Category Archive: Student Organization

Aug 01

WISO – West Indian Student Organization

WISO serves as a support to students of West Indian decent and strives to promote awareness of West Indian culture through programs and events on campus. WISO also works with other West Indian Organizations on other campuses to keep abreast of information that affects the West Indian community as well as alongside other minority organizations …

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Aug 01

Women for Afghan Women (WAW)

Women for Afghan Women (WAW) is a non-profit organization, based out of Queens New York and Afghanistan, which seeks to help disenfranchised Afghan Women by securing and protecting their rights to develop their self-potential and be represented in all areas of life. We advocate for women’s rights, challenging the norms that underpin gender-based violence wherever …

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Aug 01

Venture Crew 1856

Seton Hall’s Venture Crew 1856 is a coed scouting organization under the Boy Scouts of America. The Crew is for individuals who have an interest in high adventure activities. Past activities include pottery making, horseback riding, camping, rock climbing, and more. Our venturing oath includes our promise to do our duty to God, to strengthen …

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Aug 01

Ultimate Frisbee Club

In brief, the purpose of our club is to bring students together through an athletic game/sport which is easy to play and available to all. Ultimate Frisbee is a growing sport among the nation, and the majority of all schools have clubs/teams. This club has the goal of attending tournaments around various Universities; which will …

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Aug 01

UDSA – Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association

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 for students to voice their opinions, ideas and needs, supplementing curriculum through programming, and reaching …

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Aug 01

Student Disability Awareness

Student Disability Awareness (SDA) is a newly formed organization on campus. It’s primary goals are: to reach out, connect and support SHU students who have disabilities either temporary, or permanent; To serve as an informational resource on campus for SHU’s students with disabilities; To participate in awareness raising activities (walks, fund-raising, volunteerism) that increase knowledge …

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Aug 01

Sobriety Society

To promote social networking for students who seek to have fun in a atmosphere not containing illegal drugs or alcohol, enabling positive friendships and experiences!

Aug 01

Slavic Club

The SHU Slavic Club, originated by Prof. Anna Kuchta in 1990, as a social and cultural organization, currently with over 376 members, endeavors to introduce the Seton Hall University community to different Slavic cultures. Through Slavic music, art, trips to different Slavic events, museums, lectures and cuisines, Slavic Club tries to bridge cultural and ethnic …

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Aug 01

SHUNA – Seton Hall United Nations Association

The Seton Hall United Nations Association is a club for students interested in international affairs. The club travels to conferences at different colleges and universities to compete in a debate type setting in order to resolve various international issues and problems (both fictional and real). In the past our students have brought an end to …

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Aug 01

SHUSIL – Seton Hall University Students For Individual Liberties

SHUSIL is a club that does what its name suggests: it is interested in raising awareness and defending the Individual Liberty of students on campus. We attend conferences in various places such as D.C., Philadelphia, and New York. Additionally, most of our members and e-board are part of the Liberty Bell Newspaper

Aug 01

SHUFL – Seton Hall United for Life

The members of SHUFL shall strive to educate the community about issues affecting the sanctity of life, and to galvanize an increased respect for all human life. Not only will we attempt to raise awareness about issues destroying life (i.e. abortion, euthanasia, the death penalty, genocide, poverty, etc), but also of those threatening life (the …

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Aug 01

SHU Stand

STAND, the student-led division of the Genocide Intervention Network, envisions a world in which the international community protects civilians from genocidal violence. At its core, our mission is to empower individuals and communities with the tools to prevent and stop genocide. To do so, STAND’s Leadership Team recruits, trains, organizes and mobilizes students around the …

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Aug 01

SHU Runners For A Cause

The “Runners for a Cause” club would be an organization in which students would get together to run in order to get physically fit as well as to raise money for an array of charity causes

Aug 01

SHAI – Seton Hall Association of Indians

The Seton Hall American Indians is a group of students who are interested in learning about the American Indian culture.

Aug 01

Silent Praise Dance Ministry

Silent Praise is a dance ministry that follows after the Bible verse Romans 12:1- “I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service.” Silent Praise ministers by means of dance, drama and outreach. Through our efforts in …

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Aug 01

Setonian Chess League

By joining the Chess League, you will learn the art of an ancient game and meet new people with similar interests. 

