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COVID-19 Response and Updates

Seton Hall was eager and excited to welcome students, faculty, clergy and staff members back to campus for the fall 2020 semester while ensuring the highest level of health and safety for all members of the campus community. 

The plan for reopening Seton Hall's campuses seeks to provide the best educational experiences possible for our students during these unprecedented times. We continue to follow these guidelines in our upcoming winter sessions and Spring 2021 semester.

 Topics, Updates and Frequently Asked Questions


Hyflex Teaching and Learning

The plan for the spring 2021 semester includes a HyFlex blended approach to classroom instruction. In HyFlex classes, students select the mode by which they will receive instruction, online or in-person. In a HyFlex course, both online (synchronous) and fully classroom-based instruction are provided. This approach ensures in-person, reduced-density learning while offering students the option to pursue their studies entirely in a remote fashion. A classroom directory has been created, complete with an inventory of available technology, floorplans, and photos of classrooms. 

Academic Calendar

  • January 27
    Classes Begin
  • May 11
    Last Day of Classes
  • May 13-19
    Final Exams.

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2020 Summer Sessions and Learning Experiences

Students working outside. Whether you're a current Seton Hall student or a visiting student, consider taking a summer course at Seton Hall. With several sessions available, we offer many courses across our schools and colleges.

Seton Hall University is also excited to offer the 2020 Great Minds Learning Experience. Learning Experiences are offered to all currently enrolled undergraduate students as well as incoming undergraduate students who have confirmed their intent to enroll.