Southeastern University (DC)

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Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Quarter

State: District of Columbia

Description

Southeastern University is a private- non-profit institution of higher education that serves the urban population in the greater Washington- D.C. area. Southeastern's student body represents a diverse population of commuter students that includes working adults- recent high school graduates- and international students that the University prepares for success in a competitive marketplace. These students are predominantly minorities who seek higher education as a route to self-improvement and social- economic- and personal success. The University meets the needs of this diverse population by providing small classes- expertise in the field- a supportive infrastructure (i.e. faculty- technology- equipment- etc.) and in-service learning opportunities.

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Total Students: 642
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Faculty: 6

Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 107:1
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Address:
501 I St SW
Washington District of Columbia 20024

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Main Phone: 202-478-8200

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