Nestled in the suburban village of South Orange, New Jersey, Seton Hall provides small-town charm and big-city opportunities. The University’s suburban, 58-acre park-like campus sits proudly within this picturesque town with tree-lined streets; historic, gracious homes; and quaint shops just 14 miles from New York City -- close to all the action, yet not engulfed by it.
Just a five-minute walk from campus lands you in the middle of a bustling town center where you’ll find diners and pizzerias, banks, pharmacies, Starbucks, Cold Stone Creamery, Garden of Eden Marketplace, South Orange Performing Arts Center, a movie theater, and so much more. You might not ever want to leave this quiet suburbia, but if you do, the train station, right in the center of town, is your direct link to NYC’s Penn Station -- just 30 minutes away.
Download a PDF map of South Orange to get yourself acquainted.