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Beginning Freshman Admission To apply for admission

1. Take the ACT or SAT. In addition to their use in admission decisions, subscores are used for course placement in English and math. 2. Submit the admission application and include the one-time, non-refundable $25 fee. 3. Request that your high school counselor or principal submit a transcript showing your class rank, cumulative GPA and ACT/SAT scores. 4. Submit a final transcript showing high school graduation and successful completion of all course work.

A  first-time freshman applicant is evaluated on ACT/SAT score, high school cumulative GPA, class rank and high school core curriculum courses. Admission options: u Option 1 – (regular admission) Composite ACT of 21 or SAT combined score (Critical Reading and Math) of 990 or higher, cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher and 17 units of core curriculum u Option 2 – (regular admission) Composite ACT of 18 or SAT combined score (Critical Reading and Math) of 860 or higher, cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and 17 units of core curriculum High school curriculum requirements To be admitted to Southeast, you must complete a minimum of 17 high school units (year-long classes) in the following areas: 4 English – 4 units (two emphasizing composition or writing skills; one may be speech or debate) 4 Mathematics – 3 units (Algebra I, Algebra II/Intermediate Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry or Calculus) 4 Social Studies – 3 units (one unit of American history and one semester of government required) 4 Science – 3 units (not including general science; selected from biology, chemistry, physics, botany, zoology or anatomy & physiology; one must be a laboratory course) 4 Visual/Performing Arts – 1 unit (art, dance, music or theatre) 4 Additional – 3 units (foreign language and/or a combination of two or more from the above areas) Converting a high school GPA to a 4.0 scale If your school does not grade on a 4.0 scale, convert your GPA to a 4.0 equivalent by multiplying your GPA by four and dividing that number by the scale your school uses. For example, if you have a 4.38 GPA on a 5.0 scale, your converted GPA equivalent is 3.5 [(4.38x4)/5=3.50].

Information for students who have earned dual credit Students who have earned dual credit/early college credit in high school should apply as beginning freshman. If the dual credit/early college credit was earned at Southeast, you have already paid the application fee, but you do need to apply for beginning freshman admission and meet the published deadlines to be considered for admission and scholarships.

Information for Home-Schooled Students

Home schooled students should submit the home-schooling transcript with each course listed by academic year and graded. The home-school educator should sign the official transcript. When course titles do not clearly reflect subject content, please include a description. Include an estimated completion/graduation date. If your home-school is using a transcript service, have the service send an official transcript.

Non-traditional Student Admission

Applicants who are non-traditional for the purpose of admission are 21 years of age or older, married, supporting a dependent child or a veteran with qualified armed forces active duty. Documentation is required. High school transcripts with proof of graduation or completion of GED must be submitted. Alternative testing to the ACT/SAT will be arranged through Testing Services.

Admission appeals Southeast will conditionally admit a limited number of students on a space available basis who do not meet regular admission criteria. Preference is given to Missouri students who reside

within a 50-mile radius of the Cape Girardeau campus. Conditional admission requires a minimum 2.0 cumulative high school GPA, a minimum ACT composite of 18 (SAT combined score of 860) and completion of core curriculum. To be considered for conditional admission, submit a letter of appeal with the admission application. The letter should be addressed to the Admissions Committee and address your readiness to perform academically at the college level. Conditionally admitted students are required to participate in the Academic Enhancement Program (AEP). If you are offered conditional admission, you will receive AEP information and a contract by mail. When the contract is signed and returned to the University, you will receive a letter of admission and orientation, course registration and housing information. The early admission consideration deadline is December 15. Preference will be given to students who apply by this date. The Academic Enhancement Program (AEP) is a conditional admission program that provides additional academic support. Students admitted through this program may enroll as degree-seeking, full-time students but will be limited to 12 credit hours in the first semester. This program connects first-year students to the University’s academic support services offered by Learning Assistance Programs. Students in the program work with an academic coach to identify academic challenges and develop a plan for academic success.

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Transfer Admission 4 If you have 24 or more transferable hours at the time of transfer: 1. Submit the admission application and include the one-time, non-refundable $25 fee. 2. Submit official transcripts from each college attended.

Send documents to: Office of Admissions Southeast Missouri State University One University Plaza Cape Girardeau, MO 63701-4799 Please allow 7-10 days for application processing and transcript evaluation.

Application deadlines: December 15 is the early admission consideration and scholarship guarantee deadline. November 1 is the recommended application date for students wishing to meet the 1st priority housing deadline of December 15. February 15 is the recommended FAFSA completion date for students who wish to meet the March 1 financial aid priority processing deadline. March 1 is the final deadline for merit, student involvement and endowed scholarships. July 1 is the fall 2010 application deadline.

Admission to the University does not indicate automatic admission to programs with additional admission criteria and/or specific prerequisites.

4 If you have fewer than 24 transferable hours at the time of transfer, see high school requirements, submit the above items and also submit: 1. Final high school transcript 2. ACT/SAT score(s)

Transfer admission requirements You are eligible for admission as a transfer student if you are in good

academic standing at your last accredited college/university, have a 2.0 cumulative transfer GPA and 24 or more transferable hours. If you are not in good academic standing at your last accredited college/university you may be considered for probationary admission to Southeast one year after your last semester of full-time enrollment.

For transfer assistance A transfer admissions counselor is available to provide one-on-one advising and guidance throughout the transfer process. If you have any questions or need more information, please call 573-651-2957 or e-mail admissions@semo.edu. Transferring from one institution to another involves preparation. At Southeast we will assist you every step of the way. If you begin your education at a community college and plan to transfer later, we can help select course work for your major at your current school.

When to apply Apply for transfer admission at the beginning of your last semester at the current college. You do not need to wait until your current semester is completed. Apply early to take advantage of Southeast’s priority enrollment system. If you plan to transfer in the fall and live on campus, apply for admission by November 1 to meet the priority housing deadline (December 15).

The Southeast transfer Web site offers 4 Transfer course equivalencies 4 Advising and enrollment procedures 4 Scholarships and financial aid procedures 4 Housing information 4 Contact information www.semo.edu/admissions/transfer.htm phone 573-651-2590 • fax 573-651-5936 • e-mail admissions@semo.edu

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Honors Program As a member of the Honors Program you will engage with fellow students who, like yourself, are driven by an ambitious desire to succeed. By participating in this exciting and enjoyable intellectual atmosphere, you will greatly enrich your college experience. The Honors Program offers educational opportunities tailored to the special needs, aspirations and motivations of students with outstanding intellectual and creative abilities, underscoring Southeast’s commitment to leadership. Honors credit may be earned by taking specially designed honors sections or courses in the University curriculum, or contracting for honors sections taught by members of the honors faculty.

