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Elevate Your Academic Journey by Attending the Graduate Fair for Undergraduate Students

Graduate Open House 2023-2024As the academic year unfolds, Seton Hall University will host an upcoming Graduate Fair tailored exclusively for undergraduate students seeking to continue their educational path after graduation. This event promises to be an excellent opportunity for students to explore graduate possibilities and chart a course toward academic excellence.

Mark your calendars for March 13, 2024, the Graduate Fair will take place in the University Center Event Room from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., providing ample time for students to engage with representatives from various graduate programs.

Whether you are considering a master's degree, doctoral program, or professional certification, this fair is designed to inspire and guide you toward achieving your academic aspirations. Dive into Seton Hall’s 90+ graduate programs, whether it’s data science, education leadership, healthcare, diplomacy and international relations, law, science and more.

"If you are an undergraduate student eager to continue your education, a graduate degree from Seton Hall will enhance your adaptability to changing markets and technologies," said Associate Provost for Academic and Graduate Affairs, Christopher Cuccia, Ed.D. "Designed with current undergraduate students in mind, our Graduate Fair is a unique opportunity due to its personalized nature, where you can engage with current graduate students and learn how to continue your academic journey with our cutting-edge programs in the supportive and welcoming environment you have come to know."

The Graduate Fair will have program representatives from the College of Arts and Sciences, Stillman School of Business, College of Human Development, Culture, and Media, College of Nursing, Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology, School of Health and Medical Sciences, School of Law, and the School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Faculty and program directors, as well as representatives from the Office of Graduate Affairs, will be available to answer questions about the programs.

Special breakout sessions focused on financing your graduate education, career opportunities and advancement, and the benefits of a dual degree will be presented by the Office of Financial Aid, The Career Center, and the Center for Academic Success, respectively.

Additionally, undergraduate students will also have the chance to hear from current graduate students at a student panel, where several students will discuss why they chose Seton Hall for their graduate program, tips on navigating through their academic programs and more.

Don't miss this chance to elevate your academic journey and set the foundation for a successful future. We look forward to welcoming you to the Seton Hall Graduate Fair!

To learn more and register, visit the event registration page

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