Office of Government and Community Relations

Office of Government and Community Relations

About Us

The department is responsible for managing Seton Hall’s relationship with federal, state and local government. The office works closely with Seton Hall administrators and faculty to ensure the University is completely prepared for issues and opportunities as they arise.

Primary Responsibilities:
(1) Secure federal and state appropriations as well as identify and assist with grant and partnership opportunities; (2) Develop and enhance relationships with elected and appointed officials, their agencies and the local community and (3) Monitor and respond to legislation and community concerns that impact SHU.

 

Government Resources

Capitol Building IconThe Department of Government Relations is responsible for managing Seton Hall's relationship with local, state and federal government. Learn more »

 

News and Events

Former President of the Dominican Republic Leonel Fernandez with School of Diplomacy and International Relations Dean Dr. Andrea Bartoli
Renewing Relationships with the Dominican Republic

Former President of the Dominican Republic recently visited Seton Hall to discuss new avenues for future partnership.

Francesca at the Podium
Nursing Students Celebrate Graduation

In October 2014, 28 nursing students celebrated their completion of the accelerated second degree B.S.N. program.

Photo of Hand Holding Pen Writing
Diplomacy Writers Claim Top Prizes

Diplomacy students have taken the top prize in the Seton Hall Summer Essay Contest for the second consecutive year.

Contact Us

information iconOffice of Government and Community Relations
457 Centre Street
South Orange, NJ 07079

Phone: (973) 378-9816
Fax: (973) 378- 2640

Government Relations e-mail: governmentrelations@shu.edu

Community Relations e-mail: communityrelations@shu.edu

 

Community Resources

Two PeopleThere are several resources offered through Seton Hall University that are made available to local community members as well as to local businesses. Learn more »

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