HONORS COMMUNITY Residential themed housing for honors students is available in Vandiver Hall. This suite-style housing places you at the center of the honors community, giving you contact and support from other honors students along with the diversity of living in a large residence hall. Students in the honors community have a unique opportunity for interaction with honors faculty during special meals, informal discussions, orientation sessions, academic advising and field trips. Call (573) 651-2513 for more information.

For admission criteria and more information about the Honors Program, visit www.semo.edu/honors.

Important Scholarship Information 1. Merit scholarships are awarded to regularly admitted beginning freshmen at the time of admission to the University (no separate application required). 2. Cumulative GPA requirements are based on a 4.0 grade scale. 3. Scholarship recipients must be enrolled full-time (minimum 12 hours per semester). 4. Scholarships are available to graduates from accredited secondary schools for the fall semester following graduation. Schools should be accredited by a recognized accreditation agency such as state departments of education or North Central. 5. The December national ACT/SAT test dates are the final  test dates used for Governor’s and Regents’ Scholarship consideration. If  funds allow, February test dates are the final tests used for all other merit scholarships. 6. Incidental fees: The Governor’s and Regents’ Scholarships pay incidental fees for the equivalent of up to 30 Southeast credit hours per  academic year (15 hours per fall and spring semesters). 7. Room and board includes a community style, double occupancy room with a 15-meal plan. 8. Renewal criteria: All merit scholarships (excluding the Regional Achievement Award) are renewable for 3 additional academic years for a maximum of 4 consecutive academic years with a Southeast cumulative 3.5 GPA and a minimum of 30 Southeast credit hours per academic year (may include Southeast summer hours). Transfer credit/GPA is not included when calculating scholarship renewal eligibility. 9. Regional Achievement Award (RAA): Eligible states and counties include: Arkansas - Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Greene, Mississippi and Randolph Illinois-Adams, Alexander, Bond, Calhoun, Christian, Clay, Clinton, Edwards, Effingham, Fayette, Franklin, Gallatin, Greene,Hamilton, Hardin, Jackson, Jefferson, Jersey, Johnson, Logan, Macon, Macoupin, Madison, Marion, Massac, Menard, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Perry, Pike,

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Pope, Pulaski, Randolph, St. Clair, Saline, Sangamon, Scott, Shelby, Union, Wabash,Washington, Wayne, White and Williamson Kentucky- Ballard, Caldwell, Calloway, Carlisle, Christian, Crittenden, Fulton, Graves, Henderson,Hickman, Hopkins, Livingston, Lyon, Marshall, McCracken, Trigg, Union and Webster Tennessee - Carroll, Chester, Crockett, Dyer, Fayette, Gibson, Hardeman, Haywood, Henderson, Henry, Lake, Lauderdale, Madison, McNairy, Obion,Shelby, Tipton and Weakley a. The Regional Achievment Award is renewable for 3 additional academic years for a maximum of 4 consecutive academic years, 128 credit hours (including transfer) or completion of the course work for a bachelor’s degree, whichever occurs first. b. RAA recipients must maintain a minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA in courses taken at Southeast and complete a minimum of 24 credit hours per academic year; may include Southeast summer hours. c. New freshmen receiving the RAA must live in University residence halls for two years and transfer students must live on campus for one year. d. RAA recipients may receive a combination of RAA and the University Scholarship ($1,500, renewable) or RAA and the Foundation Leadership Award ($1,000, renewable), but not a combination of all three awards. e. Community College RAA recipients may receive a combination of RAA and the Community College Scholarship ($1,500, renewable). 10. Students receive the highest award for which they qualify. This is adjusted as new test scores arrive. 11. Transfer scholarship eligibility is based on course work attempted/ completed after high school graduation. 12. Refer to the official award notification letter for complete award and renewal criteria.

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All applicants for admission are automatically considered for these merit scholarships. Eligibility is based upon a combination of ACT or SAT AND GPA or class rank.

Scholarship/Award

ACT

SAT (CR+M)

Governor’s Scholarship Value: Incidental fees, general fees, room & board, textbook rental

31 + 31 + 27 + 27 + 25 + 28 + 28 + 26 + 26 + 27 + 24 + 24 + 23 + 23 + 27 + 24 + 24 + 21 +

1360 + 1360 + 1210 + 1210 + 1140 + 1240 + 1240 + 1170 + 1170 + 1210+ 1100 + 1100 + 1060 + 1060 + 1210 + 1100 + 1100 + 990 +

Regents’ Scholarship Value: Incidental fees

President’s PLUS Scholarship (Missouri only) Value: $2,500 applied toward incidental fees President’s Scholarship (Missouri only) Value: $2,000 applied toward incidental fees

University Scholarship (out-of-state only) Value: $2,500 applied toward incidental fees($1,500 when combined with the Regional Achievement Award) Regional Achievement Award (RAA) Value: Approximate annual value is $4,080.60 Available to Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee students in designated counties (see page 4). RAA recipients pay the in-state incidental fee rate plus 10 percent. In-State Criteria

GPA/ Class Rank and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and

Upper 3% Valedictorian 3.5 Upper 10% Valedictorian or Salutatorian 3.5 Upper 10% 3.5 Upper 20 % 3.3 3.5 Upper 20% Upper 10% Valedictorian or Salutatorian 3.3 3.5 Upper 20% 3.0

Alternative and/or Additional Qualifications

Deadline December 15

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National Merit/Achievement Semifinalist

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National Merit/Achievement Commended

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National Merit Commended or Achievement Commended

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Live on campus during the first two years (one year for transfer students)

December 15 guaranteed; awarded through March 1 as funds allow

Out-of-State Criteria

NOTE: Some merit awards may be combined with a Missouri or Foundation Leadership Award. See page 6 for details.

Community College Student Scholarships - 2010-2011 Scholarship/Award

Eligibility

Outstanding Community College Scholarship Value : $3,000 Renewable for a second year with a 3.5 Southeast cumulative GPA and 30 Southeast hours completed during the academic year.

