Welcome Parents and Family to Our Community
Your student's journey at Seton Hall is the beginning of adulthood. We realize that you are an important part of your student's life; therefore, it is essential that you have access to resources and information regarding your student's academic experience. You may find the following links useful for answering questions and offering support as your student begins this new and exciting journey.
Information About Billing
The Bursar is responsible for the preparation of student bills, the processing of student payments, assisting with the payment plans, third party billing, outside scholarships, the processing of refunds, deposits to departmental accounts, collection of past due accounts and consolidation and payments of Perkins Loans for completed students. If you have questions or concerns about how to pay your bill or about using the Electronic Billing System, the Office of the Bursar will be able to assist you.
Questions Regarding Financial Aid
All students must apply yearly for financial aid. To be considered for the full range of financial aid available, students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available January 1st each year. The processed results of the FAFSA must be received by SHU on or before March 1st to meet our priority date. Our school code is 002632.
Questions About Health Services and Student Health Insurance
Contact Health Services
Phone: (973) 761-9175
Visit the Health Services website »
Parents can download health forms from the Health Services Forms page.
Information about Housing and Programs Encouraging Student Involvement
Contact the Department of Housing and Residence Life
Phone: (973) 761-9172
Stop By: Duffy Hall Rm. 68
Visit the Department of Housing and Residence Life website »
Access to Student's Financial and Academic Records
If you would like access to your student's finance and academic records, please download and fill out the Authorization for Access to Student Information form. This form needs to be signed by both the guardian and student.