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The Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association, known as UDSA, is designed to serve undergraduate diplomacy majors and minors. Our goals are to provide support to these students by responding to their needs, including but not limited to providing an open forum … Continue reading
St. Thomas More Pre-Law Society/Phi Alpha Delta promotes an interest in law and provides Pre-Law students with the opportunity to interact with other students interested in law. Peer advising can be extraordinarily helpful in getting to know the frequently confusing … Continue reading
The Student Occupational Therapy Association consists of students who are interested in the field of Occupational Therapy.
The Society of Physics Students aims to create a forum for Physics students and professors to discuss their research and current topics in Physics. The club hopes to create a more comprehensive recycling program at the university and to try … Continue reading
The Sports Management Student Association (SMSA) is the leading “think-tank” organization for Sports Management majors or anyone looking to break into the sports industry. Through hands-on activities, events, and speakers, students are subjected to a wide range of sports-related activities. … Continue reading
Sigma Iota Rho serves as the honors society for the Whitehead School of Diplomacy. The honor society’s members comprise of students who have excelled academically in the Diplomacy and International Relations major or minor. Sigma Iota Rho seeks to bring … Continue reading
The mission of the organization is to provide support for members in the Doctoral Program and opportunities for scholarly dialogue and leadership within the College of Nursing and University
Seton Hall International Programs (SHIP) is founded on three principles. First, that studying abroad is a life-changing and enriching experience that makes us better students, friends, people, and global citizens. Second, that educational exchange increases cultural understanding between people of … Continue reading
Members are mostly education majors and we do many service activities, both on and off campus. In the past, we have planned Christmas and Easter parties for the students at Sacred Heart in Newark. This year we will continue the parties … Continue reading
Psychology Club is dedicated to the forwarding of Psychology as a science while organizing events and activities that unite its members towards this cause. We offer unique opportunities that allow students to develop a relationship with Psychology Professors beyond the … Continue reading
Psi Chi is the honors society in psychology. Members of Psi Chi must meet minimum GPA requirements in order to be inducted. Psi Chi members offer tutoring for all undergraduate psychology courses. Psi Chi also contributes to the Seton Hall … Continue reading
The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is a student society that aims to enhance its members’ knowledge of public relations providing access to professional development opportunities. PRSSA members serve the public relations profession by helping to develop highly … Continue reading
The Political Science Department consists not only of the faculty facilitating our classes, but also us, the students. This organization will allow us to maximize our experience as students of political science at Seton Hall. It will first, give us … Continue reading
PAD is a pre-law fraternity that accepts any and all interested students who wish to apply for membership. We help students who are interested in pursuing a career in law and we have bi-weekly meetings to discuss law school. We … Continue reading
The Philosophy Club is an organization that promotes the discussion of broad topics. Its members engage in informal conversations and sometimes debates on various philosophical issues. It brings to Seton Hall a venue where people can exchange ideas freely. The … Continue reading
PASSSHU focuses on students who are interested in becoming a physician assistant.
The Organization of Physical Therapy Students (OPTS) is a club for all current students in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Seton Hall. It has academic, social, and altruistic aspects in the form of monthly meetings, fundraising for various … Continue reading
Net Impact is a global membership organization of Undergraduates, MBAs, Graduate Students, and Professionals using their business skills to improve the way the world does business. It is a platform for students to network with social entrepreneurs, leaders from across … Continue reading
Seton Hall Mock Trial is a competition-based activity wherein students participate in simulated courtroom trials. Students of various grade levels and majors act as both attorneys and witnesses on one or more Mock Trial teams. Every year, Mock Trial members … Continue reading
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Association (MLKSA) is an organization that promotes servant leadership in its members as well as in the Seton Hall community. It strives to follow in the footsteps of the late Dr. Martin Luther … Continue reading
The purpose of the Math/CS Club is to provide its members and, whenever possible, the Seton Hall University community with an education relating to mathematics and computer science. This is often done with programs that promote these interests including a … Continue reading
The Marketing Club serves as an opportunity for students to interact with marketing students, faculty, and professionals. The club offers informative events as well as career and networking opportunities. The events are open to undergraduate and graduate students of all … Continue reading
Minority Association of Pre-Health Students seeks to connect students in the healthcare field with various healthcare professionals. In addition, it provides a network of students who can adivse and mentor other students about various classes and professors. Our club also … Continue reading
Leaders in Healthcare is a student led organization dedicated to promoting leadership and evidenced-based practice, ethical activism and patient advocacy, as a means for creating a platform for exchange of ideas. We strive to develop working relationships with healthcare providers … Continue reading
Lambda Pi Eta is the collegiate honors society of the National Communication Association. We provide a collection of on-campus resources to help all Communication students achieve academic success, as well as providing a link to all of the benefits the … Continue reading
The Investment Club is a group of students who share the same interest in the study of investments.
The International Law Society is an honors society that gathers students who share the same interest in the study of Law.
The mission of the History Club is to promote historical awareness at Seton Hall University, to encourage scholarship and continued study in the field of history, and to promote sociability and build community between the students and faculty within the … Continue reading
The Higher Education Graduate Student Association works to fcacilitate fellowship of students who share solidarity in the common endeavor of earning a graduate degree.
The Graduate Diplomacy Council provides quality academic and social programs for all graduate students of the John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, helps incoming graduate students to adapt to life at the Whitehead School, and liaisons between … Continue reading
Future Business Leaders of America is an established organization nationwide that prepares students for careers in business and/or business-related fields. The main goal of FBLA on Seton Hall’s campus is to bring the working world to students in a comfortable … Continue reading
French Club is an academic organization on campus dedicated to spreading the francophone culture and French language to the students of Seton Hall University. This club explores the French language and culture many different ways. French Club meetings (hosted in … Continue reading
The Finance and Economics Club furthers the knowledge and interest of future business leaders in finance and other related fields. It fosters a sense of community amongst all students interested in business, faculty members of the Stillman School, and professionals … Continue reading
Criminal Justice Association is a Student Organization for student studying, or interested in Criminal Justice. Our goal is to show students the broad employment opportunities within the Criminal Justice field and also to network with these employers. The Criminal Justice … Continue reading
The 2011 Class Council represents the senior class in helping to plan and organize important and fun events for outgoing students.
The Classics Club is for those students interested in myth, history, literature, or the ancient world as a whole. Through club activities one will come to see continuity between the past and present day.
The Athletic Training Student Association focuses on helping students who are interested in the athletic field develop their future with training and skill techniques.
The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting focuses on latino students who are interested in the professional field of finance and accounting.
Officially a chapter of the American Chemical Society’s Student Affiliates, this organization has two main goals: fostering unity among the science students of McNulty Hall, while focusing on those involved in chemistry, the central science. promoting the Department of Chemistry … Continue reading
The Seton Hall University Accounting Club is a student organization that aims to introduce students to the accounting profession and acquaint them with educational options at Seton Hall. The club reaches this goal by holding bi-weekly events/meetings that enable students … Continue reading