Community college presidents in the Southeast Missouri State University service region may nominate two students. Contact your community college financial aid office to determine your school’s eligibility. This award may not be combined with the Community College or Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships. Nominees must meet the minimum criteria for the Community College Scholarship (see below). Be a member of Phi Theta Kappa and have a cumulative 3.5 GPA and 24 or more transferable hours (may be combined with the Community College Scholarship).

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Value: $500 (maximum of 25 awarded) Renewal: Same as above Community College Scholarship Value: $1,500 (Missouri) $2,500 (out-of-state) Renewal: Same as above Community College Scholarship Value: $2,000 (Missouri) $2,500 (out-of-state) Renewal: Same as above Community College Scholarship Value: $1,500 (Missouri) $2,500 (out-of-state) Renewal: Same as above Regional Achievement Award (RAA) Value: Approximate annual value is $4,080.60 Available to Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee students in designated counties (see page 4) transferring from a community college. RAA recipients pay the in-state incidental fee rate plus 10 percent.

24+ transferable credit hours and 3.5 GPA

24+ transferable credit hours and 3.75 GPA

How to Apply

Deadline

Nominations should be submitted by the community college president’s office

April 1, 2010

Send a copy of your Phi Theta Kappa membership card or certificate or submit a letter of recommendation from the Phi Theta Kappa faculty advisor. Applicants for admission transferring from a community college are automatically considered for these awards. No separate application is required.

June 1, 2010 for fall 2010 November 1, 2010 for spring 2011

Merit and Transfer Student Scholarships

Merit Scholarship Criteria - 2010-2011

Associate degree and 3.25 GPA

Complete an associate degree with a 2.75 cumulative GPA OR complete 24 transferable credit hours with a 3.0 GPA. Live in on-campus housing for one year.

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Student Involvement and Participation Scholarships

Student Involvement Scholarships - 2010-2011 Scholarship/Award

Eligibility

Missouri Leadership Awards Value: $500 to be applied toward residence hall fees or $1,000 when combined with President’s or President’s PLUS Renewal: Maximum of four consecutive academic years with a Southeast 3.25 cumulative GPA and 24 Southeast hours per academic year.

Available to beginning freshmen who have demonstrated strong leadership and academic skills with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA in high school after six or seven semesters.

Missouri Boys/Girls State Citizens Awards Value: $300 one-time award to be applied toward general fees—(may be combined with Regents’, President’s or President’s PLUS)

Students must have attended Missouri Boys State or Girls State, have a 3.0 cumulative GPA after six or seven semesters and be beginning freshmen at Southeast.

How to Apply Deadline

Send Application for Undergraduate Admission and Merit Scholarships and Leadership awards may not be combined with Governor’s or Regents’ Scholarships. Student Involvement Scholarship Application Foundation Leadership Awards (out-of-state only) to Office of Admissions Value: $1,000 to be applied toward residence hall fees or when applying online, Renewal: Maximum of four consecutive academic years with a Southcomplete the optional east 3.25 cumulative GPA and 24 Southeast hours per academic year.  “essay questions” section. Renaissance Scholarships Available to beginning freshmen. Applicants must graduate from an official Value: $1,000 to be applied toward residence hall fees Renaissance high school AND Renewal: Maximum of four consecutive academic years with 1. Supply recommendation from high school Renaissance sponsor a Southeast 3.25 cumulative GPA and 30 Southeast hours per 2. Be a resident of the state of Missouri academic year (may be combined with Missouri Boys/Girls State). 3. Live in University residence halls The Renaissance Scholarship may not be combined with a merit 4. Have a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA or leadership award.

Dec. 15 award guarantee; awarded through March 1 as funds allow

Participation Scholarships - 2010-2011 Scholarship/Award

Eligibility

School of Visual and Performing Arts Available to beginning freshmen with a 21 ACT and 3.0 cumulative GPA after six Value: Varies up to $1,500; maximum value when combined semesters and to community college transfer students with 24 transferable hours with a President’s PLUS, President’s or University Scholarship. and 3.0 cumulative GPA. Additional criteria include: Renewal: Requires 3.0 cumulative Southeast GPA, completion of 1. Major in art, music, theatre or dance; or in the case of performance areas, 30 Southeast hours per academic year and approval of academic pursue active participation as defined by the department department chairperson 2. Demonstrate artistic promise judged by the awarding department 3. Audition may be required Music Ensemble Scholarships vary in amount

Available to students who show exceptional talent during vocal or instrumental auditions.

Golden Eagles Scholarships vary in amount

Available to beginning freshmen and current University students selected to participate in the Golden Eagles Marching Band (A limited number of scholarships or assistantships are available to marching auxiliaries.) Available to beginning freshmen and transfers who demonstrate exceptional talent in theatre and/or dance. Audition/Interview and separate application required.

Theatre and Dance Scholarships vary in amount Speech and Debate Scholarships vary in amount Spirit Groups Awards start at $200

Available to beginning freshmen and current University students with excellent academic credentials and demonstrated excellence in public speaking and competitive debate. Awarded at the end of each semester. Audition is required.

How to Apply Deadline Contact the department March 1 for application, audition and/ or portfolio requirements. Art (573) 651-2143 Music (573) 651-2335 Theatre and Dance (573) 651-2149 Department of Music (573) 651-2335 Director of Bands (573) 651-2335 Theatre and Dance (573) 651-2149 Communication (573) 651-2241 For Cheerleading call (573) 291-8786 For Sundancers call (573) 450-9289

Tryouts are usually in the spring semester.

Endowed and Sponsored Scholarships - 2010-2011 Southeast offers numerous endowed and sponsored scholarships established by alumni, friends of the University, campus clubs, organizations and departments with a broad range of criteria and emphases. Requirements may include residency in a specified county, a minimum high school GPA, a certain major or financial need as determined by the FAFSA. These are competitive scholarships, which require the submission of a new scholarship application each year prior to the deadline. Scholarships that require financial need require a FAFSA to be processed by March 1.

Endowed and Sponsored Scholarship Application deadline is March 1, unless otherwise noted. Application information is available at www.semo.edu/financing/endowed.htm. ...

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Don’t forget: o School Transcripts o ACT or SAT Score o Application Fee

To be completed by applicant. Please type or print in ink.

