Charter Day 2014
Charter Day 

Mother Seton's stained glass window in Presidents Hall About Charter Day
Living out the commitment to moral education has been the foundation of Seton Hall University for more than 150 years — and continues to be our mission in the 21st century.

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day offers our community an opportunity to reflect on the University’s great history, and to renew our commitment to that mission. More »


Featured Speaker

Maxine LurieMaxine N. Lurie, Ph.D.

An Early American historian, Dr. Lurie has taught and written about New Jersey history for 27 years.  More »


McQuaid Medalists

McQuaid Medal The McQuaid Medal for Distinguished Service is awarded to members of the University community who have shown outstanding service to Seton Hall.
View the 2014 Medal Recipients »


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