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Traditions - Roomie

Roomie
Southeastern chose the lion as its mascot in 1931 and settled on the name in 1964 to honor a beloved professor. Many students have portrayed "Roomie" over the years, but by tradition nobody knows who's inside the Lion suit. More Traditions »

Welcome to Southeastern Louisiana University

We are the state's third-largest public university, boasting more than 15,600 students and more than 60 degree programs. But with a small-town location, personal attention to students and a close-knit community of engaged learners, we feel like a small college. We are passionate about our students, providing them with a challenging college experience that empowers them with a lifelong education.


Mission Statement
Southeastern's mission is to lead the educational, economic and cultural development of southeast Louisiana.
Core Values
Southeastern's core values of excellence and caring reflect who we are and what you can expect from us.

 

 

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We are Tobacco Free!

Southeastern's campus is now tobacco free. The new policy prohibits the use of all tobacco products, including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, pipes, hookah-smoked products, electronic cigarettes and oral tobacco products such as dips and chews, and applies to all Southeastern students, faculty, staff and visitors. Learn more about the policy as well as smoking cessation clinics being offered on campus.

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Meeting Nutritional Needs

Southeastern operates an on-campus food pantry to help meet the nutritional needs of its students. Located in room 226 of Mims Hall, the food pantry is operated by alumni and community volunteers. The pantry was established through funds from the "Phil the Pig" student philanthropy project, the Southeastern Foundation and the Office of Multicultural and International Student Affairs.

 

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