The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association invites current students to a Professional Development Workshop on March 22.
Division of Student Services News
Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 28 in the Athletic Center. Employers are looking for students from all majors and all class years.
Health Services outlines several measures they've taken to prevent illness and to respond to cases of influenza like illness
Student organizations are planning various events during African American History month to enrich the cultural experience of campus.
The Communication Honors Alumni Mentor Program (CHAMP)begins its 8th year.
The Career Center invited students to visit Formosa Plastics to learn about various careers in the plastics industry.
In honor of MLK Day, the MLK Leadership Program invites the Seton Hall community to join in a day of community service.
Check out these tips for building your professional network during winter break.
Student leader interns with pharmaceutical company
Active Student Develops Professional Skills through Internships
This summer The Career Center recognized two students who completed internships with nonprofit service organizations.
Five internships and participation in CHAMP leads Siobhan McGirl to a career in broadcast journalism.
CNN’s United Shades of America host W. Kamau Bell will deliver incisive, scathingly funny commentary on modern society.
The Division of Student Services celebrates our students with banners recognizing their success.
Eighteen Chinese government officials visited the campus and learned about emergency management best practices.
PR student Brianna Bell has started off strong - already making her way to a career in the Music Entertainment Industry.
This new program encourages students to treat their professors to lunch in the Pirate Dining Room.
At least 120 employers participating in the Fall Semester Career Fair on Sept. 19, open to current students and alumni.
College of Communication and the Arts Announces the 2017-2018 Theatre Season.
Program was designed to provide first-generation freshmen with a knowledge of support services and resources at Seton Hall.