Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Meet Our Leaders

Brian Wisowaty

"Seton Hall provided my foundation—the hands-on experience, the network of contacts and mentors and, of course, the education."

Brian Wisowaty '11
Public Relations and Journalism major
Graphics Producer, MSNBC
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At Seton Hall, you learn by doing — exploring, challenging, discovering, questioning and discussing. We combine classroom learning with real-world, practical experiences to make learning more tangible; we forge connections between theory and practice.

Here, you will have unprecedented access to faculty and hands-on learning opportunities. Our approach allows you to connect what you learn with how to use your knowledge in the real world. Our dedicated faculty and Career Center set you up for success by enhancing your resume and providing guidance throughout the job application process.

As early as freshman year, you can:

  • Complete an internship
  • Work side-by-side with faculty in our Patient Simulation Lab to hone patient-care skills
  • Conduct research projects as part of a grant funded by the National Institutes of Health
  • Write for The Setonian, our highly regarded school newspaper
  • Broadcast on WSOU, our award-winning radio station
  • Spend a semester in Washington, D.C., getting a first-hand look at politics in action
  • Sit in on U.N. General Assembly meetings
  • Run a classroom based on your own lesson plan;
  • Work on a poll commissioned by ESPN through the Seton Hall Sports Poll
  • Participate in a community service-based course
  • Gain trading experience in the Securities’ Trading and Analysis Room
  • Expand your horizons in a study abroad program

These are only a few examples of how Seton Hall provides hands-on, real-world learning so you're prepared for success and have an advantage when your job search begins.

For more information, check out the Career Center website »

Contact Us

Undergraduate Admissions
(800) THE-HALL
Fax (973) 275-2321
thehall@shu.edu
Bayley Hall

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