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AIGA The Creative Types: The Creative Types is a community of students inspired by art and design. Formed in 2005 as a student-run agency, the organization fosters professional growth through its recent affiliation with the New York City chapter of American Institute for Graphic Arts (AIGA). Members advance their portfolios by contributing to pro bono design projects and participate in collaborative meetings that cultivate esteem for the creative arts.
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Brownson Speech and Debate Team: Seton Hall University's Forensics Brownson Speech and Debate Team is known for its tradition of rhetorical excellence, stemming back over 75 years. The team travels across the United States to compete in a wide variety of speaking events. While forensics typically refers to investigation, the term uniquely applies to the team's ability to dissect language and craft messages to perform on stage. Students compete under four main categories: Limited Preparation, Public Address, Oral Interpretation of Literature and Parliamentary Debate.
This organization is recognized through the College of Communication and the Arts.
Chamber Choir: The Seton Hall University Chamber Choir is a select group of Seton Hall's most advanced vocalists. The group rehearses and performs repertoire for small ensemble and gives concerts twice annually at the South Orange Performing Arts Center. Additionally, the group often participates in concert performances at other venues. A short audition is required.
Chorus: The Seton Hall University Chorus is the largest choir at Seton Hall University. It features over 60 members comprised of Seton Hall University undergraduate students, alumni, community members and faculty. It has achieved high distinction and recognition from numerous organizations due to its continuing efforts. Concerts are given each semester at the South Orange Performing Arts Center, and the group frequently sings at other concert venues. A short audition is required.
Concert Band: The Seton Hall University Concert Band offers students with ensemble performing experience as a credited course offering. Students with intermediate to advanced skill levels in band instruments (woodwinds, brass, percussion) are encouraged to participate. A wide range of music is performed of diverse styles and different musical periods. Students have the unique opportunity to perform with faculty and professionals within the Concert Band in the fall and spring concerts at SOPAC. The Concert Band meets once weekly for a 90-minute rehearsal and presents a concert performance at the end of each semester.
Dance Team: The Seton Hall University Dance Team is comprised of group of young women and men who share a passion for dance and use that passion to give back to the community. The Dance Team practices various styles of dance (Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Modern, Ballet, to name a few). Throughout the school year the team participates in various events on campus as well as produce our annual Spring Recital. Giving back to the community is a big part of the organizations mission collaborating with local charities by participating, performing, and raising money at the Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk and Relay for Life. But most of all, they love to dance!
Gentlemen of the Hall: The Gentlemen of the Hall is the all-male collegiate a cappella singing ensemble of Seton Hall University. The Gents' most notable performances include singing at the Prudential Center and performing the National Anthem for the New York Mets at Citi Field.
Jazz Ensemble: In the Seton Hall Jazz Ensemble, students rehearse a variety of jazz styles in small combo setting to be performed in various venues throughout the term. Repertoire includes the blues, swing, Latin, modal, and fusion in varied grooves and tempos. The ensemble repertoire always includes material accessible to the beginning improviser. Students learn ensemble skills including phrasing, dynamics, and terminology, and are given opportunities for improvisation. While a background in jazz is helpful, it is not required. Students must however have a degree of playing facility and music reading experience on their instrument.
Orchestra: The Seton Hall Orchestra offers students an orchestral performing experience as a credited course offering. Students with intermediate to advanced skill levels on all orchestral instruments (strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and harp) are encouraged to participate. A wide range of music is performed including Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century and popular music. Students have the unique opportunity to perform with faculty and professionals within the orchestra. The Orchestra meets once weekly for a 90-minute rehearsal and presents a concert performance at the end of each semester. A short audition is required.
Pep Band: The Seton Hall University Pep Band is an integral part of the men's and women's basketball games, providing entertainment and spirit. The band plays prior to all home games and during time-outs, leading the students with musical cheers and also adding their own cheers as well. The pep band is made up of woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. There are no electric instruments, i.e. bass and guitar in the band. Pep Band is open to all students who can play their instrument at least a 3rd year of high school proficiency and who want to make the commitment needed to be a member. The music is standard marching band charts of medium to advanced levels of difficulty
Photography Club: Photography Club serves as a creative outlet for members of the Seton Hall community. This is fostered through a shared love and fascination for photography and creativity, learning, teaching, the sharing of work, skill refinement, and the encouragement of others.
POETIC: P.O.E.T.I.C. is an organization geared towards creating an environment for people who wish to strengthen their abilities within music, spoken word, and dance. It stands for people of education together influencing culture.
Seton Hall Theatre: Seton Hall Theatre offers a wide variety of theatrical opportunities for students including the four annual faculty and guest directed main-stage productions, as well as productions produced by the Theatre Council. Seton Hall Theatre performs in two locations, at the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) and on-campus in the Theatre-in-the-Round, a performance space in the Bishop Dougherty Student Center. All Seton Hall students, regardless of major, are invited to audition for productions or volunteer with backstage and scene shop activities.
Seton Notes: Seton Notes is Seton Hall's premier and only co-ed a Capella group. Their diverse repertoire includes our own arrangements of music in various genres including R&B, Alternative, Pop, Jazz, Country, and Hip Hop.
Theatre Council: Seton Hall University Theatre Council is a student run organization, which acts as a liaison between the student body and the College of Communication and the Arts Theatre Program. The program’s goal is to create performances and leadership opportunities, allowing students to produce theatrical entertainment for the student body to enjoy. Theatre Council is open to all students, regardless of major. The club meets throughout the school year for events, parties, and meetings. It also hosts a variety of annual events including Broadway Flea Market, Halloween Haunted House, One Act Festival and Cabaret.
WSOU 89.5 FM: WSOU 89.5 FM is the award-winning, student-run radio station of the College of Communication and the Arts and Seton Hall University. As early as freshman year, students have the opportunity to experience the radio industry first-hand. WSOU's structure is modeled after commercial radio, allowing students to both staff and manage the day-to-day station operations while guided by industry professionals and mentors. At WSOU, students learn by doing.
This organization is recognized through the College of Communication and the Arts.
Cultural: Clubs with missions to foster an understanding of different cultures and perspectives to the campus community.
