We have developed a model of academic advising at Seton Hall called the Student Success Team. This team is here to support your academic growth and professional development through listening and providing guidance.
There are four members of the Student Success Team.
- The first member is you. At Seton Hall, our goal is to provide a distinctive and rigorous education that
encourages students to become adaptable, imaginative, resilient, ethical and successful
individuals. To do this, you need to be an active member of the team. This means taking
ownership and responsibility of your academic journey by responding to your advisor's
outreach, preparing for your academic advising appointments, and asking for help.
- Student Success Advisor: Your Student Success Advisor is a full-time advisor who will help you navigate many
of the logistical aspects of your Seton Hall journey, including understanding Compass,
first-year course selection, and managing registration requirements including holds.
Your Student Success Advisor may come from the Center for Academic Success (CAS),
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Pre-Med/Pre-Dent Plus Program (PMPDPP), Academic
Support for Student Athletes, and Resilience, Integrity, Scholarship, and Excellence
- Academic Advisor: Your Academic Advisor is a faculty member assigned by your College or Department.
Their role is focused on aligning your coursework with your academic interests and
clarifying your life goals to develop educational plans. Faculty advisors can also
provide mentorship and course selection guidance.
- Career Advisor: Your Career Advisor facilitates career development and experiential learning opportunities that empower you to engage in lifelong career management through career planning, advising, and coaching.
How do I find my Student Success Team Members?
To find the name of your Student Success Team Members, go to Seton Hall Compass: