Getting involved in a Greek organization (fraternity or sorority) is an excellent way to get to know other students! Southeastern’s campus is currently home to five national greek organizations – two sororities and three fraternities.
The Student Programming Board is responsible for planning fun and interactive events on campus from Stress Free Zone week to Coffee House performances to Safe Spring Break activities.
With over 50 active student organizations on campus you are sure to find a group that meets your interests. Join an organization that will assist you in your career endeavors, or join one just for fun! And if you can’t find something that meets your interests, we’ll help you start a new organization!
Participating in community service and volunteer activities is an important part of college life. Many students participate in one-time or long-term service activities. Whatever your interest, we can help you find something in which you can be involved!
Students travel from homes internationally to attend Southeastern. The Office of Student Life and Dean of Students Office are here to provide resources and involvement opportunities for our International students.
Get involved in one of our multicultural student organization or attend a cultural exploration event on campus. The Office of Student Life and the Dean of Students Office are here to provide resources and involvement opportunities for you.
Southeastern Cheerleading provides an atmosphere of University spirit and pride at athletic events. Go Storm!
Camp SE is the best way to kick off your Southeastern experience! Attend one of our camps throughout the summer prior to your first fall semester as a student. All new students are required to complete either Camp SE or Camp SE Online.
The online version of our on-campus orientation, Camp SE Online is designed specifically for new incoming nontraditional and transfer students. Register for Camp SE Online to complete the new student orientation requirement.
Savage Storm Leaders or “SSLs” as they’re frequently called, are current Southeastern students who volunteer to help new students transition to the University. They’re an outstanding team of individuals who can’t wait to meet new students and their families to help welcome them to Southeastern.