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Diplomacy Alumni

Diplomacy Alumni Association

Upon graduation, all students of Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy and International Relations become members of the Diplomacy Alumni Association (DAA), an outstanding group of leaders making a difference around the globe.

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The School of Diplomacy Alumni Association is represented by the Alumni Association Board, which provides overall leadership and direction for Association initiatives.

All alumni are encouraged to take an active role in creating a strong relationship among Diplomacy alumni and the School. Contact the Executive Board at [email protected] today to learn more.

Meet your School of Diplomacy Alumni Association Board »

Alumni Benefits

As alumni of the greater Seton Hall community, School of Diplomacy graduates are eligible for a range of special alumni services including:

  • University alumni chapters & events,
  • Pirate Press magazine,
  • Alumni discounts,
  • Alumni directory,
  • and much, much more!

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Support the Diplomacy Alumni Association

Join the Diplomacy Alumni Association in serving our alumni community and the initiatives of the School of Diplomacy through networking, continuing education and social fellowship events and activities.

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Make Connections

Recently relocated? Help us keep you informed of the latest DAA and School news and events.

Looking to get in touch with other School of Diplomacy alumni?

Have you earned a promotion, added a new member to your family, or achieved other recent successes? Know of a great venue for a future alumni event? Have a suggestion for a new alumni program?


Join us in Student Recruitment

Represent the School at local recruitment fairs as an alumnus or friend of the School, or contact applicants to encourage them to take the next step, attend a local prospective student event, webinar or Meet the Deans event on campus to talk about your experience of the School. Support student recruitment »

Create Internships and Career Development

Share your career path with current students and young alumni. Give a workshop or participate in a panel to provide expertise on your field. Recruit for internships and jobs in your office. Support internships and career development »


Apply to become a mentor to a student looking for real-world, career-building advice and guidance. The Diplomacy Alumni Association links 2nd year graduate students and graduating seniors with alumni and friends of the School sharing similar interests to answer questions as students prepare to enter into the working world. Support mentors »