Adelante: Adelante was founded in 1972 and over the years has evolved into an organization that not only brings Latinos to the forefront of attention but also heightens the awareness of their culture and impact at Seton Hall. Adelante is committed to the empowerment of the Latino community at Seton Hall and is consistently striving to serve and represent all Latinos by promoting Latino awareness on campus through programming, community service and much more. Our fundamental goal in Adelante is to: Motivate Everyone Toward Achieving Success.
African Student Association: The African Student Association (ASA) is a student organization composed of both graduate and undergraduate students at Seton Hall University whom are committed to embracing the African culture. ASA's objectives include providing discussions with members during general meetings about the current issues in Africa;educating the Seton Hall community about the African Heritage through music, dance, literature, food, etc., and also hosting several fundraiser events for NGO's such as the H.E.A.L. the Children Foundation [a Kenyan Orphanage], and the SANDJI group organization which is dedicated to empowering the youth of Africa for a better continent. ASA in 2008 established the ASA Dance Troupe because of the importance of dance within African traditions. Dance is regarded as a significant mode of communication and entertainment. The African Student Association provides the entire Seton Hall Community with a sense of understanding of all major features that make up the amazing continent of Africa.
American Sign Language/Deaf Culture Club: The American Sign Language/Deaf Culture Club serves to educate Seton Hall community members who are interested in learning about ASL or Deaf Culture. This club provides engaging programs and workshops on topics surrounding Deaf Culture and American Sign Language.
Asian Cultural Association: The Asian Cultural Association seeks to further the development of Asian culture on the campus and enriches the life of the SHU community.
Black Men of Standard: Black Men of Standard is a distinct group that has been constructed to specifically address the quality and way of life in which the black male conducts and views himself among his peers and figures of authority.
Black Student Union: Originally called the Black Student League, the Black Student Union (BSU) was founded in 1967. Its mission and purpose is to provide a foundation of unity among the Black students of Seton Hall through empowerment, education and cultural enlightenment. Since the beginning, BSU has also served to link the struggles of oppression both on campus and abroad through community outreach and upliftment. Today, the Black Student Union continues this mission and has emerged as one of the most political and powerful organizations on campus.
Filipino League Association of Seton Hall: The Filipino League at Seton Hall (FLASH) is a minority student organization whose main objective is to educate the community, both inside and outside Seton Hall University, about Filipino culture. FLASH sponsors, participates, and performs in many Filipino, Asian, and multi-cultural events throughout the New York and New Jersey area. Although established in 1990, it wasn't until 1998 that FLASH took our first steps into becoming the organization we are today. A Filipino language class was established which introduced the Filipino language and history to the Seton Hall community. In that same year, an annual cultural show (now known as our Barrio Fiesta) was introduced, displaying Filipino dancing, &singing. Through the addition of cultural workshops as well as retreats, we create the ability of our members and the rest of the Seton Hall community to be aware of the current issues facing the Filipino community and give a better understanding of Filipino roots.
German Club: The purpose of the German Club is to respectfully and positively highlight German Culture through a series of events and club meetings throughout the academic year.
Haitian Organization Promoting Education: H.O.P.E. stands for Haitian Organization Promoting Education. Through this organization, we strive to break the misconceived stereotypes of Haitians. We do this through workshops, events and our annual ball. We strive to education the Seton Hall Campus about our culture. Due to the recent earthquake, many are curious about the Haitian culture, and our job is to inform them.
The Hellenic Student Organization: This club is open to all Seton Hall University students who are interested in the exploration of both the Greek and Greek-American culture. The club will aim to foster an understanding and appreciation of the Greek culture and its rich history through a series of activities, educational and social gatherings, trips and collaborations. As Seton Hall exemplifies a campus of peacebuilding collaborations with diverse groups of leaders and organizations, this club will ensure the same values of appreciating and celebrating others' cultures.
Italian Student Union: The Italian Student Union is a cultural organization at Seton Hall University. The ISU believes in preserving and promoting Italian culture, language and traditions. We do this through a number of different events which vary from Italian Movie Nights, Lectures, trips to the Opera, Annual Pasta Dinners, and even Italian Mass. We strongly encourage all students to join; you do not have to be Italian to be a part of our Seton Hall family. While educating students, the Italian Student Union enhances the experiences and traditions of Italian culture.
Korean Language Culture Club: The Korean Language and Culture Club is a community that promotes Korean language, food, and history across Seton Hall's campus.
K-Pop-Club: K POP Club is a safe place where students of all backgrounds may learn about, experience, listen to, and discuss Korean music and culture.
Middle East North African Student Organization: The Middle East and North Africa Club (MENAC) is an intercultural student organization that provides insight into various Middle Eastern and North African cultures. The club hosts many events throughout the semester, such as fundraisers with NGOs, creative workshops, movie series, and lectures throughout the year that corresponds to our purpose.
National Council of Negro Women: The National Council of Negro Women, Imani Chapter offers minority women on campus a safe haven to come and discuss issues pertaining to them. Our goal is to increase awareness of our organization on campus through co-sponsorships, excellent programs, and great relationships. We hope to not only reach minority women but women of all backgrounds.
Pirates of Irish Persuasion (PIPE): The purpose of Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (PIPE) is to provide a venue through which all Seton Hall University students interested in the Irish experience may explore, via participation in social, educational, and charitable activities, Irish and Irish-American traditions and culture.
Portuguese Language/Culture Club: The Portuguese Language and Culture Club promotes the history, cuisine, and customs of Portugal and other Portuguese speaking nations.
Seton Hall Slavic Club: The Slavic Club, currently with over 900 members, is a student organization created in 1990 by Prof. Anna Kuchta with the purpose of increasing awareness of the Slavic cultures, customs and its people at Seton Hall University. Students, who want to keep up with current cultural trends in Russia and Eastern Europe, have an exceptional opportunity to do so in the framework of the Club.
Contact: Anna.Kuchta@shu.edu (faculty advisor)
South Asian Students Association: South Asian Student Association at Seton Hall is an organization focused on promoting the South Asian culture through various events throughout the year. We are an inclusive organization, and encourage students from all backgrounds to join and come to our events to experience and immerse themselves within the South Asian culture.
West Indian Student Organization: WISO serves as a support to students of West Indian decent and strives to promote awareness of West Indian culture through programs and events on campus. WISO also works with other West Indian Organizations on other campuses to keep abreast of information that affects the West Indian community as well as alongside other minority organizations on campus in being the voice of minority students.
Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association: The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association (CAGSA) serves all Seton Hall Communication and the Arts graduate students with three essential foci: Social, Academic and Networking. Membership in the Communication and the Arts Student Association (CAGSA) is open to all graduate students in the existing programs within Graduate Studies, including students in the Dual-Degree programs. Members are expected to be in good academic standing to participate.
Counseling Psychology Student Association: The Counseling Psychology Student Association (CPSA) is open to all Counseling Psychology Ph.D. students. CPSA works to provide additional opportunities for students to enhance their training and professional development. Students also use the organization to engage in advocacy efforts, develop multicultural programs, and promote social justice through their Advocacy Committee, Multicultural Committee, and Social Justice Committee. CPSA has recently developed a program called "SHU Talks: Psychology and Human Services Research Forum" which allows students and faculty to discuss research and current social issues. CPSA also developed a program which pairs American students with international students in order to foster cross-cultural friendships on campus and create a more dynamic environment. Additionally, CPSA also organizes social events to facilitate student-faculty relationships.
HEGSA: The Higher Education Graduate Student Association (HEGSA) works to facilitate a fellowship of students who share solidarity in the common endeavor of earning a graduate degree in higher education. To this end, the Association serves all Seton Hall Higher Education Graduate Students with three essential purposes:
1. Social Focus. The association provides opportunities for social interaction with fellow student colleagues. This is accomplished through established formal departmental events, as well as through more informal stand-alone Association events.
2. Academic Focus. The association exposes its members to student and faculty experiences so that students in every phase of the program can garner an enhanced understanding of success in the program and field of study.
3. Networking Focus. In concert with the social and academic focus, the Association provides opportunities for members to gain broader understandings of career opportunities relevant to degree attainment. Additionally, to the extent feasible, the association seeks ways to connect members directly with professional contacts in the field.
SPLASH: The School Psychology Leadership Association of Seton Hall (SPLASH) represents the interests of graduate school psychology students engaged in the enhancement of Seton Hall University's School Psychology Program. The mission of SPLASH is to heighten the awareness of and advocate for issues relevant to the professional field of school psychology.
Honors Societies: Clubs that strive to promote academic excellence in a field of study, are associated with a national organization, and provide programs to the general campus community.
Beta Alpha Psi: Beta Alpha Psi is an International Honor Society for Accounting, Finance, and Information Technology Management majors. This society supports and encourages academic and professional excellence among members who have aspirations of pursuing careers in the financial services industry. The Beta Alpha Psi Society is designed to provide its members with the discipline needed to succeed, valuable information that will enhance their effectiveness as a professional candidate, as well as the means to create a professional network that may prove to be beneficial in the future. Beta Alpha Psi also stresses the concept of "servant leadership." As such, the society participates in a number of community services activities both on and off campus. Through these events we strengthen the ties with the communities around us.
Delta Epsilon Sigma: DES is open to all undergraduate students who attend a Catholic University, a Junior or Senior and have a 3.5 GPA or higher. Delta Epsilon Sigma recognizes academic accomplishments, fosters scholarly activities and encourages a sense of intellectual community among its members. To be eligible for membership, candidates must be persons who have a record of outstanding academic accomplishment, who have shown dedication to intellectual activity, and who have accepted their responsibility of service to others by various service activities, coming from all schools/colleges and disciplines all over the university.
English Club-Sigma Tau Delta: The Seton Hall University English Club is dedicated to the love and promotion of literature. We conduct regular readings, host service projects, and more. Each of our events is open to the entire Seton Hall community, allowing students to interact with the English professors who frequent our meetings. By attending English Club events, students earn credit for Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honorary society. Qualifying students are inducted into Sigma Tau Delta their senior year.
Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) International Honor Society in Education advances quality education by inspiring teachers to prepare all learners for future challenges. We encourage quality learning by giving educators the means to implement research-based strategies, continue professional growth, assume leadership, and become master teachers. Undergraduate students (from sophomore year on) with a 3.4 CUM GPA average and graduate students with a 3.8 CUM GPA enrolled in the College of Education and Human Services automatically receive an invitation to join KDP in the Spring semester. Please note that KDP Xi Gamma Chapter programs are open to all education majors/Seton Hall students regardless of membership.
Lambda Pi Eta: Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) is the National Communication Association's official honor society at four-year colleges and universities. The goals of LPH are to recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in Communication Studies; stimulate interest in the field of Communication; promote and encourage professional development among Communication majors; provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field; establish and maintain closer relationships between faculty and students; and explore options for graduate education in Communication Studies.
National Society of Collegiate Scholars: The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honor society inviting high-achieving freshmen and sophomores. Members must have a GPA of 3.4 or above and rank in the top 20 percent of their class. NSCS is proud to offer more money for undergraduate scholarships than any other honor society nationwide. But more than that, NSCS is a growth opportunity, leadership training ground, and resource. Students who join get the tools and encouragement they need to take part in transforming the on-campus and community-wide issues that mean the most to them. Students who join find they have a wealth of resources to help with their futures: NSCS-only scholarships;leadership training; internships and careers; job leads and resources; and travel opportunities
Phi Alpha Delta: The purpose of Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity shall be to form a strong bond uniting students and teachers of the law with members of the Bench and Bar in a fraternal fellowship designed to advance the ideals of liberty and equal justice under law; to stimulate excellence in scholarship; to inspire the virtues of compassion and courage; to foster integrity and professional competence; to promote the welfare of its members; and to encourage their moral, intellectual, and cultural advancement; so that each member may enjoy a lifetime of honorable professional and public service.
Psi Chi: Psi Chi is the honors society in psychology. Members of Psi Chi must meet minimum GPA requirements in order to be inducted. Psi Chi members offer tutoring for all undergraduate psychology courses. Psi Chi also contributes to the Seton Hall community by volunteering and sponsoring events on campus.
Sigma Theta Tau: Sigma Theta Tau is the International Honor Society of Nursing. The Gamma Nu Chapter, Seton Hall University, received its charter at formal induction ceremonies on April 7, 1978. The purposes of Sigma Theta Tau are to:
- recognize superior achievement;
- recognize the development of leadership qualities;
- foster high professional standards; and
- strengthen commitment to the ideals and purposes of the profession.
