New and improved off-campus housing solution are now offered through Places4Students.com.
Alphayaya Barrie went from a "life in the streets," taking "penitentiary chances," to business school grad with 15 job offers.
Tony Varughese '17 discusses how his Catholic Studies minor helped prepare him for medical school and beyond.
Sister Rose Thering Fund event to feature a keynote speech by Cardinal Joseph Tobin and honor two outstanding community members.
Trained therapy dogs visit the campus green to aid students in decompressing before finals commenced.
Immaculate Conception Seminary is holding a raffle in conjunction with it's annual benefit golf outing and banquet.
The newly formed Faculty Retirement Group (FRG) completed its first year of meetings and events.
The 4th Annual Praxis Program Summer Workshop in Rome, Italy, and allow for dialogue on catholic theology of education
Undergraduate student, Claudia Sa, was selected as an honoree for the Career Center's 2018 Experiential Education Awards.
Barbara Kiernan, '65 will receive the School and College Service Award at the 32nd annual Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala.
Graduating Scholar, Kristal Corona, celebrates acceptance to Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
M.A. in Public Relations and M.A. in Strategic Communication students recently presented their Master’s Project research.
Monsignor Dennis Mahon, Ph.D., associate professor of communication, served as a faculty member and administrator for more than 40 years.
Naomi A. Shuyama had a great opportunity to serve as an intern for the United Nations' annual Committee on Teaching About the United Nations.
The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association hosted several events in honor of Graduate Student Appreciation Week in April.
Thomas Lloyd Smith, '96 will receive the School and College Service Award at the 32nd annual Many Are One alumni awards.
Albin Wicki, Communication and the Arts' TV Studio chief engineer, recently won his third Emmy Award.
NJ Tech Selects Unanue Latino Institute Executive Director, Stephanie Macias-Arlington, One of 2018's Top Innovators to Watch.
The Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations prepares to deliver scholarship online.
This workshop is specifically geared to faculty who will be applying for tenure/promotion.
The Fund's ninth annual HS essay contest ends with a Celebration of Education Reception also honoring its current scholars.
The online Masters’s programs in Education Leadership and School Counseling ranked among the best for 2018.
United States Treasurer Jovita Carranza will deliver the keynote address at Seton Hall's baccalaureate commencement ceremony.
The Stillman School of Business’ supply chain management class was invited to tour AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute announces it will be hosting the organization’s first annual Scholarship Brunch.
The School of Diplomacy’s Model UN team reaches new heights in the organization’s history.
Two recently appointed administrators are assisting the College of Nursing reach the next level.
The College's annual alumni signature event included a scotch tasting and live music and honored three outstanding graduates.
Aimee Tillyer shared her experience on the importance of internships at the Small Museum Association’s Annual Conference.
Gregory Stevens, a distinguished museum career coach, shared valuable career tips at the Museum Professions Career Lab.
Philosopher Simone Weil talks about how scholarly study, when done rightly, prepares us for greater love of God and others.
Erica Naumann is a recipient of the 2018 Experiential Education Graduate Student Award from the University’s Career Center.
Aspiring Kindness Foundation Golf Outing scheduled for June 18 to benefit students, fire prevention and education programs.
Leadership junior Mario Damasceno represents Seton Hall at the McDonald Cadet Leadership Conference at U.S. Military Academy.
The Brownson Speech and Debate Team celebrated the year's accomplishments and awards, and presented excerpts of their work.
Setonians met the challenge to help make students' dreams come true and set a new standard for philanthropic excellence.
Stillman professor Kurt Rotthoff, Ph.D., enjoys using sports examples in his economics and finance courses.
Distinguished professionals from different fields will share collaborative efforts for working with individuals with ASD.
Covering legalized sports betting and attitudes about baseball, findings were featured in USA Today, MSN, ESPN and NJ.com.
History major, Sean Lorthior, presents his senior thesis at the McNeil Center Undergraduate Research Workshop.
Ravi and Noble, two therapeutic ponies, visited the University Center on Wednesday, April 25 to help students manage stress.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute is thrilled to recognize our scholars graduating this upcoming May 2018!
The 14th Annual Servant Leader Awards were an opportunity to highlight four students dedicated to service to others.
From Florida to New York, students were admitted to competitive summer programs for research experiences.
Faculty summer seminar participants will review a key document from the Second Vatican Council,the Nostra Aetate
Thirteen 2018 distinguished faculty members were honored as university supports faculty development and research.
Digital access and literacy are issues of paramount importance in our current political moment.
Angel Aristone, M.A. '15 embodies hard work and discipline. Learn more about the Pirate's leading career in media.
The NJ Pirate License Plates are now available to all New Jersey members of the Seton Hall community.
The Institute for Communication and Religion and University Libraries hosted “The Absence of Healthy Confrontation” in April.