Over the Easter Weekend, the Southeastern University Regional Campus located in Ohio hosted its first College Days experience. Approximately 50 people including potential students, parents, current SEU Ohio students and friends of the University’s regional campus attended.
Dave Pafford noted, “It was an opportunity for incoming and potential students to get to meet current students, staff and faculty of the campus.” Theology & Practical Ministry Professors David Gross, Chuck Hedges, and Dr. Kay Gross shared about their ministry and how students could engage in churches around the state.
Science and Mathematics Professor Luci Howard, M.A., reminded the students of the importance of fundamentals of education and how she was available to develop them particularly in the areas of mathematics.
Travis Sheffler, M.A., M.S, Business Relations and Recruiting Director shared several of the scholarships available to students on the regional campus.
Mary Harmison, Church Relations noted that there was an excitement about the growing campus and opportunities for students to engage in their world through ministry, business and the arts.
SEU Ohio Network campus exists to shape the imagination, skills, and values of future Christian leaders.
The Ohio Ministry Network, a group of churches and organizations throughout the state of Ohio, is partnering with Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida to offer Bachelor of Science degree programs in Ministry and in Business and Professional Leadership. The new campus, located in Columbus at the I-71 and Polaris Parkway interchange, is called the SEU Ohio Network Campus. Although Southeastern University is affiliated with the Assemblies of God denomination, the SEU Ohio Network Campus accepts students from a variety of traditions and backgrounds.
About Southeastern University
Southeastern University is a Christ-centered institution of higher learning. We are committed to providing a Christian college education designed to equip the next generation to go into the world as influential servant leaders in their careers and their communities. Southeastern University has been training servant leaders since our founding in 1935 and was recently named one of the fastest-growing liberal arts universities in the nation by The Chronicle of Higher Education. Southeastern University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees.