Freshman Studies Office

Campus Resources

 
Career Center- The Career Center team works to connect students and alumni with a diversity of hiring organizations. The Career Center works with students to get them started on their professional journey by helping them create an effective resume, practice interview skills, research opportunities and network with alumni Pirate Mentors.  To make an appointment with the Career Center, students can call (973) 761-9355, e-mail careers@shu.edu or stop by Bayley Hall Room 209.  

Academic Resource Center- The Academic Resource Center provides students with tutors for challenging subjects and writing assignments, information about nationally competitive scholarship opportunities and advising resources for cross-disciplinary majors. Students can visit the Academic Resource Center at Arts and Sciences Hall Room 202, call 973-761-9108 or e-mail ARC@shu.edu to schedule an appointment. For a complete tutoring schedule, please visit http://www.shu.edu/academics/artsci/arc/arc-tutoring.cfm.

Disability Support Services- The office of Disability Support Services works closely with academic departments and student affairs offices to involve and support the intellectual and social development of students with disabilities. The office of Disability Support Services employs policies and programming to promote academic excellence, the development of self-advocacy skills and increased student leadership opportunities. To contact the office, students can call (973)313-6003, e-mail DSS@shu.edu or visit Duffy Hall Room 67.
 
Student Support Services- The office of Student Support Services provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements and works with students to ensure the successful completion of their post-secondary education. For more information, please contact: Director of Student Support Services, Jihan Ahmed at ahmedjih@shu.edu or Academic Counselor and Coordinator, Brandon Larmore at (973) 275- 2758 or brandon.larmore@shu.edu. Students can also contact the office at (973) 761-9230 or visit Presidents Hall Rooms 2 and 4.

Counseling and Psychological Services- The Counseling and Psychological Services Center promotes student well-being by helping students overcome obstacles that may otherwise prevent them from attaining academic, personal and professional goals. Seton Hall University’s trained and professional staff offers a variety of psychological services that are confidential and free of charge.  Students seeking counseling are encouraged to call (973) 761-9500 or stop in to request an appointment. The Center is located on the 2nd Floor of Mooney Hall.

Tutors In Residence- Tutors In Residence are undergraduate in house tutors who live in the Aquinas, Boland and Xavier residence halls with the purpose of helping students excel academically. Each week TIRs conduct set lobby hours where they are available to help students (residents or commuters). Students desiring to take advantage of the free services of a TIR should consult the semester TIR Lobby Hours schedule and the staff directory to contact the TIR who can best serve their needs. To find out more about TIR, students can call (973) 761-9172, e-mail shuhousing@shu.edu or visit Duffy Hall Room 68.
Contact Us

Freshman Studies Office
(973) 761-9740
Mooney Hall

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