What will you study?
The College at Southeastern is more than a college—it’s a calling. Whether you become a lawyer, business professional, English teacher, missionary or pastor, God has a plan for you to be involved in his mission. This is a place where you can be trained both theologically and vocationally. Whatever you choose to study, we can equip you to live out the gospel in any career path.
1 great Commission
Warner Robins, GA
"I am going to pursue a PhD in Philosophy"
“Overall, with my life, I want to help Christians understand the God they love and help non-Christians understand what they are missing out on.”
B.A. Global Studies
"I am going to value people"
“I’ve come across so many people that seek to be loved and cared for and really known, and so that’s my passion—to see people how the Lord sees them and love them how he loves them.”
Winston Salem, North Carolina
B.A./M.Div. in Pastoral Ministry (Hunt Scholar)
"I am going to make disciples"
“I am at Southeastern because I want to further my education through the pastoral ministry degree under men like Dr. Steven Wade and David Alan Black and learn more and more about how to make disciples and the importance of making disciples in the local church.”
Wake Forest, NC
B.A. in Philosophy
"I am going to be a lawyer."
“I will get to be plugged in with and love on people who don’t know Jesus and who might not have the same rights as we do.”
"I am going to empower Nepali Churches with the Word"
“I want to go back to my country and empower Nepali churches with proper theology that I get from here so that they can make their churches stronger.”
Zebulon, North Carolina
B.A. in Worship Ministry
"I am going to worship with the local church"
“I chose to study worship ministry because I love to worship with the local church, and I love the idea of coming together with local believers and singing with them. Worship is a time that is not only personal but it’s also together with other believers for the sake of looking more like Christ as we worship together.”
Where will you go?
You can afford southeastern.
Our goal is to help you receive a high-quality education in the most economical way possible. The College at Southeastern offers several options for financial aid and reduced tuition rates. We want you to succeed and graduate with the financial flexibility you need for your future ministry or career.
% of students who receive financial aid
Average 2015 tuition
Students graduate with $40K less debt than the national average
Plan your visit.
The best way to get to know The College at Southeastern is to visit our campus. Sign up for our Preview Days or schedule a campus tour. Get an up close glimpse of our campus and learn how you can discover your mission at Southeastern.
What is there to do?
The College at Southeastern House System is the heartbeat of life on campus.
The purpose of the House System is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission by cultivating student communities that foster: Great Commission living, academic excellence, community identity and enduring friendships.Learn More
Everything you need to know about what’s going on around Southeastern.
We want you to stay informed as you study at The College at Southeastern. That’s why we have Around Southeastern to keep you up to date with the latest happenings on and around campus.Learn More
Women's Life at Southeastern
We want to serve the women of The College at Southeastern as they pursue God’s plan for them. We work to build community through fellowship events, ministry opportunities, courses and mentorship to help women discover their part in God’s mission.Learn More
Welcome to the Triangle
Wake Forest is located at the northern tip of a metropolitan area commonly called the Triangle, consisting of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, and home to more than 1.2 million residents. One of the fastest growing metro regions in the country, the Triangle offers its residents numerous employment, educational and recreation opportunities.Learn More