a current student here
Southeastern is a private school, so it is expensive. But in order to make it worth it, you need to put in a little. There are opportunities for introverts and extroverts alike, but success in life is contingent upon pushing comfort zones. Connect with your professors, reach out to the spiritual leaders, put in the effort in your classes, be friendly and get to know your peers, and attend events just so you can say you went. Being proactive is the key to success here, as it is very easy to hide out in seclusion in such a small and relatively quiet school. But if you seek out the excitement and the value, you won't have to search far. This school can really feel like home.