More than 130 employers are expected to participate in the Sept. 18 Career Fair for current Seton Hall students and alumni.
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Seton Hall's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) competes in international contest.
For 25 years, Walsh Library has stood as the cornerstone of Seton Hall’s pursuit of reason within our Catholic values.
Seton Hall is welcoming three additions to its Board of Regents, including two new members and one Regent emeritus.
The Student Activities Board welcomed the Seton Hall community on the first day of classes with a petting zoo.
The first annual A&S Assembly is a ceremonial initiation into the "Oldest and Boldest" college on campus.
Campus Ministry and the Chesterton Institute announce the schedule for Fall 2019's Monthly Spanish Mass.
The Class of 2023 has broken the record for most applicants, largest class, and highest average SAT and ACT scores.
Over 168 student events and activities will end your summer on a high note and get your fall semester started right!
Intern Spotlight on Public Relations major, Emily High, who landed a summer internship working with the design and merchandising teams at The Children's Place.
Seton Hall was recognized as a "Top College," a “Best College for your Money” and as a "College of Distinction."
Shawna Cooper-Gibson, Ed.D., a national leader in academic, co-curricular and multicultural student development, has been appointed Vice President of Student Services.
Robert Kelchen was recently recognized for his contributions to the literature on higher education.
WSOU news director Robert Towey will lead a workshop at the International Student Radio Conference, University of Cambridge.
A nationally recognized leader in higher education and health care administration, Dr. Joseph E. Nyre is Seton Hall's 21st President.
Seton Hall Enrollment Services hosts a drive for the children of St. Joseph's who are in need of school supplies.
After winning in 2016, WSOU was again named a finalist for the NAB's Marconi Award for Best College Radio Station in America.
Kylie Aoki is a student who understands the value of leadership and experience.
Agnes “Tracy” Hooper Gottlieb ’75 reflects on her service to students as she moves back to full professor.
The University’s robust year of philanthropic engagement includes gifts from 11 percent of undergraduate alumni.
WSOU-FM's annual clothing drive for the Our Lady of the Sioux Church sets all-time high record for donations.
The IHS Campus welcomed colleagues from the South Orange campus for a reprisal of Only Philosophers and Theologians Make Good Doctorson April 29th.
The Archives and Special Collections Center recently acquired a diary of a 19th century Seton Hall student.