1. Social Security Number 2. Name ________________________________________________________________________________________(Former/Maiden Name(s))_________________________________________ Last

First

Middle

3. Legal Residence ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street

City

State

Zip

County

How long have you lived in the state of your legal residence? ______Years ______Month Telephone Home ( ________ ) __________________________ Telephone Mobile ( _____ ) _______________________ Would you like to receive a text message? 0Yes 0No E-mail Address ________________________________________________________________________ This application is being made to Southeast as a 0New Freshman 0Former Southeast Student 0Transfer 0Early College Credit 0Visiting Student Which campus do you primarily plan to attend? 0Cape Girardeau 0Kennett 0Malden 0Sikeston 0Perryville 0Web-Based Student 0Off Campus ________________________________________________ 9. *Gender 0Female 0Male 10.*Are you Hispanic/Latino? 0Yes 0No 11.*If you are not Hispanic/Latino, please indicate your race: 0American Indian or Alaskan Native 0Asian 0Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander  0Black or African American 0White 12.Are you a citizen of the U.S.? 0Yes 0No If no, indicate country of citizenship _________________________________________________________________________________________ 13.Are you a permanent resident? 0Yes 0No Alien Registration Number_____________________________________________ (attach copy of card) 14.Date of Birth (Month, Day, Year) ______ / ______ / ______ Place of Birth (City and State) ______________________________________________________________________________________ 15.*Marital status and dependant information is not used in determining admission. It is useful in providing information to non-traditional students. 0Single (No dependents) 0Single (Dependents) 0Divorced 0Married 0Widowed 16.Are you a veteran? 0Yes 0No Active duty separation date: (Month, Day, Year) ______ / ______ / ______ 17.*Have either of your parent(s) or grandparent(s) earned a four-year bachelors degree? 0Yes 0No 18.Are you the child or grandchild of a Southeast alum? 0Yes 0No List parent(s) and/or grandparent(s) who graduated from Southeast. Note: If mother or grandmother, please list her name (maiden or married) at time of graduation. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Undergraduate Application

Application for Undergraduate Admission and Merit Scholarships Beginning freshmen and transfer applicants for admission to Southeast are automatically considered for academic (merit) scholarships. A separate application for Student Involvement Scholarships is included in this booklet.

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E-mail Address

19.High School Attended _______________________________________________________ City and State Where Located ________________________________________________________ Date Graduated from High School Month ___ Year _____ GED (Year) _____ NOTE: If you have a GED certificate instead of a high school diploma, a copy of the test results must be sent to the University. 20.Term You Desire to Enter 0Spring 0Summer 0Fall Year _______ If summer, do you also plan to enroll for fall? 0Yes 0 No Have you attended Southeast previously? 0Yes 0No If yes, what was your last date of attendance? 0Spring 0Summer 0Fall Year __________ 21.Desired Major or Undecided _____________________________________ Code________ Desired Minor or Undecided _______________________________________ Code ________ See back page of Application Booklet for list of Areas of Study and Codes.

22.Have you participated in any of the following? (check all that apply) 0Gear-Up 0Inroads 0Upward Bound 0Talent Search 0Student Support Services at a previous institution 0College Summit 23.Are you a National Merit/Achievement (check one if applicable) 0Semifinalist? 0Commended? 24.Previous civil or college discipline. Write the applicable code in the block provided. Question must be answered before application can be processed. 1. None 2. Convicted of a misdemeanor (other than a minor traffic violation) 3. Convicted of a felony 4. Suspended, dismissed or expelled from a prior college for disciplinary purposes Note: Codes 2, 3 and 4 must be fully detailed as to date, location, actions, etc. on a separate sheet attached to this application.

25.Person(s) to contact in case of an emergency. List name(s) of both parents when applicable. Name ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Last

First

Middle

Telephone ( _____ ) _________________________________ E-mail Address ___________________________________________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street

City

State

Zip

County

Relationship(s) 0Father 0Mother 0Guardian 0Spouse 0Other ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ (application continues on next page)

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Undergraduate Application

Application for Undergraduate Admission and Merit Scholarships

26.Previous College Attendance List all colleges/universities attended, dates of attendance, degree earned or expected to earn prior to enrolling at Southeast. (Failure to indicate colleges or universities and to provide official transcripts will void your admission.) _______________________________________________ _________________________________________ ___________________ __________________________________ _______________________________________________ _________________________________________ ___________________ __________________________________ _______________________________________________ _________________________________________ ___________________ __________________________________ Name of Institution

Location (City and State)

Dates of Attendance

Degree Earned

New freshmen and transfer students with fewer than 24 hours of college-level credit must complete this section. High School Curriculum – An official high school transcript must be sent to the University. Applications are not considered without it. Current Enrollment – If you are currently enrolled in high school, a second transcript must be sent after you have graduated. High School Units: 1 unit = 1 year in class; .5 unit = 1 semester

4 Units of English

3 Units of Science

u (1 may be in Speech or Debate; 2 must emphasize composition or writing skills) English I, II, III, IV, literature courses, speech, debate, etc. u Not acceptable: yearbook, school publications, acting, theatre, dramatics, business English, mass media or photography Total Work in Progress or Total Completed Course Work Units Additional Units Units

u (1 unit must be a laboratory course) biology, chemistry, physics, botany, zoology, anatomy & physiology u Not acceptable: general science or agriculture science Total Work in Progress or Total Completed Course Work Units Additional Units Units

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3 Units of Social Studies

3 Units of Mathematics u Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry, Calculus, Math Analysis, etc. u Not acceptable: computer math, programming, consumer math, pre-algebra, accounting, basic math, terminal math or computer science Total Work in Progress or Total Completed Course Work Units Additional Units Units  _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____  _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____  _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____

1 Unit of Visual/Performing Arts u Art, music, dance or theatre Completed Course Work

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Total Units

Work in Progress or Additional Units

Total Units

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u (1 unit of American History and at least 1 semester of government required) world history, American history, American government, etc. u Not acceptable: regional history, family living/relations, marriage and family, consumer education, courses listed under “practical arts” or “human environmental science” Total Work in Progress or Total Completed Course Work Units Additional Units Units  _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____  _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____  _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____  _________________________ _____ _________________________ _____

3 Additional Units u Foreign language and/or combinations from two or more of the above areas Total Work in Progress or Completed Course Work Units Additional Units

Total Units

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* Questions regarding race, gender and marital status are optional, but important in determining the effectiveness of efforts related to the provision of equal educational opportunity. The providing of this information is optional and your answers will not be used in determining admission status.

