We want to extend a warm welcome to all. The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute at Seton Hall University is dedicated to empowering Latino students. With the Institute’s support and guidance, students can fulfill their potential as servant leaders through cultural programming, designed to build stronger linkages to their heritage but also through education, academic scholarship, mentorship, skill development and critical thinking. Our goal is to inspire, educate and transform our Seton Hall University students into the next great generation of Latino leaders in our ever-changing global society.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute was created through a generous gift from our benefactors Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Carmen Ana Unanue. Built on a rich legacy of service to the Seton Hall Latino community, the Joseph A. Latino Institute had its genesis as the Puerto Rican Institute, founded in the early 1970’s. Back then and now, our Catholic faith leads us as we aim to fulfill two intertwined missions, that of service and scholarship. The Institute offers excellent programs, available to all Seton Hall undergraduate and graduate students (scholarships only).
- Speaker Series
- Éxito Leadership Program
- Governor’s Fellowship Program
- Graduate Assistantship
- Work-Study Program
Denisse Oller, Executive Director
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute
Seton Hall University