As a Catholic institution of higher education, Seton Hall University embraces Judeo-Christian values that proclaim the dignity and rights of all people. The University is committed to providing a working and learning environment that is free from discrimination, harassment, retaliation and other unlawful conduct and that assures the fair and equitable treatment of all individuals.
Seton Hall Policy against Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation
Note: It is important that all students know the names of contacts and offices on campus in case there is need to file a report of discrimination or harassment. Please know that you can contact any of the following:
- South Orange Police Department (24x7) - (973) 763-3000
- SHU Public Safety & Security (24x7) - (973) 761-9300
- Karen Van Norman, Dean of Students (student-to-student issues) - (973) 761-9076
- Lori Brown, Equal Employment Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator (student-to-faculty issues and any issues involving a SHU employee) - (973) 313-6132