Southeastern’s summer semester tuition is being reduced as part of its new Summer Online effort. A $300 credit will be given to all summer students, both undergraduate and graduate, and will be placed on fee bills. This credit will significantly lower the overall cost of attendance this summer. It also effectively makes the cost for most undergraduate students less than $325 per credit hour.
By extending this tuition reduction to graduate students, Southeastern hopes they will take advantage of the online semester offerings as well.
For those who are not currently students, Southeastern is providing another incentive to try Summer Online. Throughout the month of April, all application fees will be waived for students who apply to Southeastern during the summer or fall semesters.
Along with the financial cost reduction, the online instruction and wide availability of offerings allow students to more rapidly advance their degree progress while addressing COVID-19 concerns over in-person contact, helping students to better focus on their studies while helping ensure their health and safety. Credits can be earned remotely in as little as one month.
By providing the flexibility that online courses offer, more students are able to take courses at Southeastern during the summer semester. When offered in the past, this format has been embraced by both traditional and non-traditional students alike. High school students and students from other universities, who may live too far away to easily commute, are likewise encouraged to take advantage of the program and rapidly advance toward their degree.
This innovative new Summer Online initiative is part of Southeastern’s ongoing commitment to remaining one of the best values among four-year colleges in the region—providing an affordable, high-quality, and supportive education centered around the needs of today’s students.
Priority registration for the summer term is now open, with regular registration beginning April 10 and classes kicking off on June 3.