Aug 01

Seton Hall International Programs (SHIP)

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 different backgrounds. Third, and most relevant to our university, that everyone and anyone can study …

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Aug 01

Anime Club

We are a club who meet once a week to watch anime, or Japanese cartoons. As well as talk about common interests, whether it be these anime shows, the Japanese culture, card games, ect. The club also arrange to hold movie nights, in which we share Japanese culture via movies (such as Spirited Away) with …

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Aug 01

SEA Pirates – Student Education Association

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 at a different elementary school as well as tutor at elementary and middle schools. We …

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Aug 01

Muslim Student Association

The Muslim Student Association is an organization that promotes religious tolerance. We work to bring about awareness of Islam as well as gap bridges between the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian faiths. Through cultural activities we add some fun to campus but continue to support educational programming to further educate our peers.

Aug 01

Rotaract Club of SHU

We are the college level of Rotary International, ROTARACT is a service group on campus. We are trying to educate the SHU community and the South Orange community about some of the difficulties the world is still facing, while trying to help resolve them any way we can. We hold fundraisers to help eradicate Polio …

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Aug 01

Resident Student Association

Resident Student Association is an organization of resident students that voices the specific needs and concerns of those living on campus.  They work directly with HRL administrators in an attempt to address these concerns. RSA also organizes several programs on campus throughout the year as a means of uniting the population of each residence hall. All …

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Aug 01

Red Cross Club

Members of the Red Cross Club participate in Red Cross service projects that help the campus, community, and the world.

Aug 01

Lusophone Students Association

LSA is a group for Luso students as well as any other students interested in learning about all Portuguese-speaking countries. Through our events, which include free music nights, free entertainment and free food, provide the SHU community with cultural knowledge and awareness about this vibrant, on-campus, ethnic group.

Aug 01

P.O.E.T.I.C.

P.O.E.T.I.C is an organization geared towards creating an environment for people who wish to strengthen their abilities within music, spoken word, and dance. It stands for people of education together influencing culture.

Aug 01

PIPE – Pirates of Irish Persuasion and Extraction

The purpose of Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (PIPE) is to provide a venue through which all Seton Hall University students interested in the Irish experience may explore, via participation in social, educational, and charitable activities, Irish and Irish-American traditions and culture. This organization is intended to aid members, whether of Irish or other …

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Aug 01

OPTS – Organization of Physical Therapy Students

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 charities, as well as fun events and get togethers. As a group, we regularly participate …

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Aug 01

ONE Campaign Club

The ONE Campaign is a grassroots advocacy organization committed to the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease. We hold various types of events on topics such as HIV/AIDS, water scarcity, micro-finance, literacy in the developing world, etc. We offer students the opportunity to learn the about these issues as well as understand that advocacy, …

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Aug 01

National Council of Negro Women, Imani Chapter

The National Council of Negro Women, Imani Chapter offers minority women on campus a safe haven to come and discuss issues pertaining to them. Our goal is to increase awareness of our organization on campus through co-sponsorships, excellent programs, and great relationships. We hope to not only reach minority women but women of all backgrounds.

Aug 01

Mock Trial

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 compete against other college teams at the invitational and regional levels for the chance to …

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Aug 01

MLKSA – Martin Luther King Scholarship Association

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 King Jr. The organization promotes leadership by hosting a variety of programs on and off …

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Aug 01

Kraut und Lederhosen

Kraut und Lederhosen is dedicated to represent German culture. Our goal is to improve student’s perception of Germany while informing them of modern day issues in an entertaining way. Meetings and events consist of tutoring, movies, dancing, presentations and much more to address Germany and its people. It is also important to us to foster …

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Aug 01

Italian Student Union

The Italian Student Union is a cultural organization at Seton Hall University. The ISU believes in preserving and promoting Italian culture, language and traditions. We do this through a number of different events which vary from Italian Movie Nights, Lectures, Trips to the Opera, Annual Pasta Dinners, and even Italian Mass. We strongly encourage all …

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Aug 01

International Student Association

The goal of the International Students Association is to promote diversity within Seton Hall University and provide the Seton Hall University community with the opportunity for awareness and understanding of world cultures. We aim to to (1) encourage and enhance interaction among international students at Seton Hall University, (2) enable their adjustment to the new …

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Aug 01

HOPE

H.O.P.E stands for Haitian Organization Promoting Education. Through this organization, we strive to break the misconceived stereotypes of Haitians. We do this through work shops, events and our annual ball. We strive to education the Seton Hall Campus about our culture. Due to the recent earthquake, many are curious about the Haitian culture, and our …

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Aug 01

Hook, Yard & Needle

Hook, Yarn & Needle is an organization that shares the same interest in knitting.

