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About Me

Husband & Father. Associate Provost @seuniversity. Assistant Professor. PhD Student @azusapacific.
Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller


My Story

My life story is a mixture of my awesome family, the local church, educational institutions, and attempts to merge my left and right brains. These interactions have taught me to appreciate both the simple and complex, while seeking opportunities to challenge the status quo and serve others. I am passionate about life and wish to use every waking moment to achieve my personal mission – excellence in every aspect of life.

Beyond time with my family, which is most important, I try to balance my time between administration, instruction, and PhD studies.

  • Administration 50%
  • PhD, Higher Education 30%
  • Instruction 20%


I am married to Rachael, a graduate of Life Christian University and Florida State Colleges. We are the proud parents of two children and have resided in Lakeland, FL since August 2007.  Our family of four makes life both exciting and fulfilling.


Serving as the Associate Provost for the School of Unrestricted Education at Southeastern University, I am responsible to provide oversight for the university’s Center for Online Learning, Center for Regional & Extension Education, Center for Excellence and Creativity in Teaching, Academic Contracts Office, and Center for Innovation.


Beyond my administrative roles, I have the opportunity to serve as the Assistant Professor of Organizational & Social Sciences. Since 2009, I have taught courses in sociology, organizational behavior & leadership, management, business analysis, and Christian spiritualiy.

PhD, Higher Education

I am pursuing my PhD in Higher Education from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California. My interests are the intersection of disruptive innovation and student success. Azusa’s PhD program is highly regarding as one of the top programs in the country, particularly among Christian institutions. I am particularly excited about this season as it prepared me for my future in academia.

“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson