Seton Hall University
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Fall 2021 at Seton Hall University

Our community has made great strides in living and learning in the midst of a pandemic, and we look to the future with hope and optimism. Together, we have persevered through circumstances not seen in more than a century. 

We are planning a fall semester that is primarily in person, and we look forward to welcoming students back to campus. We are creating a schedule that anticipates in-person classes and activities with a considerable number of faculty, staff, and administrators on every campus. And we are expecting that our physical infrastructure (academic buildings, residence halls, dining, athletic and recreational facilities, and the University Center) will return to full or nearly full operation.

As we have learned, COVID will be with us for the foreseeable future. But we also know that being together, safely and in person, is a vital part of who and what we are as a University community. Our plan is to have Seton Hall operate to the fullest extent that is permitted under government guidance and appropriate health and safety protocols. Guided by our Fall 2020 Restart Plan and in consultation with the Health Intervention and Communication Team, we are developing approaches that will bring our Fall 2021 plans to fruition.

We will share additional details with you on this page as they become available. Until then, please continue all you are doing to keep yourselves and each other safe and healthy; we must remain vigilant in our actions.