I affirm that all information supplied is complete and accurate. I understand that any misrepresentation or change of facts could be cause for refusal of admission, cancellation of admission or suspension from the University. I authorize all educational institutions I have attended to release official transcripts or other information relevant to this application to Southeast. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT – All students with fewer than 57 semester hours are required to live in University residence halls unless they meet residency release requirements (see page 14).

Legal Signature (in ink)____________________________________________________________________________________ Date ______________________ An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution

Application Fee: $25 (non-refundable) must accompany application. Please do not send cash. 0Check or money order 0Check # ______________

0Mastercard 0Visa 0Discover

Account No.___________________-______________________-_____________________-______________________ Expiration Date __________________

Name (as it appears on card)___________________________________________________________ Cardholder Signature ______________________________________________________________

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(2010 High School Graduates Only)

Optional Application: Students wishing to be considered for Student Involvement Scholarships, consisting of the Missouri Leadership, Foundation

Leadership, Renaissance and the American Legion Missouri Boys/Girls State attendees should complete this application. Criteria are listed on page 6 in this booklet. Southeast also offers many need-based scholarships which require you to file the FAFSA [Free Application for Federal Student Aid]. This form is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Southeast’s Federal School Code is 002501. For award guarantee, the application for admission and the Student Involvement Scholarship Application must be received by December 15, 2009. Other qualified applications will be considered on a funds-available basis until March 1, 2010.

Please type or print in ink in the space provided.

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Student Phone Number ( ________ ) _____________________

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Date Graduating from High School ______ Month ______ Year

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City and State Where High School is Located __________________________________________

The following will be used in consideration for scholarships offered by Southeast. Have you attended the American Legion Missouri Boys/Girls State? 0Yes 0No Attach a copy of certificate or letter. Are you a graduate of a Missouri Renaissance High School? 0Yes 0No

A recommendation letter from the Renaissance sponsor is required for this award and should be attached.

Please provide a list of extra-curricular, community or family activities. (including high school organizations, service, the arts, etc.)

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Scholarship Application

Student Involvement Scholarship Application

Additional Honors/Awards not previously listed

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I affirm that all information supplied is complete and accurate. I understand that any misrepresentation or change of facts could be cause for refusal of admission, cancellation of admission or suspension from the University. I authorize all educational institutions I have attended to release official transcripts or other information relevant to this application to Southeast. Legal Signature (in ink)____________________________________________________________ Date ___________________

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Early College Credit/Dual Credit For incoming freshmen, early college credit and dual credit are viable options to get a “head start” toward a Southeast degree. Both early college credit and dual credit classes are accepted at the University. Before making the decision to earn college credit, verify that your credits are both transferable and necessary. First, find out the name of the institution granting the credit, the course name, and the course number of the class you will be taking. Using this information, you can check the transferability of the course to Southeast at www.semo.edu/rl/Registrar/index.asp.

At Southeast, all students are required to take general courses called “University Studies”. These courses are split into categories; Southeast students are required to complete one course from each category to graduate from Southeast.

You can view a list of University Studies courses at Southeast by category at www.semo.edu/ustudies/handbook/requirements.htm. The best classes to take as early college credit or dual credit are 1) transferable to Southeast and International Baccalaureate (IB) 2) fill a University Studies requirement. If you have any questions about the transferability of college credit courses, contact the Office of Admissions at 573-651-2590 or admissions@semo.edu.

Advanced Placement Program (AP) Advanced Placement (AP) examinations are given to high school students. Credit for AP Examinations will be granted for each examination in which a student receives a score of 3 or above. Completion of an AP class in high school does not earn college credit; the examination must be taken and passed to earn college credit. For more information, visit College Board’s Web site at www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/about.html. A complete AP list is available through Testing Services at www.semo.edu/testing/cbe/ap.htm.

For information about additional credit by exam programs including College Level Examination Program (CLEP), International Baccalaureate (IB), DANTES, CPS, and departmental examinations, visit the Testing Services Web site at www.semo.edu/testing/cbe/index.htm.

Testing Services • 573-651-2836 testingservices@semo.edu

Credit is granted for higher-level examination scores of four (4) or higher in all International Baccalaureate subjects. Subsidiary level courses do not receive any credit or advance placement. Please see your guidance counselor to confirm if IB examinations are offered. A list of accepted IB courses is available through Testing Services: www.semo.edu/testing/cbe/ib.htm.

Testing for College Credit

Earning College Credit while in High School…

College Level Examination Program (CLEP) College Level Examination Program (CLEP) examinations can be completed through Southeast’s Testing Services Office or at another certified CLEP exam center. Course credit for CLEP examinations will be granted for each exam which receives a score of 50 or above. For more information about the CLEP program, view the College Board Web site: www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/about.html. Institutional Course Satisfied CLEP Test Title AC221 BL255 BS108 CH180 EC215 EC225 FR100/120 GN100/120 LI220 LI260 LI270 MA134 MA135 MA139 MG301 MK301 PS103 PY101 or 102 PY220 SN100/120 SO102 or 200 US105 US107 WH101 WH103

Credit Hours

Financial Accounting 3 Business Law, Introductory 3 Biology, General 3 Chemistry, General 3 Microeconomics, Principles of 3 Macroeconomics, Principles of 3 French Language, College Level 3–6*** German Language, College Level 3–6*** Analyzing and Interpreting Literature 3 English Literature 3 American Literature 3 Algebra, College 3 Precalculus 5 Calculus with Elementary Functions 3 Management, Principles of 3 Marketing, Principles of 3 American Government 3** Psychology, Introductory 3 Human Growth & Development 3 Spanish Language, College Level 3–6*** Sociology, Introductory 3 History of the United States I: (Early Colonizations to 1877) 3 History of the United States II: (1865 to the Present) 3 Western Civilization I: (Ancient Near East to 1648) 3 Western Civilization II: (1648 to Present) 3

** A departmental exam, Missouri Government (PS220), is also required for CLEP credit. *** Number of credit hours depends on CLEP score phone 573-651-2590 • fax 573-651-5936 • e-mail admissions@semo.edu

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Financial Assistance

For the most consideration for federal, state and institutional aid, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at  www.fafsa.ed.gov  by mid-February to meet the March 1 priority processing deadline. Missouri residents who do not meet the March 1 priority date should try to submit the FAFSA prior to April 1 to be considered for need-based aid from the state of Missouri. Official Financial Aid Award Notifications are sent to the student’s Southeast e-mail address. Southeast’s Federal School Code is 002501. Student Financial Services, Southeast Missouri State University One University Plaza, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701-4799 (573) 651-2253 • e-mail sfs@semo.edu www.semo.edu

