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Seton Hall University
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Related Offices and Services

DSS partners with other offices on campus to assist students in-and-out of the classroom.  To view the locations of the various offices, please visit the Seton Hall University Campus Map »

Students seeking admission for undergraduate or graduate programs are advised to review SHU's Admissions website.  The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is located in Bayley Hall and can be contacted by phone at (973) 313-6146. Students interested in a graduate program should consult with the school or college of interest.

Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services strives to promote student well-being and foster health and wellness. Students are encouraged to visit SHU's Counseling Services office located on the 2nd floor of Mooney Hall, or call (973) 761-9500 if they believe they are in need of assistance.

Health Services
Students seeking health care services may call to make an appointment at (973) 761-9175. The Student Health Services office is located at 303 Centre Street, South Orange, NJ.

Freshman Studies
The Freshman Studies program is designed to assist first-year students adjust to life on campus and develop a social network. The program assigns each first year student an academic adviser/mentor and a peer advisor. Freshmen studies is located in room 12 of Mooney Hall.

Pre-Major Advising Office 
The Pre-Major Advising Office provides academic advising for transfer and pre-major students, connects students to campus resources, and helps develop graduation plans. The Pre-Major Advising Office is located in room 11 of Mooney Hall.

Ruth Sharkey Academic Resource Center
The ARC provides assistance in a number of areas, such as one-on-one, group, and online tutoring. The Arc is also a great resource for scholarship information and other resources. The ARC is located in room 202D in Arts and Sciences Hall.

Career Center
The Career Center assists students with career development and career-based experiential education through individual career counseling, on-campus career fairs, internship placements and skill-building workshops. The Career Center is located in room 209 of Bayley Hall.

Housing and Residence Life
Students interested in living on campus should visit the Housing and Residence Life website to learn more about SHU's residence halls, housing policies and Residence Life programming.