The Setonian Foundation, Phi Kappa Theta's official alumni club, has
been a strong and active organization for years. They maintain a
connection with alma mater and the undergraduate chapter of their
fraternity. The group holds regular meetings, events and most recently,
an alumni luncheon on March 7, 2014 at Rooney's Oceanfront Restaurant in
Long Branch, NJ.
Alumni club leader Nick Scalera ’63 facilitates luncheons five times a
year and invites all Phi Kappa Theta alumni, along with friends of the
fraternity and Seton Hall. This month's luncheon featured a former Seton
Hall men's basketball star as guest speaker. Marcus Toney-el, who
played for the Pirates from 2000-04 and is currently head coach of North
13th Street Tech in Newark, spoke to a room of more than 25 members of
According to Scalera, "It was a huge success. Marcus was one of the
best prepared, most eloquent and most inspiring speakers we have ever
had since our luncheons began more than a decade ago. His presentation
was comprehensive, sincere, passionate and well received by attendees."
To learn more about the Alumni Club program, to suggest a group or to
find out if a current club might be of interest to you, contact Robert
Mayers in Alumni Relations at (973) 378-9821 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the Alumni Clubs website »
About Seton Hall Alumni Relations
Alumni Relations is responsible for strengthening the frequency and
quality of alumni engagement by inspiring them to become informed,
involved and invested in the life and progress of Seton Hall University.
The Department is the University’s primary source of contact with its
more than 90,000 alumni. The Department creates exciting and meaningful
ways for alumni to participate in the life and vitality of the
University. Through this increased engagement, alumni will help Seton
Hall move forward and improve its position as one of the nation’s
leading Catholic universities. Learn more »
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