Theta Alpha Kappa: Founded in 1976, TAK's mission is to recognize academic excellence in the disciplines of religious and theological studies, and it is the only national honor society to do so. Members include undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty. To be eligible for membership, students must hold at least a 3.5 G.P.A. in their studies in religion and theology, with an overall G.P.A. at Seton Hall of at least 3.0.
Tau Chi Beta: Tau Chi Beta is the Undergraduate chapter of Tau Chi Chapter Inc., a local chapter of Chi Eta Phi, Sorority, Inc. Chi Eta Phi, Sorority, Inc. is a national sorority of registered professional nurses and nursing students founded, October 16, 1932. The motto of Chi Eta Phi, Sorority, Inc., Service for Humanity is achieved through mentorship, programs, and collaboration with other organizations here at Seton Hall.
Leadership/Government: Clubs responsible for advocating and providing campus programs for fellow students through servant leadership opportunities.
CommArts Student Board: The CommArts Student Board is a partnership between the Office of the Dean and the various student organizations of the College of Communication and the Arts whose goal is to foster collaboration and community among the CommArts students. The Student Board coordinates events and philanthropic initiatives in alignment with the College’s goals and that further promote the mission of the University.
Educational Opportunity Program Student Organization (EOPSO): EOPSO is a student group that represents the Educational Opportunity Program. Our focus is to serve the EOP community as well as the entire Seton Hall student body and community through public service, informational programs and other school related events on campus. Although we are best known for our Annual Fashion Show, this year EOPSO will be a more active organization on Seton Hall's Campus.
KNOW MORE: KNOW MORE is an initiative of Student Life whose mission is to provide important education around sexual violence prevention, alcohol & other drugs, and bystander intervention to the Seton Hall University community through creative outreach programs and campaigns.
Inclusion Alliance: The goal of this initiative is to empower our current students to educate new students to develop an awareness and skill set for engaging in productive cross-cultural dialogue, education, and celebration. Student leaders will be trained to create a classroom atmosphere of self-reflection designed to challenge long-held stereotypes and to invite inclusion. By participating in the training and year-long programming, student leaders will also benefit from personal, professional, and leadership development.
MLKSA: The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Association (MLKSA) is an organization that promotes servant leadership in its members as well as in the Seton Hall community. It strives to follow in the footsteps of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The organization promotes leadership by hosting a variety of programs on and off campus to educate the students on important current and past social issues. MLKSA also hosts programs that celebrate the diversity and cultural differences that can be found at Seton Hall. Community service is also an important aspect of this organization. MLKSA does community service in the surrounding community throughout the academic year.
Student Activities Board (SAB): The Student Activities Board (SAB) is a volunteer student organization dedicated to enhancing the overall feel and energy of campus life at Seton Hall University. Through extra-curricular programming, SAB offers vibrant and cutting edge programs which are beneficial to the mind and spirit of the Seton Hall community. The Student Activities Board provides programming such as Blue Day, Winter Ball, Spring Fling, Coffee House and SHU Speaks Series just to name a few! Have a great event idea? Come to an SAB meeting and learn about what you need to do to make an event happen.
Student Government Association: The students of Seton Hall University, in order to promote the interests and opinions of the student body in matters that affect the University community; to provide an official voice of the student body on issues which affect the general welfare of the students; to increase understanding and communication between students and the University; to develop and execute programs that foster community and unity throughout the University; to ensure and strengthen the rights of students; to cultivate student organizations and activities and provide a means for their execution within the University community; establish a self-governing student body, the Student Government Association of Seton Hall University. SGA meets every Monday at 7 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
Women of Diplomacy Leadership Program: The purpose of our club is to enrich, engage, and support the female community of the School of Diplomacy. We will accomplish this by hosting panels, discussions, club meetings and other programs to our members.
American Red Cross Club: When you volunteer with the American Red Cross, you become a part of one of the largest humanitarian organizations in the world and are able to make a positive impact on your peers and in your community. Working with the Red Cross is an excellent way to make a meaningful difference in other people's lives, all while maximizing your talents, learning new skills, improving your resume and meeting new people.
Campus Crew: The purpose of the Campus Crew shall be to give a hat to every child battling cancer in America, fund childhood cancer research initiatives, provide support for children battling cancer and their families, and otherwise deliver the mission of the Love Your Melon Fund on and around the (School) campus. The Campus Crew will work toward these goals by engaging in the following activities, which is not an exhaustive list:
1. Leading the movement to eradicate pediatric cancer from the world;
2. Visiting hospitals and supporting facilities in the (School) community to donate hats to children undergoing cancer treatment and provide comfort to pediatric cancer families.
3. Organizing events that spreads the mission of the Love Your Melon Fund on (School)'s campus and in the community.
4. Inspiring other college students to get involved and make a difference on campus and in the community.
Colleges Against Cancer: Colleges Against Cancer is a fairly new club here at Seton Hall University which has already raised a total of over $100,000 for the fight against cancer. This club works diligently all year long to raise awareness to the student body about cancer. Colleges Against Cancer does many events throughout the year which include: Paint the Cafeteria Pink, Strides Walk for Breast Cancer, Battle of the Bands Kick Off, Strike Out Cancer with Athletics, Mardi Gras Kick Off, Daffodil Days where we distributed daffodils to faculty members who made a donation to the American Cancer Society, and finally Relay for Life. Relay for Life is a nationally recognized event and it is amazing to have it here on campus. This club is an essential part of Seton Hall and we look forward to growing bigger and bigger in the future.
Food Recovery Network: The Food Recovery Network is a nationwide organization with over 190 collegiate chapters that unites college students to recover the surplus, unsold food from campus dining halls that would otherwise go to waste and donates the food to local food banks/homeless shelters. It is an entirely student-run organization and, as of May 2016, the organization has donated over 1,400,000 pounds of food.
Global Medical Brigades: Global Medical Brigades works to empower volunteers and under-resourced communities to resolve global health and economic disparities and inspire all involved to collaboratively work towards an equal world. Students involved in the Global Medical Brigades provide access to health services in rural communities alongside doctors, staff and local leaders.