Name

Criteria/Eligibility

Grants (Federal, State, Institutional) Federal Pell Grant Value: $609-$5,350 annual, No repayment required Award amount varies Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) First year: $750

4 Financial need 4 Satisfactory academic progress 4 Enrolled as a regular undergraduate student 4 Financial need 4 High school graduation after Jan. 1, 2005 4 At least half-time enrollment 4 Complete rigorous high school program of study

Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant $600 maximum

4 Financial need 4 Undergraduate students enrolled at least half-time

Access Missouri Program (Missouri Residents) Value: Initial eligibility determined by the state of Missouri Awards range from $100-$2,150

4 Full-time enrollment 4 EFC 12,000 or less 4 Maintain satisfactory academic progress and obtain a 2.5 cumulative college GPA 4 Have any corrections made to the FAFSA by July 31

How to Apply/ Forms Needed

Deadline

FAFSA

Priority deadline: FAFSA received and processed by Central Processor by March 1

FAFSA (Additional information may be required by Missouri Department of Higher Education.)

FAFSA received by Central Processor by April 1

Loans Federal Perkins Loan Maximum annual award: $4,000 Repayment begins 9 months after student graduates, leaves Southeast or drops below half-time enrollment Base Amount Additional Federal Stafford Loan – Dependent (Sub+Unsub) Unsubsidized Maximum annual award: $2,000 First-year students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,500 $2,000 Second-year students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,500 $2000 Third- and fourth-year students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,500 Repayment begins 6 months after student graduates, leaves Southeast or drops below half-time enrollment Base Amount Additional Federal Stafford Loan – Independent (Sub+Unsub) Unsubsidized Maximum annual award: $6,000 First-year students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,500 $6000 Second-year students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,500 $5,500 $7000 Third- and fourth-year students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Repayment begins 6 months after student graduates, leaves Southeast or drops below half-time enrollment Federal Plus Loan Maximum award: Southeast “Cost of Attendance” less other financial aid

4 Financial need FAFSA 4 Undergraduate students enrolled at least half-time 4 Enrolled as regular student

Priority deadline: March 1

FAFSA (Loan data sheet must be on file at Southeast by May 15 to be included on the first billing statement; June 15 to be included on the second billing statement.) 4 Undergraduate students enrolled at least half-time FAFSA 4 Financial need not a criterion

4 Parents of “dependent” undergraduate students enrolled at least half-time 4 Financial need not a criterion

Work Study Federal Work-Study Award varies from $1,000 to $3,200 Student paid at least minimum wage for working10-20 hours per week Paid bi-weekly

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4 Financial need 4 Enrolled at least half-time 4 Enrolled as a regular student

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FAFSA

Priority deadline: March 1


Cost and Fee information Southeast operates a textbook rental program. Most students pay less than $220 per year for textbooks, compared to $800 or $1,000 per year at other colleges and universities. That is a savings of $2,500 over four years!

2009-2010 Fees The following schedule demonstrates actual costs for 30 credit hours per year, based on fees in effect during the fall 2009 semester for full-time undergraduate students.

Fees

Per 30 Credit Hour Credit Hours

Incidental Missouri Resident

$184.80

$5,544.00

Incidental Non-Missouri Resident

$339.30 $23.70

$10,179.00

General

$711.00

Textbook Rental (10 course avg. $21.79 per course) Textbook Rental includes taxes at the current tax rate. Tax rates subject to change. Some courses will also charge a nominal fee for lab and material costs.

$217.90

Parking (optional permit—Perimeter Parking)

$105.00

2009-2010 Residence Hall Fees The combined cost of a room and meal agreement for the 2009-2010 academic year is:

Hall Name

Cheney Hall (double occupancy)

15+ Meal Plan

19+ Meal Plan

(with $140 dollars in flex)

(with $116 dollars in flex)

$6,259.00

$6,462.00

Dearmont Hall (double occupancy)

$5,791.00

$5,994.00

Dearmont Plus (double occupancy)

$6,039.00

$6,242.00

Group Housing (double occupancy)

$6,797.00

$7,000.00

Henderson Hall (double occupancy)

$7,360.00

$7,563.00

Myers Hall (double occupancy)

$6,883.00

$7,086.00

New Hall (double occupancy)

$7,841.00

$8,044.00

Towers East & South (double occupancy)

$6,015.00

$6,218.00

Towers North and Towers West u Double Suite

$7,360.00

$7,563.00

u Triple Suite

$7,180.00

$7,383.00

Vandiver Hall (double occupancy)

$7,841.00 $8,044.00 NOTE 1: A $150 housing deposit is required before a Contract for University Housing can be processed. Information about the online Contract for University Housing will be included in your acceptance packet. NOTE 2: Meal plans other than those shown are available. For more information visit www.semo.edu/housing/rates.htm. NOTE 3: Yearly charges for the following terms are in addition to the above room and meal rates. Residence Hall Association fee ($30); 24-hour high-speed Ethernet/LAN access ($50); and cable television fee ($60). Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change.

Use the “Undergraduate Cost and Scholarship Estimator” to calculate your individual cost.

Affordability Southeast is very affordable when compared nationally and within the Midwest. Our commitment is to continue to be Missouri’s most affordable and academically competitive comprehensive regional university. In addition, there are numerous scholarships and need-based grants available to students. The chart below demonstrates that Southeast is a national “best buy”.

SOUTHEAST COST COMPARISON (Comparing 2008-09 tuition and required fees for 30 credit hours and average room and meal plan with the 2009-10 Southeast rates) $0

$5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000

Private Four-Year Universities Nationally

$34,132

Public Four-Year Universities Nationally

$14,333

Midwest Public Four-Year Universities

$14,995

Southeast Missouri State University

$12,410 (Towers East and South included)

National and Regional Data from College Board

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RESIDENCE HALLS

The new residence hall, opened in August of

2009, is a suite-style community with private bathroom facilities and multiple student living rooms/lounges on each floor. The new residence hall has a large game and common area on the lowest level, spacious laundry facilities, and a grab-n-go retail dining area on the main level. The residence hall is focused on integrating students’ academic lives with their living environment. This integration is accomplished through learning and theme communities based around various academic disciplines.

To see pictures, room layouts, floor diagrams, etc., visit the Office of Residence Life online at www.semo.edu/housing.

