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Welcome - Spring RN-to-BSN Nursing Admits

Admission for the RN-to-BSN program (BSN program for RN's) is currently on hold while faculty revise and update the program curriculum. For more information, please contact Dr. Felella Millman at felella.millman@shu.edu or (973) 275-2118.

Congratulations on your acceptance to Seton Hall University's Nursing Program! We are delighted to count you among an elite group of students accepted each year. Below is a helpful checklist of items you need to complete or consider to enroll at Seton Hall University. If you have questions about the enrolling process, please contact us at thehall@shu.edu or 1-800-THE-HALL (843-4255).

The list below is intended for RN-to-BSN and online RN-to-BSN. For transfer nursing next steps, visit our Spring Welcome Page. If you have been admitted to any other nursing program, please reach out to your adviser for information on your next steps.

  1. Confirm Your Enrollment
    Confirm your intent to enroll at Seton Hall by submitting your Confirmation of Enrollment Form along with the $250 tuition deposit.
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  2. File the FAFSA
    If you haven't already, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible and be sure to list Seton Hall’s federal school code (002632). Financial Aid Awards are mailed in late November to all students who filed the FAFSA. Please note: Second degree students are only eligible for student loans.

    Once you receive your financial aid package (i.e. award letter), you may have questions and need help understanding the awards and your next steps. We have put together a helpful video to provide you a step-by-step walk through of your award letter and address many of the most important things you should know.

    To update any of your contact information, please use the online form or contact us at thehall@shu.edu. Please note: Second degree students are only eligible for student loans.

    Start your FAFSA »

  3. Submit your Official Transcripts
    Submit all official transcripts for all college-level credit you have earned to the Office of Admissions. We will evaluate your transfer credits and provide you with an advanced standing credit evaluation via mail. We will accept up to 90 transferable credits (non-remedial, non-vocational credits) for which you have earned a C or better. If you earned a B or better in a science course from an accredited 4-year institution, you will receive credit for the equivalent Seton Hall course. All other science courses will transfer in as general elective credit, provided they meet the general credit transfer criteria.
     

    Send official transcripts to:
    Office of Admissions
    Seton Hall University 
    400 South Orange Ave.
    South Orange, NJ 07079

  4. Access PirateNet
    PirateNet is Seton Hall’s online portal and your access to your financial aid, bills, registration and more. To access the portal, visit PirateNet.shu.edu. After you submit your deposit, we will email your username and password.
     
  5. Meet with Your Adviser
    Meet with an academic adviser to evaluate your advanced standing credit evaluation and receive help with course selection and registration for the coming semester. Contact your academic advisor, Felella Millman, at (973) 275-2118.
     
  6. Get your Student ID
    Get your Student ID card and parking permit. Visit the Campus ID Office in Duffy Hall, Room 63, to get both your ID and permit.
     
  7. Submit your Health Information
    Log in to the Student Health Portal and submit the required health information to Health Services.
     
  8. Submit your Health Insurance Waiver
    Seton Hall automatically provides a group health insurance plan which is charged to your bill. If you already have health insurance and do not want the Seton Hall plan, you must complete the insurance waiver form on PirateNet before the start of classes to avoid automatic enrollment in the Seton Hall plan and a non-refundable charge to your bill.
    Learn more about Seton Hall's plan »
     
  9. Accept Your Financial Aid Awards
    If you are interested in signing up for a payment plan, please look here for further information.  For further assistance, you can also contact the Bursar Office at bursar@shu.edu or by calling (800) 222-7183.
     
  10. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
    You and your parents should be aware that for students 18 years or older there are federal regulations that limit the ability of parents to access information about their child’s records once he/she enrolls at Seton Hall. These regulations are called FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act). This law means that parents do not have the right to view their child’s grades, transcripts, bill or financial aid, or any other educational records without the student's consent. Parents also do not have the right to call and inquire about their child’s status or activities without this written consent. We encourage you to discuss this with your parents in advance to determine if you will complete the on-line consent form. If you wish to grant such consent to your parents, you will find the on-line FERPA Authorization Form in PirateNet under the Academics tab in the FERPA section.
     
  11. Pay Your Bill
    RN-BSN students pay the per credit tuition rate. All invoices are sent electronically to your student SHU e-mail address and can viewed at PirateNet.shu.edu. The balance of the first bill, after financial aid and scholarships, is due on December 22.

    For more information on billing and payments, please visit the Bursar website or send an email to Bursar@shu.edu.

    If you have questions about Financial Aid or payment options, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 1-800-222-7183.
     
  12. Payment Plans
    Seton Hall offers interest-free internal payment plans on various schedules that students can use to pay their bill. Payment plans are not loans and are processed through the Seton Hall TouchNet payment portal. To view and setup the payment plans, please visit the Bursar FAQ.
     
  13. Save the Date 
    The first day of classes is January 17.

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