The Annual Fall Career Fair is on September 21st and is slowly approaching. With the event only a few days away, there are many resources that the Career Center offers for students to prepare.
Student Services News
Seton Hall students can now access Uwill, an online therapy program, for free. As an extension of CAPS' offerings, students have the flexibility and convenience to use online mental health tools.
The percentage of freshmen who returned to Seton Hall for their second year of study has hit a six-year high of 85.2 percent.
Seton Hall University was again recognized as one of the Top Colleges in America by The Princeton Review.
The Class of 2027 has landed! With the new semester about to begin, Seton Hall welcomed 1,565 ecstatic freshmen (and their proud families) to campus this week.
Successful early launch of Uwill free teletherapy services for students is highlighted
The Department of Housing & Residence Life (HRL) is excited to welcome students to their Home at the Hall! Join us for Move-In Day, a celebrated Seton Hall tradition.
CAPS secures grant funding to hire three new interns and provide workshops through the Office of Campus Inclusion and Community to build multicultural competencies.
Assistant Vice President & Dean invited to Keynote Rutgers Student-Athlete Graduation Celebration
From April 14-16, Seton Hall’s Army ROTC Pirate Battalion took part in a combined field training exercise (CFTX) at Fort Dix with Rutgers University and Princeton University.
As you prepare to depart from your Home at the Hall, here is information about checking out of the residence halls.
To celebrate Women's History Month, Seton Hall University’s Pirate Battalion hosted a “Women in the Military” panel in collaboration with the Campus Inclusion team.
Seton Hall University is pleased to announce a $10 million anonymous commitment toward its recently renovated University Center.
Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program visits Rowan-Virtua School of Osteopathic Medicine (Stratford and Sewell campuses), Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine
Since this past August, 160 current New York Times bestsellers have been added at Walsh Library ranging from new memoirs to bestselling fiction novels.
Developed as an idea by business students in the Buccino Leadership Institute, the Career Center helped to launch Pirate’s Closet to support student success, access, and affordability.
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