Myers Hall, renovated in 2001, offers four-person

suites for students planning to remain on campus during break periods or summer. Each four-person suite has its own bathroom and moveable furniture.

Housing options include both traditional community and suite-style housing. Each floor is staffed with a resident assistant to answer questions and connect you with academic resources. Your residence halls have all the furniture you need, but it’s up to you to make it your own! You can add plants, pictures, posters, etc. All rooms offer cable television, a phone line and highspeed Internet access. Students with similar interests or courses may be grouped in residential learning communities such as: First Year Experience • Business • Honors Education • Transfer Student • Visual & Performing Arts • Health, Science and Nursing Interior Design/Construction Management Service Learning • International/Global

Wireless Internet LAN access in rooms Kitchenette Laundry Lofts permitted Meeting rooms Social and study lounge space

N Y Y N N

H N N Y

H N N Y

L Y F F N Y Y

F = Located on floor, H = Located in hall, L = Located in Floor Lounge, Y = Yes, N = No

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New Hall

Full kitchen

N Y Y N N H L Y

Y Y Y N Y H L Y

Vandiver

L Y F H N Y Y

Y Y Y Y Y H L Y F F N Y Y

Henderson

L Y F H N Y Y

Y Y Y Y Y H L Y F F N Y Y

Cheney

N Y Y N Y

group housing is home to 11 Southeast fraternities and sororities. The buildings are unique for each group. You can have the experience of living in a “traditional house” with all the amenities of living on campus.

Y Y Y Y Y H L Y F H N Y Y

N Y Y Y N

Y Y Y Y Y H L Y F H N Y Y

L Y H N N Y

Cheney Hall is located near the center of campus.

Cheney has a distinct personality, combining various interests together into one of the strongest residence hall communities on campus. Cheney is known for its rich, old architecture with an eclectic feel.

Dearmont Hall is a community-style residence

hall built around a unique courtyard. It is conveniently located next to Kent Library and across from Academic Hall. Each floor is home to 34 students with a community restroom and shower facilities.

Vandiver Hall, which opened in the fall of 2002,

offers living space for 293 students in suite-style environments. Each spacious four-person suite has its own bathroom and is furnished with moveable furniture. The hall features many lounges, a game room and a large laundry facility.

Henderson Hall, renovated in the summer of

2008, is home to approximately 80 students. Henderson is a four-story building with 40 student rooms. Each room has its own private, full-sized bathroom. The first floor features a community lounge, laundry room and vending area.

4 Housing process… Upon admission to the

Dearmont

N Y Y N Y

Meyers

Towers West

Elevator

Towers North

Carpet in rooms

Towers East

Cable TV in rooms

Towers South

Air conditioning

2004 and 2005, are 12-story community-style residence halls with single-gender floors. Each floor is home to 36 students with common restroom and shower facilities and lounge. The Towers Complex provides a 24-hour Customer Service Desk, a large computer lab, the Towers Dining Area and a retail dining center.

suite-style residence halls with ample lounge space on each floor. Each floor includes 4 four-person suites and three triple rooms. Each suite and triple room has its own bath. Students on each floor share access to laundry, kitchen and lounge space.

dents as part of the priority sign-up process. All first-year students are matched with roommates through the roommate selection and matching process. 4 Residence hall options… Southeast believes that living in the residence halls contributes to your overall education. The diversity of backgrounds, experiences and co-curricular opportunities encourage students to explore new ideas and learn skills that complement classroom experiences. Research demonstrates that students who live on campus do better academically and rate their college experience as more satisfying.

Accessible to students with disabilities

Towers South and Towers East, renovated in

Towers North and Towers West are 12-story

4 Private rooms are available to returning stu-

Residence Halls at a Glance

Group Housing Consisting of five buildings,

University, you may complete the Contract for University Housing online via the MySoutheast admitted student portal. A $150 housing deposit is required at the time of submission. If you would prefer, contact the Office of Residence Life to request a paper contract. The university will use your preference information to make room and roommate assignments in July.

4 New student priority housing deadline is December 15… Housing and roommate

assignments are made based upon the hall and roommate preference information provided by individual students. Every effort is made to honor each student’s housing preference. Students desiring to live in a suite-style residence hall should submit their contract no later than December 15 for first consideration in residence hall assignment. Each student’s hall preference is considered, although not guaranteed, when making room assignments in June; however, those students with housing contracts postmarked by December 15 will be given priority consideration in the hall assignment process.

Southeast Missouri State University

located a few blocks from campus. A limited number of apartments are available for married students, students with dependents and non-traditional students.

4 Residency requirement… At Southeast the

residential experience is a valuable and integral component of a student’s educational experience. For this reason, Southeast requires that all full-time students live on campus for two years (four semesters) unless they meet at least one of the following criteria: u Living with parents or legal guardian and commuting from their residence within a reasonable distance (50 miles) of Cape Girardeau u At least 21 years of age by the beginning of the semester for which they are enrolled u Military veteran u Completed a minimum of 57 credit hours that are accepted by the University toward earning a degree from Southeast (Credit hours must be earned as of the beginning of the year for which the release is requested.) u Married and/or have dependent children in residence u Lived in University housing at Southeast for two years (4 semesters), not including summer semesters

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Campus Visits and Tours You and your parents or friends are encouraged to visit on weekdays so that you may speak with an admissions counselor and a faculty member in your area of interest. We recommend calling at least one week in advance. The University also offers several open house programs called

SHOW ME DAYS. Show Me Day Dates: October 3, 2009 November 14, 2009 February 13, 2010 March 27, 2010 Show Me Days offer the opportunity to learn more about our academic programs and meet with faculty. You will be able to speak with other students and discover more about campus life and student activities. To schedule a visit, contact the Office of Admissions at 573-651-5945, admissions@semo.edu or click on the “Visit� tab on our Web site, www. semo.edu.

