Southeast Missouri State University

SEMO's Cheney Hall Closed for Upcoming Academic YearThe 85 students who planned to reside in Cheney Hall are being provided other residential space on campus.
KMOX Joins SEMO in Honoring Students May 4thKMOX Radio and Southeast Missouri State University are recognizing thirty-six outstanding students in the Saint Louis Metro Area on Monday, May 4th.
Arrest Made in Downtown St. Louis Slaying of College StudentSt. Louis prosecutors say 18-year-old Christopher Grant is charged with first-degree murder.
SEMO Extends Benefits to Same-Sex SpousesSame-sex spouses of employees and retirees at Southeast Missouri State University will now be eligible for university benefits.
SEMO President Retiring Next YearAfter 24 years at Southeast Missouri State University and the last 16 as president, Dr. Ken Dobbins has announced his retirement.
SEMO Launching Camera Drone To Monitor Farms Southeast Missouri State University's Department of Agriculture has something new at its farm — a drone unofficially dubbed "Ag Force One."
2014 KMOX Southeast Student of Achievement Luncheon
SEMO Creates Record Amount of Scholarships Southeast Missouri State University has developed 85 new scholarships along with increasing the amount of 60 existing ones.
SEMO Will Provide Education Majors with iPadsEvery freshman education major at Southeast Missouri State University will rent an iPad Air as part of an effort to teach teachers how to be tech-savvy.
Martin Luther King Adviser To Speak at SEMOA man who helped write Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech will speak next month at a Southeast Missouri State University.
Voices of St. Louis: Sunday, October 6, 2013This week's edition of "Voices of St. Louis"eatured Kathy Federico, president of the Mid-America Chevy Dealers, Frank Viverito, president of the St. Louis Sports Commission, Lenell Hahn, director of admissions at SEMO and Dr. Catherine Appleton of Siteman Cancer Center.
Enrollment Up at Southeast Missouri StateThe university said Wednesday that enrollment for fall classes that began this week is 11,367, up 2.1 percent from a year ago.

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