I am #SetonHall2019
Welcome Class of 2019! Submit a photo or video of what makes you unique to win Seton Hall gear.
New Jersey Catholic Historical Commission Relaunches Newsletter
The New Jersey Catholic Historical Commission, based at Seton Hall University, relaunched its newsletter this summer.
Sister Rose Thering Fund Mourns Late Actor
Actor and humanitarian Theodore Bikel, who passed away on July 21, was a long-time friend of the Fund.
2015 Issue of Arcadia is Published
2015 Issue of Arcadia - Department of Catholic Studies Student Journal for Faith and Culture - is published
Housing Director Presents at Conference
Tara Hart discusses "Mission in the Workplace" at Association for Student Affairs at Catholic Colleges and Universities.
Pirate's Eye on Janet Boehnlein, M.A. '14
Janet Boehnlein, M.A. '14 secured a competitive and first of its kind Fellowship at the Department of State.
Recent Grad at MTV2
Internship experiences help new graduate land job with MTV2.
Journalism Student Wins LI Scholarship
Clayton Collier was the 2015 recipient of an annual scholarship presented by a New York Hospital Association.
Nine Servant Leader Scholars Graduate
The Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership graduated nine Servant Leader Scholars this May.
Seven Members Join Board of Regents
Seven new members are named to Seton Hall's Board of Regents, one of the University's key governing bodies.
Diaconate Candidate Beats Cancer to Graduate
Deacon Barcellona is a two-time cancer survivor and recent Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology graduate.
Students Collaborate with West Point
Stillman and College of Communication and the Arts students discuss and define leadership with West Point cadets.
Finding Her Way
Janet Boehnlein, U.S. Navy veteran and strategic communication and leadership alumnae, lands a competitive Fellowship.
President Honored as "Great Immigrant"
Seton Hall President A. Gabriel Esteban will be among the "Great Immigrants" honored this year by the Carnegie Corporation of NY.
Recent ELMP Graduate Wins Dissertation Award
Dr. Danielle Sammarone, recent K-12 ELMP graduate, was recently announced as the winner of the 2015 Edgar L. Morphet Dissertation Award.
Stillman Students Travel to India
India Trip Gives Students a New Perspective on Business and Life.
The Chesterton Review, Vol. 41-NEW ISSUE
The Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture announces the publication The Chesterton Review, Vol. 41, No. 1&2.
Seton Hall Screens Documentary by Alumnus
SHU grad Kevin McLaughlin unveils new documentary on the 1967 Newark riots.
CEHS Students Win NJ Distinguished Student Teacher Awards
Three students from the College of Education and Human Services were honored as NJ Distinguished Student Teachers.
A Breakthrough in Human Evolution
Anthropology professor Rhonda Quinn’s research is part of a ground-breaking discovery.
GEM Fellows Praxis Retreat
Some of the participants from Praxis of the Advanced Mission Seminar were in Rome for an academic retreat 19-25 May 2015.
Changes in Athletic Training Profession
master's degree in athletic training will be required to become a Certified
Athletic Trainer. Seton Hall's MSAT is CAATE-accredited.
SOxSO Session Explores the Benefits of Poetry
Discover how poetry could land you a job or help treat depression at a SOxSO session led by two Seton Hall professors.
National Healthcare Award for Cahill
American College of Healthcare Executives honors SHMS professor Terrence Cahill with the Exemplary Service Award.
Nursing Career Launched Before Graduation
Six internships, hard work and a competitive externship led to a guaranteed job waiting for Jordan Mabalatan after graduation.