Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) promotes student learning and academic excellence by providing opportunities to increase and improve academic achievement and performance. ARC provides tutoring, skill-building seminars, and study skills workshops surrounding topics such as stress and time management, note taking, preparing for exams, and test taking strategies. To contact ARC, students can call (973) 761-9108, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by Arts and Sciences Hall Room 242.
The Office of the Bursar is primarily responsible for the preparation of student bills, the processing of student payments, assisting with the Tuition Payment Plan, third party billing, outside scholarships, and the processing of refunds. The office is located in Bayley Hall Room 121 and can be reached via email at email@example.com or by phone at (800) 222-7183.
Campus I.D. Office
The Campus I.D. Office is responsible for creating, issuing and maintaining the Seton Hall University Pirate Campus Card. The card also functions as a debit card for purchases made on campus. By using the Pirate's Gold function in PirateNet students can use vending machines and make food, library, printing and bookstore purchases. The Campus I.D. Office is located in Duffy Hall Room 63 and can be reached via email at campusID@shu.edu or by phone at (973) 761-9771.
The Career Center provides career development and experiential learning opportunities. The Career Center helps students create effective resumes, practice interview skills, and network with alumni. It also offers an online job/internship database called Navigator. To make an appointment with the Career Center, students can call (973) 761-9355, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Bayley Hall Room 209.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) fosters psychological health and well-being for students to enable them to thrive, develop and achieve academic success. CAPS provides free year-round counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, and referral services. For more information or to schedule an appointment, students can call (973) 761-9500 or visit the second floor of Money Hall.
Disability Support Services
Disability Support Services (DSS) seeks to provide students with disabilities equal access to all University programs and activities while also raising campus awareness about issues affecting the student population. Please note, however, that accommodations are effective beginning on the date the professor is notified via the accommodation letter; accommodations are not retroactive. To contact DSS, students can call (973) 313-6003, email DSS@shu.edu, or visit Duffy Hall Room 67.
The Office of Financial Aid is committed to helping students with any issues that may arise during the financial aid process. If you would like to discuss your financial aid options, please contact Gary Thomas, financial aid officer, at email@example.com or (973) 761-9104. Financial Aid is located in Bayley Hall.
Health Services is dedicated to providing accessible and high quality health care to all students. For more information or to make an appointment, call (973) 761-9175 or visit 303 Centre Street.
Housing and Residence Life
The Department of Housing and Residence Life provides a living and learning community for residents. While housing is limited, there are occasionally graduate student living options, when space permits. For more information, call (973) 761-9172, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit Duffy Hall Room 68.
The Office of International Programs assists international students and visiting scholars who wish to study or do research at Seton Hall. This includes issuing the initial documentation required to obtain a student visa or an exchange visitor visa, as well as providing immigration counseling to all international students and scholars regarding maintaining visa status, employment, traveling, and changing status. To contact the office, please call (973) 761-9072, email email@example.com, or visit Presidents Hall Room 9.
Parking Services provides regulation and enforcement of the University parking lots including providing parking permits. They also provide transportation services through SHUFLY, Seton Hall's shuttle service, which makes stops throughout campus and the town of South Orange. For more information, call (973) 761-9329, email ParkingServices@shu.edu, or visit Duffy Hall Room 63.
The Office of the Registrar offers students an array of services, which include registration assistance, transcript services, student status verification, degree audit information, grading issues, and updates of personal information. The Office manages Banner Student Self-Service, which provides students a variety of on-line functions. The office is located in Bayley Hall and can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (973) 761-9374.
Technology Service/Help Desk
Graduate students are expected to check their Seton Hall email and Blackboard daily. If you ever experience difficulty, please contact the Help Desk at (973) 275-2222. The Help Desk is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Blackboard tutorials are also available.
The purpose of the Writing Center is to provide free consultations and tutorials to students who require assistance with writing. Tutors are trained to provide advice, feedback and suggestions on how writers might improve their writing, focusing especially on content, organization, structure and flow, as well as some mechanics, where time allows. Located in Walsh Library Room 316, students may drop in or make an appointment online via COMPASS. For special accommodations during finals week or Summer Session hours, please call (973) 761-7501.
The University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is also available. This service is a web-based, virtual tutoring program, designed primarily for graduate students, through which individuals can get feedback on their writing from Writing Center tutors via email.