New Entrepreneurship Course
New Entrepreneurship Course designed for students in the Arts, Diplomacy, Nursing and other non-business majors.
New Center and Institute at SHMS
The School of Health and Medical Sciences establishes a Center and an Institute
focused on Interprofessional Education.
Best Online Master's in School Counseling
NCATE-accredited College of Education and Human Services Online Master's in School Counseling Degree Program Ranked #1.
Annual Summer IT Maintenance Begins August 11
The Department of Information Technology's annual Summer Maintenance is planed for the week of August 11.
Nursing Open House
Seton Hall University College of Nursing Open House originally scheduled for Monday, July 21, 2014 from 9-11 a.m. is now canceled.
New Certificate in Evangelization
The School of Theology is now accepting applications for its Certificate in Catholic Evangelization program.
Professor Named to Advisory Boards
Education professor Martin Finkelstein Ph.D., appointed to Gates Foundation and TIAA-CREF advisory boards.
CEHS Grad Making a Difference
College of Education and Human Services graduate Matt Fabricant works to improve the lives of his inner city students.
SHU Pitchers Make the Majors
Three Seton Hall pitchers - Josh Prevost, Jose Lopez and Conor Krauss - were drafted into major league baseball.
Stillman Graduate, A Pirate from Birth
Frank Joseph finds mentors, support, and a true blue home.
CEHS Alumnus Elected to IACBE Board of Directors
International Assembly for the Collegiate Business Education elects Dr. David Turi ’12 to its Board of Directors.
Aereo Decision Analysis
School of Law Professor David Opderbeck comments on the U.S. Supreme Court's Aereo decision.
Nursing Grant Provided Scholarship Opportunities
NJ's only program that allows those with a non-nursing bachelor's degree to earn their M.S.N. in two years will award scholarships to 5 new students in Fall 2014.
WSOU 89.5 FM Website Redesign
WSOU 89.5 FM Unveils Redesigned Website, www.wsou.net, with Improved Streaming on All Devices and Easy Navigation
Technology Summer Update
Staying Connected with Technology at Seton Hall University - learn more about what's new and ways to stay informed about technology updates.
Theology Faculty & Administration News
Learn about the service and professional activities of the Seminary faculty and administration.
CAHME Accreditation for MHA Program
Seton Hall's MHA program, offered online and on campus, is the only CAHME-accredited program in New Jersey.
Young Alumni Club Elects Officers
The Seton Hall University Young Alumni Club announces new executive board officers, plans for the coming year.
Have a Safe Summer
Summer is finally here. It's time to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Here are some ways to enjoy a safe and healthy summer.
Civic Vision Aired on WSOU
Professor Judith Stark & Dean Michael Zavada are featured this week on NJ Arts News radio series, Words Matter, on WSOU.
Physics Graduate Heads to Copenhagen
Environmental quest takes Kyle Honsinger to the University of Copenhagen to earn a Master of Science in Climate Change.
Searching for God in the Pain of Loss
Searching for God in the pain of loss, Barbara La Porte found a healing faith community in the School of Theology.
Graduate Plans to Pay It Forward
Grateful for a second chance, graduate Bilal Turkistani plans to pay it forward.
Catholic Studies Major Heads to NJ Med
Samantha Pettigrew '14, a double major in Biology and Catholic Studies, will be attending Med School in the fall.
The Lonergan Review, Vol. V, 2014
The Bernard Lonergan Institute @ Seton Hall University announces the publication of Vol. V of The Lonergan Review (2014).