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Seton Hall Parents

Welcome Pirate Parents

From the Director of the Parents Program
The Seton Hall Family has worked hard to provide your student with the tools necessary to reach academic excellence –tools we hope they will continue to use as they become servant leaders in their personal and professional lives. Read more »

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Join Us for Coffee and Conversation
Coffee and ParentsParents can network, ask questions and learn more about what's happening at the University. See upcoming date and towns. Registration required.

Pirate Parent Ambassador Program
Pirate Parent Ambassador ProgramShare your knowledge and offer support, locally and regionally, by volunteering, assisting with recruitment and providing philanthropic support. Learn more.

Meet Jim and Pat Stocking P'17
The StockingsResidents of Fairfax, Virginia, the Stocking's host a game watch for newly admitted students in the area. They share why more parents should get involved with recruitment.

Give to the Parents Fund

pirate-simpleTuition only covers about 72 percent of the actual cost of attending Seton Hall. Donations to the Parents Fund will bridge this gap and improve the overall student experience. Gifts to the Parents Fund will also create new opportunities, plant seed money to fund innovation ideas, provide dollars to attract talented faculty, mold servant leaders and build on our legacy of academic excellence.  More »

Parents Program

Working Together for Our Students' Success


Seton Hall parents are invited to help advance the University’s goals and priorities by volunteering their time and talents, and through their financial support. The Pirate Parent Ambassador Program and the Parents Leadership Council are here to partner with you on your extraordinary journey as a parent of a Seton Hall student. From Move-in Day through Commencement, you will watch your Pirate cultivate a capacity for life-long learning and develop into an independent adult — ready to take on the world.

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