Habitat for Humanity: The Habitat for Humanity chapter at Seton Hall University is one of the largest fundraising clubs on campus. The goal of Habitat for Humanity is to eliminate homelessness as well as substandard housing throughout the world. Each year the club on campus takes about 30 students on a collegiate challenge trip in which we build houses for the homeless. During the school year, the club also works with the local affiliate in Newark to assist in the area. Through programming and advocacy about the organization, Habitat provides information to the community about the international housing crisis and the need to eliminate this problem.
MEDLIFE: Medicine, Education and Development for Low Income Families Everywhere (MEDLIFE) is an international movement that fights injustice in health, education and development worldwide. In order to effectively improve the overall health and welfare of families, a comprehensive approach including aid in medicine, education, and development, is needed. On top of the services provided on mobile clinics, MEDLIFE staff have year-round services for the patients who require additional care. Members of the Seton Hall University MEDLIFE Chapter will partake in mobile pop-up health care clinics that help families in dire need. They will assist dentists, shadow physicians and gynecologists, teach young children about dental health care, aid in pharmaceutical prescriptions and conduct triage. The participants will also help in a project to develop communities, promoting access to basic necessities and skills, which will enable the individuals to free themselves from the constraints of poverty.
Rallycap Sports: Our organization's purpose is to share a love of sports and an active life with people in the special needs community. We provide programs for soccer, baseball, dance, yoga, flag football, and golf. This program will be one of the first programs at a university, the first starting at Bowling Green University. Our sports and events are geared towards creating a safe environment for people of all abilities to have fun and flourish within our three-pillar mission. We will build a relationship between the Seton Hall Community and the surrounding community by bringing people of all abilities together. We are looking for volunteers to be coaches, buddies (students who assist our players), and our wonderful executive board. The program is volunteer based and is a great way to get people of all abilities involved!
Rotaract Club: We are the college level of Rotary International, ROTARACT is a service group on campus. We are trying to educate the SHU community and the South Orange community about some of the difficulties the world is still facing, while trying to help resolve them any way we can. We hold fundraisers to help eradicate Polio and help raise money to build wells in other countries for clean water. Our club helps students learn how to work as a team, establishes professional skills and supports volunteer efforts.
SHU Best Buddies: Seton Hall Best Buddies spreads the message of Friendship and Inclusion by creating events partnered with programs for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the South Orange area. Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization that offers volunteer opportunities to create an atmosphere of inclusion through one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living.
Skooled Mentorship Program: Skooled is a grassroots force to mitigate the inequalities in education by counseling and developing young minds to uplift their voices in order to help them achieve their highest dreams and inner passions- through mentoring, tutoring, advocacy & development. As part of a youth development organization our goal is to help students get to college, and empower them to advocate for issues that directly affect them.
Political & Social Justice: Clubs that advocate for a specific cause and/or have programming that provides a more in-depth look into politics. Some may be affiliated with a local or national group.
China and U.S. Relations Study Association: The goal of Chinese and U.S. Relations Study Association (CURSA) is to improve relations upon Chinese and U.S. students. In order to do so, CURSA works to spread the influence of Chinese culture among U.S. students and introduce Chinese students to local events.
College Democrats: The College Democrats pledges itself to support the philosophy and candidates of the Democratic Party. Furthermore, the College Democrats declares its intention to support all efforts to increase the participation of college students in Democratic affairs, as well as other political, civic, and community outreach activities. To these ends, the College Democrats shall educate and train its members so that they may be better able to:
1. Educate students and the community about the philosophy of the Democratic Party
2. Assist in the election of local, state, and national Democratic candidates
3. Affect political change on the local, state, and national level.
College Republicans: As the official voice and representative of the Republican Party on the Seton Hall University Campus, the Seton Hall College Republicans strive to support the ideals and principles of the Republican Party, to educate the Seton Hall University Community about the Republican stance on current political issues, and to provide opportunities for involvement in Republican Party politics and activities.
Global Emergency Response and Assistance – SHU: GERA-SHU is Global Emergency Response and Assistance's branch at Seton Hall University. Global Emergency Response and Assistance (GERA) is a registered 501( c) (3) organization that aims to assimilate newly admitted refugees into American society. The Seton Hall branch will enable students at Seton Hall to participate in the global community and provide them with an opportunity to assist families and individuals in need. GERA-SHU will host events and speakers that will educate and engage the Seton Hall community and fashion students into the next generation of leaders. We will also expose students to humanitarian and social work that will make them more compassionate and engaged members of society.
Pirates For Life: Pirates for Life is the student pro-life group that is dedicated to promoting the sacredness of life from conception to natural death. We plan an annual trip to the March for Life in Washington D.C and participate in many other events that promote life at all stages.
PRIDE (Protecting and Respecting Individuality, Diversity, and Equality): PRIDE is an organization at Seton Hall University dedicated to creating a safe and inviting environment for all members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community. PRIDE will host meetings and events to educate and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community at home and afar. We will stand up against injustice and discrimination in all its forms including but not limited to, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, and bigotry. We will be a voice of love and compassion for the whole community.
United Nations Association: The Seton Hall United Nations Association is a club for students interested in international affairs. The club travels to conferences at different colleges and universities to compete in a debate type setting in order to resolve various international issues and problems (both fictional and real). In the past our students have brought an end to the Mexican drug war, fought off Voldemort, and amended the IAEA's treaty in regards to nuclear energy–at least in theory. The Seton Hall United Nations Association brings an extra awareness of international occurrences to campus and helps aid students in realizing that they have the potential to change the world.
Pre-Professional: Clubs for students interested in a specific career or academic field who want to further their knowledge, skills, and networks in that area.
Accounting Club: The Seton Hall University Accounting Club is a student organization that aims to introduce students to the accounting profession and acquaint them with educational options at Seton Hall. The club reaches this goal by holding bi-weekly events/meetings that enable students to interact with professionals from firms and other accounting students.
American Association of Men in Nursing: The American Association of Men in Nursing is a national organization that encourages men of all ages to become nurses and join together with all nurses in strengthening and humanizing health care. The purposes of the organization are to support men who are nurses in their professional growth, advocate for the development and dissemination of men’s health and men in nursing and to support full participation in the nursing profession. SHU was the first school in the state to join.
