loan workshops continue: deadline nears
10/12/05, 5:15 p.m.
disaster aid workshops scheduled
10/705, 1:15 p.m.
II registration begins Oct. 3
9/30/05, 4:15 p.m.
return to St. Tam Center Oct. 3
9/28/05, 4:45 p.m.
loan workshops continue
9/28/05, 3:30 p.m.
moved to Nov. 12
Tam bus service -- schedule changes
9/21/05, 1:45 p.m.
host more SBA loan workshops
9/21/05, 9 a.m.
to help businesses apply for aid
9/16/05, 5 p.m.
Parish classes resume Sept. 19
9/15/05, 11 a.m.
9/15/05, 9:30 a.m.
advised to be flexible
9/15/05, 10 a.m.
service for St. Tammany
9/14/05, 10 a.m.
Tam classes at Fontainebleau Jr. High
9/14/05, 10 a.m.
for graduation by Sept. 22
9/9/05, 4:30 p.m.
9/9/05, 4:30 p.m.
info from OGB
9/8/05, 5:10 p.m.
9/7/05, 5:30 p.m.
courses at BR Center
9/6/05, 3 p.m.
Government Association -- "Student Volunteer Central"
Application deadline nearing for Southeastern's
Applications for Southeastern's special eight-week compressed term
will be accepted through Monday, Oct. 17 with classes scheduled to begin
More than 90 courses, most offering
three hours credit, are being offered in the term, which was expanded in
response to needs expressed by Southeastern and area students displaced
by Hurricane Katrina.
The special term is open to current
Southeastern students as well as visiting students and new students, said
Dean of Enrollment Management Steve Soutullo.
While Southeastern has enrolled
in its regular semester more than 1,200 additional students from the Greater
New Orleans area whose education was interrupted by the storm, the university
also lost approximately 700 students who resigned because they could not
return immediately to the campus, according to Soutullo.
“A significant number of those
students have indicated that they can now resume their studies,” he said.
“The compressed term will allow them and other students to obtain some
college credit for the semester.
Information on the special semester
can be obtained by calling Enrollment Services, 985-549-2062 or 1-800-222-7358,
or by visiting the university web site, www.selu.edu,
where a link
to the term’s courses and the application and registration process is available.
Students previously enrolled in
an institution affected by Hurricane Katrina who have not yet applied for
admission to Southeastern must fill out a “Guest Student Application” by
Monday, Oct. 17. Applications are available at the Office of Admissions
in room 113 of the North Campus Main Building.
New students who were not enrolled
in Katrina-affected institutions must also apply for admission by Oct.
17 and must meet Southeastern’s regular admission requirements.
Students may register for classes
at the Office of Records and Registration in room 107 of the North Campus
Guidelines for assisting
displaced students: Sept. 14-16
The following guidelines should be used when assisting displaced students
from Wednesday, September 14 through Friday, September 16:
· Students will apply in
the Office of Admissions (North Campus, Main Building; Room 113).
· The Admission staff will
provide the student with the packet of information and review all information
with the student. The application will be collected in the Admissions Office.
· The student will take
the Course Selection Request Form to the College of General Studies and
faculty and staff will be available to assist the student with course selection.
Students should go to North Campus Main Building, Room 289.
· Students who apply by
3 p.m. each day will be eligible to register the following day. Students
who apply after 3 p.m. will be eligible to register after 10 a.m. on the
· The Office of Records
and Registration will have staff available to assist students with registration
each day from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in North Campus, Main Building; Room 158.
· ID Services will be located
in North Campus Classroom Building, Room 101 through Wednesday, September
14. They may continue through Friday, September 16; however, a determination
has not yet been made. Updated information will be provided as it is received.
· The University Police
Department has not relocated. Students should go to the University Police
Station located in Pride Hall for their hangtag.
· There are SPACES AVAILABLE
in Housing. Students interested in housing should visit the Housing Office
located in Pride Hall.
All current students should
We need to know your status.
here to complete the special check in form.
For housing questions, please visit the housing
section of the FAQs.
(Find family and friends, etc.)
State Police Road Closures
Board of Regents Displaced Faculty and Staff Registry
Board of Regents FAQ