SEU at Central Church
Central Church is located at 1001 New Beginnings Dr, Henderson NV 89011. The building has 1,172 parking spots, this includes accessible parking spots at every entrance. The facility has a total of 6 bathrooms. The First floor has 42 Women’s and 32 Men’s fixtures. The Second floor has 15 Women’s and 11 Men’s fixtures. Both floors include the appropriate amount of accessible fixtures. Three main spaces will be used for Southeastern University at Central. The first space is 4,691 square feet and with the dimension of 111’ long by 43’ wide with an occupancy load of 235 people. The second space is 3,708 square feet with the dimension of 84’ long by 47’ wide with an occupancy load of 185 people. The third space 2,370 square feet with the dimension of 55’ long by 44’ wide with an occupancy load of 119. The above spaces have the ability to airplay and connect computers to the TV displays, a complete PA system, a stage, and theater lighting. All of the spaces in the building have been designed to comply with the ADA requirements.
Las Vegas Bible College: An extension site of Southeastern University
Las Vegas Bible College: An extension site of Southeastern University is located at 3051 W Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson, NV 89052. The building has 220 parking spots, this includes accessible parking spots at every entrance. The facility has a total of 5 bathrooms. There are 9 Women’s and 9 Men’s fixtures. Two main spaces will be used for the Southeastern University program. The first space is 5,733 square feet and with the dimension of 91’ long by 63’ wide with an occupancy load of 600 people. The second space is 726 square feet with the dimension of 33’ long by 22’ wide with an occupancy load of 45 people. The above spaces have the ability to airplay and connect computers to the TV displays, a complete PA system, a stage, and theater lighting. All of the spaces in the building have been designed to comply with the ADA requirements.
Hours of Operation
Each extension site determines its own hours of operation for face-to-face contact with the students; contact information for each site is provided at the top of this page. Most of the classes are taken online and the hours are determined by each student as they work at their own pace within the determined parameters of the due dates for assignments and assessments. Hours of operation at Southeastern University School of Unrestricted Education are 8:30 am – 5:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday.
Programs and Costs
As part of its commitment to ministerial preparation, SEU offers the church-based extension site program at a reduced tuition rate. During the 2017-18 academic year, tuition is charged at a rate of $275 per credit hour. Therefore, a full-time student would be charged $3,300 per semester for 12 hours (or $6,600 annually for 24 credit hours). Site fees of $1,260 per semester (or $2,520 annually) will be charged to the student, but this is subject to vary per site. As collected and on a predetermined schedule, this site fee is reimbursed to the site to cover various expenses. A $100 technology fee will also be charged each semester. Beyond the $9,320 collected annually by the university, the extension site may charge additional fees for mission trips or other approved activities; however, these additional fees must be collected by the site. Other fees for textbooks, computers, travel and educational supplies are to be assumed by the student. Assuming a two-year plan, the total cost for the associate degree would be approximately $18,640. Assuming a four-year plan, the total cost for bachelor degrees is approximately $37,280. NOTE: The university may increase these rates on an annual basis and will communicate any changes in advance.
The refund policy for Southeastern University is as follows:
- If Southeastern University has substantially failed to furnish the training program agreed upon in the enrollment agreement, the institution shall refund to the student all the money the student has paid.
- When a student submits written notice of cancellation to the Admission Office or the Office of the Registrar prior to the first day of classes, a full refund (100%) of institutional charges is made.
- If a student withdraws from the university on or before the add/drop deadline after classes have begun, a full refund (100%) of tuition are made.
- When official withdrawal forms are filed in the Office of the Registrar after classes have begun, refunds of tuition and room and board are made during the first nine weeks. Expenses and financial aid will be prorated based on Federal Title IV Funds Guidelines. The amount of federal financial assistance that a withdrawing student earns is calculated on a pro-rata basis. If a student withdraws or is expelled by the institution after the start of the training program and before the completion of more than 60 percent of the program, the institution shall refund to the student a pro rata amount of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement, minus 10 percent of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement or $150, whichever is less, and that if the institution is accredited by a regional accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education, the institution may also retain any amount paid as a nonrefundable deposit to secure a position in the program upon acceptance so long as the institution clearly disclosed to the applicant that the deposit was nonrefundable before the deposit was paid. Once the student has completed more than 60% of the payment period, all federal financial assistance is considered to be earned and the student will be responsible for 100% of charges.
- Fees are nonrefundable after the first week of classes.
- Any refunds will be paid to the to the person or entity who paid the tuition within 15 calendar days after the (a) date of cancellation by a student of his or her enrollment; (b) date of termination by the institution of the enrollment of a student; (c) last day of an authorized leave of absence if a student fails to return after the period of authorized absence; (d) or last day of attendance of a student; or (e) or whichever is applicable.
Additionally, please review the Return of Title IV Funds as stipulated in the University’s academic catalog, Financial Information section.
SEU at Central Church
Board of Trustees
- Terry Raburn, Chairman
- M. Wayne Blackburn, Vice Chairman
- John K. Jordan, Secretary
- Abner Adorno
- Roger Archer
- Luke Barnett
- Tommy Barnett
- Mark Batterson
- Jennifer E. Closshey
- David Docusen
- Kenneth Draughon
- Gow Fields
- Kent Ingle
- Mark Jakelsky
- Steve Mason
- Ricardo Orsini
- Jeffery Portmann
- Judy Rachels
- Dino Rizzo
- Terry Roberts
- Victor E. Smith
- Rich Wilkerson, Sr.
- Douglas Witherup
- John Wootton