American Chemical Society: The mission of the American Chemical Society chapter at Seton Hall is to provide an opportunity for SHU students interested or pursuing a chemical science related field to become better acquainted with the discipline. To provide opportunities for students to become aware of career options through discussion sessions with scientists in the chemical field to educate and speak on their discipline from both academia and industry. To promote a pride in the chemical sciences to students actively pursuing the field and educate those undecided about career options in the field.
Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA): The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting focuses on Latino students who are interested in the professional field of finance and accounting.
Biology Society: The Biology Society is a biological science focused club and is open to all students at Seton Hall who are interested in learning more about biology and related topics. The Biology Society works to teach its members about science and health issues and career opportunities through speakers, presentations, and field trips. We provide means for students to get involved in community service like through blood drives, tutoring elementary school students, and making sandwiches for the poor. While the Biology Society is an academic club, social events like bowling trips and pizza parties are held to let students forget about academia for a while and have fun with fellow classmates. The Biology Society aims to support students in their endeavors in learning Biology also to help them become more familiar with the great science community at Seton Hall.
College of Nursing Alumni Association: The College of Nursing Alumni Association is a member of the Seton Hall Alumni Federation. Graduation from Seton Hall results in automatic membership and this membership is an important means of influencing the College after graduation. The Association provides career panels for new graduates and networking for all alumni. Students are encouraged to participate in all meetings and events. Alumni also participate in mentoring of students.
Criminal Justice Association: Criminal Justice Association is a Student Organization for student studying, or interested in Criminal Justice. Our goal is to show students the broad employment opportunities within the Criminal Justice field and also to network with these employers. The Criminal Justice Association shall also utilize all possible resources to prepare students for productive careers in the Criminal Justice field.
Council of Africana Scholars: The Africana Studies Student Organization is a student run organization that focuses on the discipline of Africana Studies through academic conferences and programming on and off campus. In addition, we would like to create a chapter of the Ankh Maat Wedjau Honor Society through the National Council for Black Studies. Moreover, students will build connections with the faculty and the department to ensure that students have all the academic support and resources they need to adequately fulfill their degree requirements. In addition, the organization will also facilitate study groups and mentoring.
Data Science Club: Data Science Club at Seton Hall University seeks to prepare members for data-oriented careers through hands on projects, an educational series on the cutting edge of data science, and networking events with representatives from top data science companies.
Entrepreneurship Club: The Entrepreneurship Club offers students of all majors with great benefits by providing resources, valuable business skills, and support. We are a club open to all majors and interests that encourages collaboration and entrepreneurial growth.
Financial Planning Association: Seton Hall's Financial Planning Association is dedicated to increasing financial literacy among college students and providing opportunities for students interested in wealth management. Through a specialized curriculum, guest speakers, and group discussion, we promote students to careers in wealth management, which is one of the fastest growing industries in financial services, and we prepare college students to apply financial planning to real life.
Hall Street Fund: The Hall Street Fund is a group of students who share the same interest in the study of investments.
IT Organization: The IT Organization is a source of guidance, information, and support for students interested in technology, whether they are officially studying it or not, through general meetings, workshops, speaker, and networking events. Our goals are to build a stronger IT presence on campus and connect students with the professional and educational opportunities they need to excel. If people have even a small interest in IT, it is our goal to maximize their interest, turn it into passion, and inform them of the skills and opportunities that can lie ahead.
Marketing Club: The Marketing Club serves as an opportunity for students to interact with marketing students, faculty, and professionals. The club offers informative events as well as career and networking opportunities. The events are open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. We are planning many exciting events where students will be able to learn about careers in marketing as well as network with marketing professionals. Come see what we can offer you!
Minority Association of Pre-Health Students: Minority Association of Pre-Health Students seeks to connect students in the healthcare field with various healthcare professionals. In addition, it provides a network of students who can advise and mentor other students about various classes and professors. Our club also hosts events, linking healthcare professionals and professors to students seeking guidance about the healthcare field. M.A.P.S. gives students a chance to relax at game nights we host and other similar events. Our club is dedicated to helping the student body enjoy their time at Seton Hall while helpfully guided them towards their chosen career path.
Mock Trial: Seton Hall Mock Trial is a competition-based activity wherein students participate in simulated courtroom trials. Students of various grade levels and majors act as both attorneys and witnesses on one or more Mock Trial teams. Every year, Mock Trial members compete against other college teams at the invitational and regional levels for the chance to progress to even more challenging competitions. In April of 2010, students reached the highest level of competition, facing teams from around the country at the National Championship in Memphis. Seton Hall Mock Trial offers students the opportunity to learn about the law and the United States judicial system, but also public speaking, acting, and team-building. In addition to the competitive aspect, Mock Trial members participate in on-campus activities and volunteering in order to remain active in the university community.
National Student Nurses Association: The National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) is the national organization for students in programs preparing them for registered nurse licensure. The purpose of the NSNA is to assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality health care; to provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interests and concerns; and to aid in the development of the whole person, his or her professional role and responsibility for the health care of all people. All undergraduate students in the College of Nursing are eligible to join. Members receive Imprint, the official magazine of the NSNA, is issued 4 times during the academic year, receive discounts to the American Journal of Nursing, as well as reduced rates to the NSNA and the American Nurses Association Convention. Scholarships are available through the NSNA. The New Jersey Nursing Students (NJNS) is a constituent of the national organization.
Net Impact: Net Impact is a global membership organization of Undergraduates, MBAs, Graduate Students, and Professionals using their business skills to improve the way the world does business. It is a platform for students to network with social entrepreneurs, leaders from across the globe.
New Jersey Student Education Association: The purpose of NJSEA at SHU is to bridge the gap between education groups on campus and provide them with resources that all education majors can use in both their daily and professional lives.
Philosophy Club: The Philosophy Club is an organization that promotes the discussion of broad topics. Its members engage in informal conversations and sometimes debates on various philosophical issues. It brings to Seton Hall a venue where people can exchange ideas freely. The Philosophy club meets twice a month, and places practically no demand on its members save the labor of thought.
Physics Society: The Society of Physics Students aims to create a forum for Physics students and professors to discuss their research and current topics in Physics. The club hopes to create a more comprehensive recycling program at the university and to try to incorporate Green Technology at Seton Hall University in the near future.
