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10 Ways for Alumni to Stay Engaged Online with Seton Hall  

An Alum Working on a LaptopThese are trying times for all of us. We want you to know that Seton Hall continues to be a community you can turn to. We have highlighted below some of the easiest ways to remain engaged with your Alma Mater and break up your days at home. Maximize your time by building up your professional development skills, competing to win monthly Seton Hall swag, making new connections with fellow Pirates, and sharing with us the ways Seton Hall is present in your home and family.

Remember, Pirates, Hazard Zet Forward!

1. Pirate's Eye Podcast

Seton Hall boasts more than 100,000 living alumni; in this podcast we interview some of those proud Pirates about their latest accomplishments and career paths. Listen to the inaugural episode on Carrie Sharpe, who shares her journey that led her to open an AIR Aerial Fitness studio!

The Pirate's Eye Podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Music, and Google. Subscribe on your preferred app or listen now.

2. Webinars

All alumni are invited to take part in a webinar series that covers a variety of topics delivered by professionals, alumni, administrators, and more. Scroll through the library of past webinars or sign up for an upcoming one, today.

3. Pirate Connect

Pirate Connect is an exclusive online network for Seton Hall. Through this platform, you can find and reminisce with fellow graduates, offer to act as a mentor to our graduating students, and expand your professional network by getting acquainted with other alumni. Search for the app using your smartphone or sign up here.

4. Social Pirates

Social Pirates allows alumni to serve as social media ambassadors through their Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn accounts. Members can stay in the know through exclusive updates and earn chances to win prizes by sharing content every month! Sign up to become an ambassador.

5. Read the Latest Issue of Seton Hall Magazine

The Seton Hall magazine is a great way to deep dive into all things Seton Hall. Can't find your physical copy of the last issue? We've got you covered! The magazine and articles can also be accessed online. Read the latest issue.

6. Online Shop at the Bookstore

Did you know that all Seton Hall alumni are eligible to receive a 10% discount on University Bookstore purchases made on campus and on the web? All you need to do is add "ALUM2006" to the Comments section during checkout. Shop now.

7. Digital Yearbooks

Check out Seton Hall's yearbooks, "The White and Blue" and "The Galleon," preserved and digitized online! Reminisce about your time at The Hall or see what campus and students were like in years past. Find your digital yearbook.

8. Lenten Video Reflection Series

The Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology invites you to register for our Lenten video reflection series, focusing on the Seven Last Words of Christ. This video series is designed to help you prepare spiritually for this most holy time in the life of the Church leading up to Holy Week, Good Friday and Easter. Register for the series.

9. Read Pirate Press

We know sometimes it can be hard to keep up with your emails. Now is a good time to catch up on March's issue of Pirate Press, the monthly Seton Hall alumni newsletter. Get up to speed on news from around The Hall, stories about fellow alumni, and check out the highlighted item in the Pirate Treasure Chest. Stay tuned for April's edition hitting inboxes in a couple of weeks!

10. Pirate Pride and Social Media

Share your Pirate Pride moments with us! What are the cool ways you are showing pride in your home (or your new at-home makeshift office)? Whether you have Seton Hall gear decorating your house, your pets, or your family, we want to see! Follow us on all of our social media platforms to share your photos and see other Pirates showing their pride as well. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

This is just ten of the many ways to stay engaged with Seton Hall. Remember to visit the Alumni and Friends website for additional ways to stay connected.

Categories: Alumni

For more information, please contact:

  • Viannca Velez
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