Building upon the success of Seton Hall's Day of Caring, the University is proud to announce the launch of the Great Minds Forward fundraising initiative. During a time of great change, the campaign looks to strengthen the University and raise funds for the areas of greatest and most immediate needs. This campaign will help to enhance the Seton Hall experience by helping to provide students with an extraordinary education.
The Seton Hall Fund helps to create a home for students' minds, hearts, and spirits, providing them with financial aid, as well as access to internships and clubs and organizations. Along with providing a beautiful campus environment, the fund supports the Counseling and Psychological Services program and creates opportunities for students to grow spiritually and develop their faith through the Campus Ministry. In addition, the General Scholarship Fund can help to alleviate financial burdens students may have and ensures that they obtain the necessary resources that they need to thrive in their academic and professional endeavors. 97 percent of students currently receive scholarships or grant money, and a gift to this fund could make a tremendous difference in their lives.
Seton Hall donors have always shown their Pirate Pride and have risen to the challenge in June; the University is confident that this year will be no different as it strives to uphold its student population and press forward toward a brighter future. The Great Minds Forward campaign will span across the month of June and closeout on June 30th.
Setonians everywhere are encouraged to rally for current students while helping Seton Hall maintain its mission. Contributions to the designated areas above, or another University area that is most meaningful to supporters, will go a long way toward the sustained success of the University. From now until June 30th, please join Seton Hall in ensuring the future of great minds, making a life-changing difference for students today and in the future.
To learn more about this initiative, or to make a gift, visit the campaign webpage here.