Supporting Students

Supporting Students

Raising the bar in student support leads to a positive impact on student retention


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At Southeast, students now have an even greater support network to help guide them on their path to success. Southeast recently began implementing Southeast SupportNET, a student success platform that incorporates academic support and student self-service capabilities into a single portal. SupportNET helps connect students with the appropriate resources and people when and where they need them. Implementation of this platform will continue throughout the 2018-2019 academic year.


Camp Redhawk is a summer leadership camp designed for new students preparing to enter their first semester at Southeast. It introduces students to campus life and traditions, immerses them in school spirit, and helps them meet other new Redhawks. The goal of the program is to help students become more familiar with campus and the community where they will spend the next four years.


Southeast welcomed an alumnus back to campus to take the reins of Student Financial Services (SFS). Dr. Matthew Kearney is the director of SFS, restructuring the office in his first six months to serve students even better.


Career Services assists students and alumni with major and career exploration, internship strategizing, career planning, and graduate school preparation. The office provides career workshops, events, and career fairs designed to connect students with prospective employers. They also maintain online career resources including


Great academic advising at Southeast contributes to the overall improvement of the educational environment. The acknowledgment of outstanding academic advising encourages greater support of advising activities on campus. The Master Advisor Program provides professional staff advisors with appropriate training, professional development, evaluation, and recognition to improve the quality of academic advising to undergraduate students.


The Centers include targeted services for under- represented populations (first generation, low-income, students with disabilities and U.S. ethnic minority students) and academically at-risk students. Southeast partners with community-based college access programs to help college ready students transition successfully into college and earn their degrees.


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