Community members gathered virtually on November 7 for the Office of Student Engagement’s Annual Student Leadership Conference on inclusive leadership called "Inspiration to Impact"
Student Services News
Seton Hall, which has been lauded the Best College in America for "Holiday Events," for several years, is finding new ways to celebrate the Christmas this year.
Information to residents regarding the closing of the residence halls for the Fall 2020 semester.
Thursday, Nov.19th, 2020, at 6:30pm, via Teams, Slavic Club is sponsoring a lecture by Dr. Marta Deyrup, "The Mysterious Origins of the Slavic Alphabet".
The University has hired Toni Hindsman, '89 as its new Director of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Compliance and Title IX Coordinator.
Over the past 10 years the CHAMP program has bridged partnerships between alumni mentors and students.
University's inspired civic engagement this election season resulted in accolades from the New Jersey Department of State for registering voters and election-related initiatives and programming.
Students from numerous multicultural organizations at Seton Hall are collaborating to offer programs to "Stay Woke" during November 2020.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Important Notice for All Resident Students.
Student Services partners with the Center for Faculty Development to host a three-part series of virtual election events about classroom culture, election stress, and engaging in productive dialogue.
What are you doing on Tuesday, November 3rd? Your answer should be to: VOTE! (Unless you already submitted your absentee or mail-in ballot), but we also have some fun activities to do as well!
As we look towards the upcoming Presidential Elections next week, the Division of Student Services in partnership with campus partners including the University Libraries, Center for Faculty Development.
As the election draws near, the Center for Faculty Development and the Division of Student Services will host two community-wide sessions to provide opportunities for dialogue and discussion.
Did someone say sweater weather?! Fall at the Hall is officially upon us and we can't wait to celebrate with all of SHU!
Seton Hall University in conjunction with the South Orange and Maplewood Community Coalition on Race will cosponsor a "Community Conversation on Race" with Jelani Cobb.
The University invites alumni, students, faculty, staff and the entire Seton Hall community to participate in Seton Hall Week from Oct. 23 to 30.
Seton Hall University’s Annual Report, the document detailing what every aspect of Student Services has been up to for the past year, is getting a facelift.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Seton Hall University a grant which will benefit 140 low-income, first generation, and/or students with disabilities pursing an undergraduate degree.
Multidisciplinary experts will discuss “Unmasking Ethical Foundations in the Time of COVID: What We Owe to Each Other.
First 56 Days are a series of events encouraging students to experience everything that Seton Hall University has to offer.