Psychology Club: Psychology Club is dedicated to the forwarding of Psychology as a science while organizing events and activities that unite its members towards this cause. We offer unique opportunities that allow students to develop a relationship with Psychology Professors beyond the boundaries that are sometimes formed in class. We unite to bring an awareness of psychological disorders to our student body and surrounding community to dispel stigma that has been built around those living with a mental disorder. We provide acceptance and an expansion of knowledge to, not only the members of our club, but to our entire Seton Hall community.
Population Health Student Ambassador Program: The Population Health Student Ambassador Program provides the opportunity for eligible students who have completed NUTH 1102 to represent the College of Nursing (CON) in a variety of settings through Servant Leadership, including community engagement, mentoring, participating in CON Annual Health and Wellness Fair, recruitment, open house, or campus tours, and in the CON Minority Future Nurses Club and STARS (Striving To Achieve Reading Success) program events, and volunteering at community organizations, and CON events and committees.
Public Relations Student Society of America: Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is an organization for any student interested in public relations and communications. The PRSSA helps students gain experience in the field by providing expert advice and service to organizations on campus and within the community. The chapter is dedicated to helping students find their passion for PR and network with Seton Hall University alumni and professionals in the field.
Seton Hall Consulting: Seton Hall Consulting Group was established to provide students with the opportunity to learn about careers in consulting. If you like business, team projects, and solving problems, a career in consulting might be a good fit for you. Through this club, you will get exposure to firms through networking events, participate in case study workshops, and learn about the recruiting process. In addition, we are an official chapter of Consult Your Community where a select group of students provide pro-bono consulting to small businesses in the community. Here, you can apply what you learn in the classroom to projects dealing with marketing strategy, process improvement, and other business functions.
SHU Women in Business: Women in business have historically had different struggles than men in business. After three years of dipping our foot into the corporate world, we have noticed some trends and learned some great advice, ranging from how to network effectively, to choosing the right mentors, and even the small tips like how to build a better resume, how to pitch a start-up, and do your best for an interview. We want to give incoming women in the business world at Seton Hall the ability to rise and be competitive, by preparing them early. With a focus on women development, this club would hold peer and senior mentorship, professional development via panel discussions, speed networking events, workshops, and a bootcamp. We would also host social events for community building. Ultimately, SHU WIB's aims to develop a community of women in business to serve as a support-system to help each other reach career goals while also functioning as a platform to discuss issues pertaining to women
SHU Undergraduate NSSLHA: The mission of SHU Undergrad NSSLHA is to build community within Seton Hall University's 4+2 undergraduate dual degree program; sponsor community outreach events; raise awareness for Communication Sciences and Disorders; and raise funds for sustaining the organization and contributing to worthwhile organizations.
Society of Professional Journalists: The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) works to inspire and educate current and future journalists through professional development, highlighting the importance of high standards and ethical journalism. SPJ strives to create a climate in which journalism can be practiced more freely and fully.
Sociology Club: Sociology Club explores various topics within the field of sociology. From theory to real-world practice, Sociology Club serves as a communication apparatus between the sociology department and the student body.
Sports Networking Student Association: The Sports Networking Student Association (SNSA) is the leading "think-tank" organization for Sports Management majors or anyone looking to break into the sports industry. Through hands-on activities, events, and speakers, students are subjected to a wide range of sports-related activities. The club generally hosts two large events on-campus that provide valuable event management learning opportunities, in addition to a year end trip that is both fun and educational. Anyone that is trying to break into the competitive world of sports should become an active member in the SNSA.
Student Nurses Association: The Student Nursing Association of Seton Hall University (SNA) holds monthly meetings throughout the academic year. The purpose of the organization is to promote the objectives of NSNA and NJNS. The SNA is run by an executive board that consists of four elected student officers and committee chairpersons. Elections take place in the spring of each year. Examples of events are blood drives, food drives, health fairs and nursing home visits.
Student Social Work Association: The Student Social Work Association's (SSWA) objective is to provide support for social work students through interactive dialogue, workshops, and a variety of other activities. In addition to this, our organization also offers informative programs about social work for the entire Seton Hall Community. Our ambitions are to raise awareness about social work in everyday life to students of all majors and to make a positive impact in the community through community service projects.
Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association: The Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association is designed to support diplomacy students in their interest and exploration of the field. The goal of UDSA is to find pathways for student to pursue their desired career path.
Student Publications: Organizations dedicated to providing the campus community with annual publications produced by students.
The Diplomatic Envoy: The Diplomatic Envoy is the School of Diplomacy’s official undergraduate student-run newspaper. The Envoy covers stories from all around the globe and offers students the chance to write about topics they are passionate about while curating important foreign affairs content. The publication has weekly online editions, monthly print editions, and special themed magazine editions.
Litore Agency: The Litore Agency is Seton Hall University’s student-led strategic public relations and communications firm. The agency has provided expert advice and service to organizations on and off campus for over 20 years. Members of Litore conduct real-life public relations work to meet their client’s needs and goals. The agency has aided in providing strategic service for a multitude of diverse clientele ranging from beauty, entertainment, our university’s departments, local South Orange businesses and more.
Global Current: The Global Current is an international news radio show and podcast that airs on 89.5 FM, WSOU. We focus on international news reports and analyses, as well as interviews from professionals in the field of global affairs. Our weekly, thirty-minute show is pre-recorded in studio. Our members range from those interested in diplomacy/international relations, journalistic writing, broadcast radio, and/or technical production. We host monthly staff meetings, as well as provide training for radio and podcast production.
Pirate Television (Pirate TV): Pirate Television (Pirate TV) is the student-run and student-managed news station of the College and Seton Hall University. It is the only broadcast network on campus created by the students and for the students. Pirate TV develops skills outside the classroom and provides students with first-hand experience in creating a professional-grade news product on both sides of the camera. Pirate TV is open to all students, regardless of major. After completing orientation, students learn the layout of the program and can specify which areas they would like to learn more about. Students can experience different positions, easily discovering their broadcast niche.
The Setonian: The Setonian is the official undergraduate student newspaper of Seton Hall University. Winner of numerous New Jersey Press Association awards, The Setonian provides the latest in campus news, sports, and opinions to students, faculty, alumni and the surrounding community. The paper is currently on its 96th volume of publication and is developed by students with Professor Bruce J. Schecter as the advisor. The Setonian vows to serve the Seton Hall community and the wider surrounding area by delivering the news with a sense of integrity, honesty, and urgency in mind.