Aug 01

Honors Program Student Association

The Honors Program Student Association is an organization on campus that aims to expand the academic and cultural experiences of students both on and off campus that may be outside their discipline or not available to them otherwise. Examples of excursions include movie nights with discussions, guided museum trips and lectures. It consists of all …

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Aug 01

Hellenic Society

Hellenic Society is an organization that brings together all the students of Hellenic descent together in one organization.

Aug 01

Future Business Leaders of America

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 environment.

Aug 01

French Club

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 English) include cultural nights, movie nights, and food from francophone countries. This club also has …

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Aug 01

FLASH – Filipino League at Seton Hall

The Filipino League at Seton Hall (FLASH) is a minority student organization whose main objective is to educate the community, both inside and outside Seton Hall University, about Filipino culture. FLASH sponsors, participates, and performs in many Filipino, Asian, and multi-cultural events throughout the New York and New Jersey area. Although established in 1990, it …

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Aug 01

Equip.Educate.Ethiopia

We hope to provide the basic luxuries that we as Americans have been fortunate to have available to us in our elementary education.

Aug 01

EOPSO – Educational Opporutunity Program Students Organization

EOPSO is a student group that represents the Educational Opportunity Program. Our focus is to serve the EOP community as well as the entire Seton Hall student body and community through public service, informational programs and other school related events on campus. Although we are best known for our Annual Fashion Show, this year EOPSO …

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Aug 01

Entrepreneurship Club

The Entrepreneurship Club offers students of all majors with great benefits by providing resources, valuable business skills, and support. We are a club open to all majors and interests that encourages collaboration and entreprenueurial growth.

Aug 01

Ecology Club

Ecology club promotes ways in which students can change their habits toward making choices which are more environmentally sustainable. We also work with the newly formed sustainability committee.

Aug 01

Colleges Against Cancer

Colleges Against Cancer is a fairly new club here at Seton Hall University which has already raised a total of over $100,000 for the fight against cancer. This club works diligently all year long to raise awareness to the student body about cancer. Colleges Against Cancer does many events throughout the year which include: Paint …

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Aug 01

College Republicans

As the official voice and representative of the Republican Party on the Seton Hall University Campus, the Seton Hall College Republicans strive to support the ideals and principles of the Republican Party, to educate the Seton Hall University Community about the Republican stance on current political issues, and to provide opportunities for involvement in Republican …

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Aug 01

Class of 2011

The 2011 Class Council represents the senior class in helping to plan and organize important and fun events for outgoing students.

Aug 01

Chinese Student and Scholars Association

CSSA is dedicated to offer an opportunity to overseas Chinese to build their friendship, exchange ideas and promote Chinese culture. Our organization exists to help Chinese students find a home at Seton Hall University. To do this we seek to bring Chinese students together for meetings, trips, and events that will help them to connect …

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Aug 01

Buddhism For Peace

Our club mission is to culturally enrich and serve the Seton Hall community by sharing the understanding of Buddhist tradition as practiced by Soka Gakkai International-USA (SGI-USA). As a lay-Buddhist organization, SGI-USA upholds the philosophy of Nichiren school of Mahayana Buddhism, which expounds that every individual has the infinite potential and possibility to lead a …

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Aug 01

Black Student Union

Originally called the Black Student League, the Black Student Union (BSU) was founded in 1967. Its mission and purpose is to provide a foundation of unity among the Black students of Seton Hall through empowerment, education and cultural enlightenment. Since the beginning, BSU has also served to link the struggles of oppression both on campus …

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Aug 01

Black Men of Standard

Black Men of Standard is a distinct group that has been constructed to specifically address the quality and way of life in which the black male conducts and views himself among his peers and figures of authority.

Aug 01

JSU – Jewish Student Union

We are a Jewish culture club that welcomes students of all faiths and religions. We provide a place for Jewish students on campus to come and still be in touch with their Judaism. We have bi-weekly meetings and host various events throughout the year including Holocaust speakers and concerts.

Jul 29

Chavez

The Seton Hall Literary Magazine promotes the literary and artistic endeavors of the University community through the publication of volumes of creative material. The club also seeks to promote the arts, literacy, and publishing on the Seton Hall University campus and in the larger community as a whole. The Seton Hall Literary Magazine is published …

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Jul 29

College Democrats

The College Democrats pledges itself to support the philosophy and candidates of the Democratic Party. Furthermore, the College Democrats declares its intention to support all efforts to increase the participation of college students in Democratic affairs, as well as other political, civic, and community outreach activities. To these ends, the College Democrats shall educate and …

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Jul 29

SHU Dance Team

The Seton Hall University Dance Team will be celebrating its 7th year of existence during the 2010-2011 Academic Year. We are a group of young women and men who share a passion for dance and use that passion to give back to the community. We practice all various styles of dance (Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, …

