October 08 2016

Founded in 1873, Southeast offers 200 areas of study with numerous academic accreditations and is the only university in Missouri to have a separate campus dedicated to art, dance, music and theatre.

With nearly 12,000 students, Southeast is an ideal size to take advantage of critical learning and extracurricular opportunities. We offer small classes with 97 percent of courses having fewer than 50 students and an overall student-faculty ratio of 22 to 1.  Students come from nearly all 50 states and over 50 countries around the world.”

  • Enrollment at Southeast Missouri State University exceeded 10,700 in spring 2013
  • Small classes are a priority at Southeast
  • Opportunity for real-world experience is guaranteed to every Southeast student. More than 90 percent of Southeast students take advantage of real-world experiences through internships, clinical opportunities, student teaching, research assistantships, studying abroad and other learning opportunities outside the classroom
  • Full-time faculty — not teaching assistants — teach vast majority of courses
  • National accreditation require academic programs to meet rigorous standards. Southeast holds an impressive list of elite national and international program accreditations, including accreditations in mass communication, business, engineering physics, music, social work, nursing and chemistry
  • Princeton Review has listed the Donald L. Harrison College of Business among the top business programs in the nation for the past five years
  • One of just 113 institutions nationwide, Southeast has achieved accreditation from the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC) in all five professional mass communication programs:  advertising, journalism, public relations, radio, and television and film
  • Southeast’s River Campus sits on the banks of the Mississippi River and provides a dynamic setting for the home of the Earl and Margie Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts

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