Welcome back to Southeastern! We are glad you are here and wish you a great start to the Spring 2017 semester on Wednesday, Jan. 11. Many of our departments have extended hours at the beginning of the semester for your convenience. See below for helpful information to start your new year at Southeastern, and click here for a list of contact information for all departments.
It's the place to shop for Southeastern apparel and merchandise, books, school supplies, snacks, and much more! The Bookstore will offer extended hours at the beginning of the semester:
North Campus, Building F
You can pick up your rental textbooks from 7 am - 6 pm through Friday, Jan. 13. Textbook Rental will be closed Jan. 14-16, and normal operating hours resume Jan. 17. Print out a copy of your class schedule from LEONET(Self Service - Textbook Rental Information) and bring your student ID with you to pick up your books.
Campus Card Operations
North Campus Financial Aid Building, Room 133
The Campus Card Operations office will be open extended hours of 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. through Thursday, Jan. 12. Normal operating hours will resume on Friday, Jan. 13. A government issued photo ID is required to pick up your ID.
To add money to your Lion's Lagniappe account, you can bring cash, check or money order to the Controller's Office.You may also add Lion's Lagniappe to your account through LEONET or with a credit card using GET, the online management system for Lion's Lagniappe and other services. Click here to access GET.
Pride Hall, 1301 SGA Drive
The Parking Office is open Monday - Thursday from 7:30 am - 5:00 pm and Friday: 7:30 am - 12:30 pm. To get your parking decal, first you need to register for your parking decal on LEONET. For directions, see the LEONET-HOW DO I. Youcan pick up your decal in the University Police - Parking Office in Pride Hall. Bring a photo ID and valid vehicle registration or bill of sale to obtain your parking decal.
Sims Memorial Library
The regular hours for Sims Memorial Library for the Spring 2017 semester are:
Student Organizations at Southeastern are an integral part of campus life and one of the best opportunities for students to learn outside of the classroom. With more than 125 student organizations, there's something for everyone! Check out all the fun put on by your Campus Activities Board as well!
Southeastern uses an emergency alert messaging system in the case of an emergency. All student, faculty and staff email accounts are preregistered with the system, but you must sign up to receive emergency alert text messages and voice calls on your cell phone. Sign up now.
Southeastern's free Safe Campus app can be accessed by using your smart phone or device to visit southeastern.edu/safecampusapp. Be sure to save the app to your home screen for easy access. The app can direct dial the University Police Department from its home screen and provides simple instructions and recommendations for actions to take in the event of an on-campus emergency.
Other Useful Links
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Check out Pride Perks to stay up to date on Southeastern activities and special offers for students.