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Jul 29

Habitat for Humanity

The Habitat for Humanity chapter at Seton Hall University is one of the largest fundraising clubs on campus. The goal of Habitat for Humanity is to eliminate homelessness as well as substandard housing throughout the world. Each year the club on campus takes about 30 students on a collegiate challenge trip in which we build …

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Jul 29

Gospel Choir

The Seton Hall University Gospel Choir was founded in 1972 under the name, “Jus Us” and consisted of only six members. Currently, the choir has expanded to over 60 registered members. The SHU Gospel Choir organizes themed concerts every semester. They are open to members of the Seton Hall community as well as local residents …

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Jul 29

Mythos

Mythos is a club designed to examine and appreciate all forms of mythology. We seek to learn about myths for their entertaining qualities, influences and also for their lessons. We believe that myths can offer great insight into our inner selves while simultaneously stimulating our minds. Mythos hopes to convey the value of mythology to …

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Jul 29

Udesign

UDesign Inc. is a club where Seton Hall students get a chance to explore their creative side. Our club offers an opportunity for students to work on various projects ranging from logos, to flyers, to web design. This is a club where students learn various techniques in graphic design as well as how to interact …

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Jul 29

Young Socialists for Democratic Change

The Young Socialists for a Democratic Change focuses on students interested in finding ways to make democratic changes.

Jul 29

Theater Council

The Theatre Council is a student-lead organization with the mission of promoting and producing the performing arts on campus and in surrounding communities. The organization typically produces four productions each academic year, including the annual University Day children’s show, while also sponsoring improvisational performances, sketch comedy, charity events, and social events. Students synthesize their unique …

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Jul 29

SHU Swing Dance

SHU Swing Dance is an organization that seeks to have fun while appreciating the art of swing dancing. We partake in teaching, and learning swing dance. Overall, we seek to enrich campus life by adding a spark of swing dance.

Jul 29

Soldiers for Christ

Soldiers 4 Christ Step Team Ministry is not the traditional step, or drill team, but a ministry that uses the art form of step to spread the Word of God, the Bible. As our scripture states, Jesus Christ is our commanding officer, and with Him, we fight the continuous spiritual war against the enemy, Satan, …

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Jul 29

Seton Hall University Students for Individual Liberties (SHUSIL)

SHUSIL is a club that does what its name suggests: it is interested in raising awareness and defending the Individual Liberty of students on campus. We attend conferences in various places such as D.C., Philadelphia, and New York. Additionally, most of our members and e-board are part of the Liberty Bell Newspaper.

Jul 29

Ski and Snowboard Club

The SHU Ski and Snowboard Club is a brand new club that brings together winter sports lovers for weekend trips to local mountain resorts. There are more than twenty club members with amateur, intermediate, and advanced ski and snowboard skills. They plan on taking longer trips this semester.

Jul 29

Association of Middle Eastern Culture (AMEC)

The Association of Middle Eastern Cultures is a group of students who share the same interest and backgrounds in middle eastern cultures.

Jul 29

Asian Studies Association

The Asian Studies Association is a group of students who share interests in the culture and background of Asia. We seek to further the development of Asian culture and develop our curiousity through recognition and celebration. The Asian Studies Association brings diversity and respect of other cultures to Seton Hall. Through community interaction, we strive …

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Jul 29

Anthropology Club

The Anthropology Club is an organization dedicated to creating an environment where members will strive to understand ‘what it means to be human’, through a series of open-dialogue discussions, activities, and trips. With an emphasis on cross-cultural communication and social behavior, members will gain a newfound respect and knowledge not only of the similarities that …

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Jul 29

Amnesty International

Amnesty International (AI) at SHU is a chapter of an organization that is 2.2 million members strong. AI’s mission is to conduct research and generate action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights. On campus we participate in vigils, public awareness campaigns and other events that are both fun and awareness-generating

Jul 29

African Students Association

The African Student Association (ASA) is a student organization composed of both graduate and undergraduate students at Seton Hall University whom are committed to embracing the African culture. ASA’s objectives include providing discussions with members during general meetings about the current issues in Africa; educating the Seton Hall community about the African Heritage through music, …

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Jul 29

Adelante Latino

Adelante was founded in 1972 and over the years has evolved into an organization that not only brings Latinos to the forefront of attention but also heightens the awareness of their culture and impact at Seton Hall. Adelante is committed to the empowerment of the Latino community at Seton Hall and is consistently striving to …

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