Keep Calm, Summer is Almost Here!
Summer is a state of mind. That often means kicking back to enjoy the warm weather. But summer can also be a great time to explore new interests, gain a different skill, deepen your understanding of a particular subject, and move closer to the goals you've set.
Seton Hall offers many interesting, challenging summer classes and programs for students who want to earn credit toward a degree, delve into a new subject, or study abroad. Whether you are enrolled at the University, returning home from another school, or looking for a genuine college experience while still in high school, Seton Hall is a place to enrich your mind and your summer.
The University has hundreds of exciting courses scheduled from May through July.
Why not fulfill prerequisites or explore a new major in smaller, more intimate classes taught by some of Seton Hall's finest faculty at our South Orange campus. Select from a variety of course options, including traditional and online classes, during sessions that run from two, to five weeks long.
Some of the diverse disciplines you can study include anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry, psychology, education, audiology, nursing, computer science, management, and international affairs.
If you're a continuing or a visiting student who's looking for a summer experience that is both intellectual and adventurous, Seton Hall offers study abroad programs in six different countries. You can explore Chinese culture in Nanjing or get to know the literary history of travel writing in Italy. Our travel seminars are guaranteed to amaze and inspire.
Are you a highly-motivated high school student who wants to get a head start on your college career? If so, we encourage you to enroll in Seton Hall's Pre-College program - a fun and unique opportunity to engage in academically rigorous, university-caliber coursework, while earning college credit and enhancing your college application. High school students have the benefit of expert faculty instruction while sharing classroom learning with undergraduates.