Please Call One Week in Advance to Schedule a Visit. Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Institution

Cape Girardeau To: St. Louis, MO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 miles Evansville, IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 miles Memphis, TN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 miles Springfield, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 miles Columbia, MO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 miles Louisville, KY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 266 miles Springfield, MO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 310 miles Paducah, KY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 miles Kansas City, MO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 358 miles Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371 miles Cincinnati, OH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 378 miles


HARRISON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Accounting Administrative Assistant*** Administrative Systems Management Business Administration* Economics Business Financial Entrepreneurship* Finance International Business Management Entrepreneurship Human Resource Management Management Management Information Systems Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications Marketing Management Retail Management* Sales Management*

ACCT ADGC ASMG

MKMM RMGR SMGR

Organizational Administration

ORGA

BUAR ECON ECBE ECFN ETPR FINC INTB MGGM MGEN MGHM MGMG MISY

MKIM

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Art Cross Categorical English as Second Language-TESOL French German Language & Literature Mathematics Music Physical Education Science Social Studies Spanish Exceptional Child (Cross Categorical) Middle School Education Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Secondary Education Art Education Biology Education Business & Marketing Education Chemistry Education English Education Family & Consumer Sciences French Education German Education Industrial Education Mathematics Education Music Education Instrumental Vocal Physical Education Physics Education Social Studies Education Spanish Education Speech & Theatre Education

ELED ELED ARTS CCTS TSLC FLFS FLGS LLTS MTHS MUSS PEDR SCIN SOSR FLSS EXCC MSED LAMC MAMC SCMC SSMC

ARED BIED BMED CHED ENED FCED FRED GNED INED MAED MINT MVCL PEED PHED SSED SNED STED

Unified Science Education Biology Education Chemistry Education Physics Education

BUSE CUSE PUSE

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Aerospace Studies* Athletic Training Child Care and Guidance** Head Start** Communication Disorders Criminal Justice Corrections Law Enforcement Security Management Social Rehabilitation & Treatment* Sociology* Criminology* Health Management Exercise Science Health Promotion Human Environmental Studies Child Development Child Life Services* Child Studies* Dietetics Family Economics & Management* Family Studies Fashion Merchandising Gerontology* Hospitality Management Interior Design Nutrition* Nursing (BSN) Nursing (RN to BSN) Physical Education Coaching* Pre-Physical Therapy Recreation Outdoor Adventure Leadership* Social Work Sport Management

AROR HMAT CCGA CCGH CMDO

CJCO CJLE CJSM SRTR SOCR CRMR HMEX HMHP HESC CLSR/CLVR CHLR HESD FEMR HEFS HESM GERR HSPM HEID NUTR NRSN NSRN PEED CCHR PRPT REC ODAR SOWK SPMG

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Anthropology Archaeology* Communication Studies Communication for Legal Professionals* Corporate Communication English Literature Small Press Publishing* TESOL* Writing Foreign Languages French German Spanish Geography* Global Studies Chinese Francophone Germanic Hispanic Japanese Historic Preservation History

ANTH ARCR CMST CLPR

International Studies*

INSR

CRPC ELIT SMPR TSLR ENWT

FRBA GNBA SNBA GEOG GSCN GSFR GSGN GSSN GSJP HSPV HIST

Mass Communication Advertising Journalism Public Relations Radio Television and Film Philosophy Political Science Public Administration* Pre-Law Psychology Applied* Developmental* Psychological Services* Religion* Women's Studies*

MCAD MCJO MCPB MCRD MCTV PHIL POLS/PSBA PBAD PRLW PYCH APYR DPYR PYSR RLGR WMSR

SCHOOL OF POLYTECHNIC STUDIES Agribusiness Agriculture Industry Animal Science Horticulture Plant & Soil Science Architectural Design* Commercial Photography* Companion Animals* Computer Networking* Computer Technology** Automated Manufacturing Microcomputer Systems Technical Computer Graphics Design Drafting*** Electronics*** Electronic Technology* Engineering Technology Electrical and Control Mechanical and Manufacturing Systems Graphics Technology*** Graphic Communications Technology* Industrial Technology Computer & Multimedia Graphics Construction Mgmt. & Design Facilities Management Industrial Management Technology Management Telecom/Computer Networking Pre-Architecture Pre-Veterinary Medicine Pre-Vocational Agriculture Education Soils*

AGAI AGAN AGHO AGPS ARDR COPR COAR CNWR CTAM CTMS CTTG DSDC ELEC ELTR ETEL ETMM GRTC GRCT ITCM ITCO ITFM ITIM ITTM ITTN PRAR PRVT PRAG SOLR

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Biology Biomedical Science General Biology Marine Biology Microbiology/Cellular/Molecular/ Biotechnology Organismal/Ecological/Evolutionary Wildlife Conservation Botany* Microbiology* Zoology*

BBMS BIOL BMB BMCM BOEE BWC BOTN MCBR ZOOR

Chemistry ACS Certification Biochemistry Business DNA Analysis Forensic Chemistry General Computer Information Systems Computer Science Engineering Physics Computer Applications Electrical Applications Mechanical Applications Environmental Science Biology Business Chemistry Environmental Health Geoprocessing & Soils Policy & Communication Environmental Studies* Geoscience* Mathematics Applied Math & Statistics Pure Math Medical Technology Physics Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dentistry Pre-Engineering Pre-Medicine Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy

CHAP CHBC CHBU CHDN CHFC CHEM/CHBA CIS CPSC EPCP EPEA EPMA EVBI EVBU EVCH EVEH EVGS EVIS EVMR GEOR MAAP MATH MCTC PHYS PRCH PRDN PREG PRMD PROP PRPH

SCHOOL OF VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Art (B.A.) Art (BFA) Graphic Design/Illustration Two-Dimensional Three-Dimensional Three-Dimensional Computer/ Imaging Animation Art/Art History* Music Composition Instrumental Performance Vocal Performance Performing Arts (BFA) Acting/Directing Dance Design/Technology Musical Theatre Theatre and Dance (B.A.) Technical Theatre*

ART ARBF BFGD BF2D BF3D BFCA

AAHR MUCO MPIN MPVC PABF PAAD PADA PADT PAMT THEA TTHR

SCHOOL OF UNIVERSITY STUDIES General Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Undecided

GNST NOMD

* minor only ** associate degree *** certificate program

UNDECIDED? With more than 200 areas of study, Southeast offers a broad range of majors and possibilities. We think this is the best way for you to make sure you are doing what you like and making the right choices. We also provide the opportunity for you to change majors if you choose to do so. With so many choices there are advantages to starting out as an undecided major. Begin your course work with classes that interest you and explore career options. If you are undecided about a major, then a comprehensive university is the only logical choice. Try out a variety of options before you make that final decision about your career. All statements in this publication are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. They are not to be regarded as offers to contract. Declaration of major does not constitute admission to the program. Contact the Office of Admissions for updates.

2010-2011 Admission and Scholarship Guide  

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