, and begin classes in the fall.)

There is no application fee at this time.

Southeastern University generally responds within two to three weeks.  If they have not responded to your application submission, check to see if you are missing documents or contact us at 614.426.8979 to check your status.

Though you can send them to SEU in Lakeland, we recommend that you send your high school or college transcripts to us in Ohio. Our address is SEU Ohio 8405 Pulsar Pl. Columbus, OH 43240.

We pride ourselves in being an exceptional college choice for home-schooled students, and part of our commitment to serving home-schooled families comes through the admission process.  Since many home-schoolers do not study under the umbrella of a local school district or a home-schooling agency, Southeastern University permits you to create a transcript of your high school course work.  Transcripts should include all courses taken in Grades 9 through 12, as well as final grades and final cumulative GPA.

Cost is an important consideration when choosing a college, and SEU is proud to be one of the most affordable universities within the national Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.  More than 98% of our students receive financial aid, and our tuition ranks among the least expensive of more than 100 CCCU schools.  For a breakdown of our tuition and fees, click here.  We also encourage you to review information related to the “Price vs. Cost” of attending a Christian school as opposed to a state university or community college.  We firmly believe that the costs of not attending a Christian university outweigh the price associated with attendance.

You can read Southeastern University’s Admissions Policy Manual by clicking here.

It depends. If you have acquired less than 60 college credits, you need to submit a final high school transcript in order to be eligible for federal financial aid.

If you have taken college level English and Math classes, then you do not need to submit scores. If you have not taken (or passed) these classes, you need to submit scores to avoid being placed in a developmental math and English course.

Yes. Transcripts for both college and high school need to be requested from the institution and sent directly to Southeastern University at 1000 Longfellow Blvd, Lakeland FL 33801. All transcripts must be sealed.

You have multiple options to turn these pieces in.

First, you can complete both online at and!

Second, you can scan and email them to

Third, you can mail them to Southeastern University Admissions, 1000 Longfellow Blvd, Lakeland, FL 33801.

Once you are accepted, Academic Advising will complete an audit of your transcripts and you will be able to view it on myFire. You can also request a preliminary degree audit through email.

You can audit courses as a non-degree seeking student. However, you would not earn credit for the courses that you audit and the classes would not count toward any degree program. The cost to audit courses is 50% of the tuition for the courses you choose (for students under the age of 55) and $20 per credit for individuals 55 and older. The application and registration process for someone to audit a course is different than how a degree-seeking student registers for a for-credit course. Therefore, if you decide you want to audit a course, contact us so that we can help you facilitate the process.


Generally, we need your official transcripts to make a determination, however it is free to apply.

No, they will not transfer.  However, OSOM is unique as a school of ministry in that it provides its students with the benefit of up to a semester of college credit (18 credit hours for the SEU Ohio Network Campus) through its partnership with Southeastern University. This is available only to students who have completed an entire level or multiple levels of the OSOM program with transfer credit of up to 18 SEU credit hours or 6 SEU courses (2 SEU courses per OSOM level).

Financial Aid

SEU Ohio Network Campus offers some scholarships and grants to incoming students, in addition to grants and loans available from state and federal governments.

Our code for FAFSA purposes is 001521.
Students must log in to Net Partner to check their status and complete their financial aid award process. You can access the site by clicking here or by visiting the “Financial Aid” button at the top of the page. Then, click on the button labeled “Check Your Status.” If it’s your first time logging in, you’ll need to choose “First Time User” and use your student ID to set up your PIN. Otherwise, use your PIN to sign in and explore your financial aid information.
This form, which is required for all Southeastern students EACH YEAR, is found in Net Partner under the link “Apply Online” once you have logged in. Completing the Student Information Sheet determines your eligibility for many financial aid awards.

Southeastern partners with Tuition Management Systems to offer a payment plan for school expenses in a given year that can be spread over 10 or 12 months, depending on the first date of payment. The plans do not charge interest, only a $70 annual fee to enroll. For more details about payment plans, visit click here or call 800.722.4867.


Housing is not required for the 2017-2018 SEU Ohio Network Campus programs.  However, if a student wants to take evening courses and work in Columbus, there are apartments available within walking distance of our building.

Recommended: Kenyon Square Apartments (view/download informational brochure)

Other options for housing during a cohort, such as the Masters of Organizational Leadership (MOL), include:

Additional housing may come available as the campus develops programs beyond the 2019 school year.