Frequently Asked Questions


I would like to receive information about future courses. How do I sign up for the free e-newsletter?

You are cordially invited to sign up for Non-Credit's free e-newsletter. Simply toggle over to and enter a name and email address. You will automatically receive our free e-newsletter with information on upcoming events. The courses are available to the community at large and do not require an extensive registration process. You also may remove your name and email at any time.

Does Southeastern offer any discounts on non-credit courses?

Persons 60 years or older can receive a 10% discount on regular non-credit courses. All active Southeastern alumni receive a 10% discount on regular non-credit courses. Current alumni membership must be confirmed. ACT, ESL, Notarial, and SHRM courses do not qualify for discounts.

What if I cannot attend class and need to cancel my enrollment?

Our non-credit refund policy states that a full refund is given if a request (in writing) reaches Non-Credit Programs prior to the first class meeting. No refunds will be considered after the first class meeting.  SHRM: The cost of materials does not qualify for refunds after August 29, 2016.

Why did my class get canceled? Will I receive a refund?

The University reserves the right to cancel any class due to insufficient enrollment. Full refunds will be made to those students in a canceled class.

What if there is severe weather?

In the event of severe weather, watch for updates on or call 1.800.256.2771. Listen to the local radio and television for updates on class cancellation.

I have a disability. How do I ask for accommodations?

If you are a qualified student with a disability seeking accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, you are required to self-identify with the Office of Disability Services, Room 203, Student Union. No accommodations will be granted without documentation from the Office of Disability Services. Please contact the Office of Disability Services at 985.549.2247 so that they may assist you with your questions.

Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of Southeastern Louisiana University not to discriminate in the admission and recruitment of students.