The Stillman Exchange: Official business newspaper of Seton Hall University.
Special Interest: Clubs that exist to enhance the campus community by offering targeted and entertaining programs.
Active Minds: Active Minds at Seton Hall University was established for the expressed purpose of increasing the awareness of the students, faculty, and staff at Seton Hall University about issues surrounding mental health, symptoms related to mental health disorders, and mental health resources available both on campus and in the surrounding community. Active Minds works to remove the stigma surrounding mental health disorders so that students will feel more comfortable openly discussing mental-health related issues and seeking help when it is needed.
Anime Club: We are a club who meet once a week to watch anime, or Japanese cartoons. As well as talk about common interests, whether it be these anime shows, the Japanese culture, card games, ect. The club also arrange to hold movie nights, in which we share Japanese culture via movies (such as Spirited Away) with the SHU community.
Ecology Club: Ecology club promotes ways in which students can change their habits toward making choices which are more environmentally sustainable. We also work with the newly formed sustainability committee.
First Generation Student Organization: The First Generation Student Organization aims to form a community to focus on first generation students in order to create a support system of peers, faculty and administration while providing students with academic, social, and financial resources.
Harry Potter Club: Harry Potter Club is open to all undergraduate students interested in fostering new friendships while having fun with people who enjoy, or want to become better acquainted with, the Harry Potter Franchise.
Gaming Sector: The Gaming Sector nurtures a community of gamers on Seton Hall University's campus through encouraging participation in and the watching of gaming as a recreational hobby, an art, and as a competitive sport.
International Student Association: The goal of the International Students Association is to promote diversity within Seton Hall University and provide the Seton Hall University community with the opportunity for awareness and understanding of world cultures. We aim to (1) encourage and enhance interaction among international students at Seton Hall University, (2) enable their adjustment to the new environment, and (3) help resolve issues and concerns of international students, both in the university community and in broader sectors.
Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl: The Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team provides students opportunities to participate on the national stage, presenting and defending their moral assessments of current ethical issues, including nuclear proliferation, big pharma and the opioid addiction epidemic, ethical issues concerning the NCAA and student athletes, environmental ethics, and the ethics of voting.
Pershing Rifles: Pershing Rifles is a pre-professional drill fraternity founded in 1894. This fraternity mainly focuses on military drill and holds a national convention each year for each unit to show off their drill. It was a major organization on campus in the 60s and early 70s and in 1968 the Pershing Rifle Unit (K-8) won the national drill competition.
Resident Student Association: Resident Student Association is an organization of resident students that voices the specific needs and concerns of those living on campus. They work directly with HRL administrators in an attempt to address these concerns. RSA also organizes several programs on campus throughout the year as a means of uniting the population of each residence hall. All residence hall students enrolled at Seton Hall University, who have entered into a housing contract with the University, are eligible to be members of this Association.
Seton Hall United Nations Association: UNA SHU strived to promote the awareness and appreciation of the United Nations (UN) within its own members, the Seton Hall Community, and the community at large.
Seton Hall Ducks: The Seton Hall Ducks University Chapter is open to all majors to fundraise for the preservation of America's Wetlands and is sponsored by the national organization Ducks Unlimited. There are over 130 collegiate chapters from over 35 states that we compete with but work together to fulfill the Ducks Unlimited Conservation Mission. In this club, students will gain resume-building opportunities through fundraising, promoting, meeting biologists, leadership skills, community service, conservation education, networking, volunteer opportunities, and hands-on work in the field. As a fellowship, we also spend time together doing outdoor activities as well as virtual hang outs. Everyone is entitled to choose whichever path they wish to follow
Spoon University: Spoon University at Seton Hall is an online publication that aims to create a community that shares recipes, local restaurants, and other how-to's related to cooking and adulthood.
Star Wars Club: Star Wars Club at Seton Hall creates a space for lovers of all things Star Wars to discuss, watch, and read about the intergalactic media franchise.
Third Rail SHU (TRSHU): Third Rail SHU (TRSHU) is a Seton Hall based Chapter of the Third Rail, a non-profit Supporters' Group of New York City Football Club (NYCFC).
Transfer Student Association: The Transfer Student Association serves to help transfer students acclimate to Seton Hall. This organization works directly with the Transfer Student Center to create programming and education about necessary information for transfer students.
Veggie Society: The Veggie Society is an inclusive organization made up of vegans, vegetarians and anyone else interested in the lifestyle. The club holds weekly meetings to socialize with other members and provide a space where students can talk openly about their decision.
Catholic Studies Club: The Catholic Studies Club (CSC) supports the program of Catholic Studies through a myriad of intellectual, spiritual, social and service activities that help bridge the study of Catholicism with all the other disciplines and professions taught at the university.
Gospel Choir: The Seton Hall University Gospel Choir was founded in 1972 under the name, "Jus Us" and consisted of only six members. Currently, the choir has expanded to over 60 registered members. The SHU Gospel Choir organizes themed concerts every semester. They are open to members of the Seton Hall community as well as local residents of the South Orange area, free of admission. The SHU Gospel Choir has participated in a myriad of campus events, such as International Day, Freshman Preview, Black Solidarity Day and the Sesquicentennial Campaign Closing Event. The SHU Gospel Choir also performs at off-campus locations including, but not limited to, different universities, local churches, and adult-day care centers. The SHU Gospel Choir rehearsals are held on Wednesday nights at 8:30pm in Corrigan Hall room 75.
Hillel Student Organization: The Hillel Student Organization has two primary goals. The first is to unify and build a strong foundational community for Jewish students on Seton Hall's campus. The second is to provide a positive atmosphere through educational, social, religious, cultural, and community programming so that Jewish students have the opportunity to build meaningful connections with one another and all members of the Seton Hall community
Muslim Students Association: The Muslim Student Association (MSA) is an inter-religious, intercultural Student organization whose purpose is to raise consciousness and foster intelligent dialogue and understanding about Islamic culture among members of the Seton Hall community. To implement such, we regularly host general body meetings as well as larger scale events with speakers and various other activities in accordance with our purpose.
Seton Hall Orthodox Fellowship: Seton Hall Orthodox Fellowship seeks to build community among Christian students. This organization is open to all students, particularly those of orthodox faith.