Southeastern welcomes students back for the start of classes this week while we continue to keep all faculty, staff and students who are not yet able to make it to campus in our thoughts as the region works to recover from devastating flooding.
 
We attempted to reach ALL our students in recent days, but we realize communication has been difficult, if not impossible for some. If you are just now able to see this message, please contact enrollmentservices@southeastern.edu so we can have a better understanding of your status and work with you so you can attain your educational goals.

FLOOD RECOVERY FAQs

Suicide Prevention Awareness

 

The loss of a life is tragic. Be it a friend, a family member, a teacher, or a loved one, it will always hurt. Many times we do not know how to tell if someone is struggling with depression or suicidal ideations and often do not  know were to turn for help. 

 

One of the hardest things in helping someone else is knowing when to ROAR...Reach Out and Respond!

  • Reach Out!  Seek advise from a campus resource-- University Counseling Center, UPD, Area Coordinator, Teacher, Advisor...

  • Be a friend. If you know someone who is experiencing depression or that you suspect is suicidal, reach out to them. Take the time to learn about their problems, their struggles, and their experiences. Respond to them with a kind, concerned attitude. Never be judgmental.

 

Learn the warning signs of depression and suicide....

You never know when it will save a life.