The Center for Faculty Development will again be hosting Faculty Lunches throughout the Spring 2019 semester.
Fran LaSala, who has worked at Seton Hall for nearly forty years, was featured on the Mike Francesa Show on WFAN radio.
Students collaborating with South Orange Village to identify and inventory trees.
As many universities face recruitment challenges, would-be Pirate applications soar by 140%,coming in sixth in the nation.
Dr. Aruna Sanyal, Director of the Writing Center and a practicing Hindu, shares her insights into the Bhagavad Gita.
Leading Women Entrepreneurs recognizes Latino Institute executive director as one of New Jersey's Top 25 Brand Builders.
Students, alumni, parents, staff and faculty will gather on campus for a weekend of festivities.
Celebrate True Blue month with us.
Environmental Studies students are teaming with the campus grounds crew to identify and inventory over 900 trees on campus.
Dr. Merold Westphal, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, is coming to Seton Hall on Sept. 27.
Ecology Club and Environmental Studies students have organized weekend day hikes during the month of September for students to explore vista points in the NJ Highlands region.
Students delve into the Hebrew Scriptures in Core I this week, looking at excerpts from Genesis and Exodus.
The annual International Celebration returns to campus with food trucks, foreign films, a Russian empress and lots more!
Seton Hall’s College of Nursing will participate in Mary’s Place by the Sea’s 7th Annual Walkathon on Saturday, September 22.
Some Core I classes continue to read the works of Plato, including the Symposium, a banquet dedicated to Eros, god of love.
Explore potential internships and entry or mid-level positions with over 125 employers at the fall Career Fair.
On Thursday, Sept 20th at 6:30 p.m. in Fahy 236, the Slavic Club will be holding presentations by its members who recently studied and worked abroad.
Professor Paula Franzese will present "Dismantling Structural Racism: Engaging Neighbors, Leaders, and Government."
Nutley is hosting "Welcome Day" with free food for Seton Hall's IHS campus on 9/21 from noon-3 p.m. in the park across the street.
Seton Hall moved up five places among the top tier of national universities in the latest guide by U.S. News & World Report.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Fall 2018 incoming graduate students at Graduate Student Orientation on August 25.
First year students begin their Core experience with readings from the Church, Socrates and Plato.
For the second year, The Career Center awarded students the "Nonprofit Intern Scholarship."
Reginald F. Butler to Lead Dialogue about Inclusion, Part of a Year-long Initiative to Support Diversity on Campus.
Celebrating the common journey shared by our community, Seton Hall launches The Lovelette Interdisciplinary Series on 9/20.