Today's Senior Spotlight is Norman Boyce!

Norman is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Family Studies.

During his time here at SEMO he has made so many memories and friendships that he will cherish forever. He was the social media coordinator for Student Activities Council (SAC) and also a member of the Black Student Union (BSU). He will never forget the relationships he has gained during his time here. When he started as a Freshman, he never thought he would make the dean's list, but he is proud to say that he has!

Being part of the TRIO program has given him opportunities to receive scholarships, and also helped him find his internship at the Gibson Recovery Center.

His advice for incoming Freshmen:
"Make sure you have good time management. Sometimes things can be overwhelming with tests and projects, but don’t rush or take on too much. "

After graduation he plans on getting into a Master's program for Mental Health Counseling and become a Licensed Clinical Therapist.

Please join us in congratulating Norman on this amazing achievement! We wish him well in all of his future endeavorsToday's Senior Spotlight is Norman Boyce!

Student Enrichment Program

The Student Enrichment Program, like the Parent Opportunity Program, is a series of developmental classes and educational workshops for children and teens (5th - 12th grade) to better themselves alongside their family. Youth developmental and educational classes enrich their lives while we provide young people opportunities to use their talents and skills.

Classes are offered from the fall to the spring with a special program available in the summer. All classes are free and run between 6 - 8 weeks. Past classes include: Fine Arts, Media, Health and Nutrition, and Science. 


Modern American Music
 Music program for children and teens  
 Annual conference for those in the Student Enrichment Program to discuss topics that impact the lives of youths.
Developmental program for children and teens during the summer months.