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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What can I do if I am not accepted directly into my major?
A: The Transfer Center advisers will do their best to assist you in tracking that major until you meet the requirements to enroll.

Q: When are classes normally offered?
A: Seton Hall typically offers courses between 8 a.m. through 9 p.m. Work with an available Transfer Center adviser for more info.

Q: Will the classes I need be filled before I can register?
A: Our advisers are curriculum experts and will always work to get you into the most appropriate schedule. While your time preferences may be full, we will work to keep you on track to graduate.

Q: Do I have to make my tuition deposit before I can see an adviser?
A: No! You are free to meet with an adviser prior to making your decision. However, if you want to register for classes, you will need to make that deposit.

Q: Should I still submit my transcripts even if I'm currently enrolled in courses at my current University?
A: YES! Submitting transcripts early allows us to do a preliminary evaluation and get you registered for the majority of your courses.

Q: When can I pick up my Seton Hall laptop?
A: You are eligible to pick up your Seton Hall issued laptop after you have deposited and enrolled as a full time student.

*If you have any additional questions, please contact a Transfer Center Adviser.

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