Category Archive: Clubs

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

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

Class of 2011

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

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

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

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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