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 on campus in being the voice of minority students.
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 opportunities arise to influence attitudes and bring about change (WAW Mission Statement). The purpose of bringing a WAW chapter to Seton Hall University is to help eradicate misconceptions that many students may have towards the strife of Afghan women
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 spread the name of Seton Hall University across the nation. It is also a gathering place for people to meet, and join a new family.
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 out to Whitehead faculty and administration on behalf of members.
Programming includes but is not limited to the following: meetings, informational panels, educational trips, guest speakers, and other social events to meet the interests of the students and the goals of the organization. In addition, we commit ourselves to working with the SGA Diplomacy Senators, the Graduate Diplomacy Council, Seton Hall United Nations Association, Sigma Iota Rho, The Whitehead Envoy and other student organizations as necessary to fulfill these goals and serve our fellow students.
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 world of law related careers. The society hosts several events during the year, all aimed at helping students make the tough decisions that come with planning for law school. We also sponsor trips to law schools, as well as participate in volunteer work and fundraising events. In addition, the Mock Trial Committee, a committee under the auspice of St. Thomas More, competes in regional mock trial competitions. Membership to the St. Thomas More Pre-Law Society/Phi Alpha Delta is open to all Seton Hall students.
The Student Occupational Therapy Association consists of students who are
interested in the field of Occupational Therapy.
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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 to incorporate Green Technology at Seton Hall University in the near future.
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. The club generally hosts two large events on-campus that provide valuable event management learning opportunities, in addition to a year end trip that is both fun and educational. Anyone that is trying to break into the competitive world of sports should become an active member in the SMSA.
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 world by providing materials, educational information, online resources, policy expertise, and a network of concerned and active peers. As the Seton Hall Chapter of this international organization, SHU STAND will work to engage Seton Hall students as well as members of the surrounding community to make a difference, take action, and STAND up against genocide.
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
Book Club provides a relaxed atmosphere where students can come together and talk about the literary value about books that we have chosen to read as a unit.
The Seton Hall American Indians is a group of students who are interested in learning about the American Indian culture.
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 awareness about international affairs to Seton Hall’s campus by hosting programs that discuss certain issues. The honor society also wishes to work with other clubs to build meaningful relationships. Moving forward, Sigma Iota Rho will continue to be an active organization at Seton Hall
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
By joining the Chess League, you will learn the art of an ancient game and meet new people with similar interests.
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 abroad
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 also volunteer at the Fashion Show each year and help raise money for the Mary Jennings Memorial Scholarship. We have co-sponsored many events on campus such as the career fair. We have put together newsletters to show everyone what the College of Education has done. This year we will also have a fundraiser selling sweatshirts for the College of Education and Human Services to raise money for our club to attend the NJEA conference in Atlantic City again with the remaining funds going towards the Mary Jennings Memorial Scholarship. Our club is very active on and off campus and are willing to volunteer in any way that we can.
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.
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 boundaries that are sometimes formed in class. We unite to bring an awareness of psychological disorders to our student body and surrounding community to dispel stigma that has been built around those living with a mental disorder.
We provide acceptance and an expansion of knowledge to, not only the members of our club, but to our entire Seton Hall community.
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 community by volunteering and sponsoring events on campus.
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 qualified, well educated professionals.
PRSSA aims to foster the students’ understanding of current theories and procedures of the profession, appreciation of the highest ethical ideals and principles as well as awareness of an appropriate professional attitude. An underlying strength of PRSSA comes from its relationship with the parent society, PRSA. In public relations most say its all about the ‘who you know’ and with more the 20,000 members in 124 chapters in the major PR markets, PRSA members are the ‘who to know.’
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 a voice within the department; but more importantly, it will also act as a vehicle driving campus wide involvement and foster a sense of community among likeminded students with similar goals. This will in turn provide us with the opportunity to set up programs and events catering to our needs and interests as Political Science students.
In creating this organization, we seek to achieve three main goals. First, we seek to take ownership of our department and our education by engaging ourselves in programs and events that build upon the concepts we discuss in the classroom. Second, we seek to tune the University community in to the critical political dialogue that governs and dictates many aspects of our daily lives by developing programs that will raise awareness about key issues, elections or legislation. And finally, we seek to explore the post-graduate opportunities afforded to our field by reaching out to our alumni and industry professionals and tapping from their professional experiences.
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.
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.
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 extraction, in attaining a deeper understanding of their own cultural ideas and practices. Through heightening self-awareness, students will be equipped to effect changes for the better in the world, and will make a step toward effecting these changes through participation in the club’s charitable activities. Armed with insights gained through participation in the club, students will be empowered to forge bonds and build bridges among cultures, manifesting Seton Hall’s vision of fashioning her students as servant leaders in a global society.
The Irish are one of many ethnic groups who have contributed to the development of the United States in which we live. Even among Irish people, however, cultural experiences vary. Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction fosters an appreciation of the countless shades of green that have shaped our environment. Whereas the Irish have had a profound impact on life at Seton Hall, on the American experience, on the Catholic Church, and on Western Civilization as a whole, it is vital to examine the traditions and beliefs of this people. Understanding the values that give form to our worldview will help us to be well-rounded individuals.
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 have LSAT prep courses come in and tell us about the process and we also take trips to law schools.
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 Philosophy club meets twice a month, and places practically no demand on its members save the labor of thought.
PASSSHU focuses on students who are interested in becoming a physician assistant.
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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 in events, such as races and health fairs that promote healthy living styles and support community life. We also participate in Seton Hall events and co-sponsor seminars and health fairs.
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 the globe.
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.
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 progress to even more challenging competitions. In April of 2010, students reached the highest level of competition, facing teams from around the country at the National Championship in Memphis.
Seton Hall Mock Trial offers students the opportunity to learn about the law and the United States judicial system, but also public speaking, acting, and team-building. In addition to the competitive aspect, Mock Trial members participate in on-campus activities and volunteering in order to remain active in the university community.
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 campus to educate the students on important current and past social issues. MLKSA also hosts programs that celebrate the diversity and cultural differences that can be found at Seton Hall. Community service is also an important aspect of this organization. MLKSA does community service in the surrounding community throughout the academic year.
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 series of lectures where students learn about various fields of mathematics, current research, and raise a greater interest in the fields of mathematics and computer science. The Math/CS Club is also devoted to making opportunities for those students at Seton Hall to represent Seton Hall University at various math and academic conferences as teams and as individuals.
In 2010 the Math/CS Club constructed three teams of its members to compete in two different scholarship competitions (The NSCS Academic Bowl on March 25th and the Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Competition on April 10th) toward with goal. The Math/CS Club is also devoted to raising funds for various philanthropic causes through mathematics and computer science related programming like the annual Pi Day events giving Seton Hall students access to the ability to help others.
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 majors. We are planning many exciting events where students will be able to learn about careers in marketing as well as network with marketing professionals. Come see what we can offer you!
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 hosts events, linking healthcare professionals and professors to students seeking guidance about the healthcare field.
M.A.P.S gives students a chance to relax at game nights we host and other similar events. Our club is dedicated to helping the student body enjoy their time at Seton Hall while helpfully guided them towards their chosen career path.
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 and initiate social change by examining healthcare policies
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 National Communication Association has to offer.
Membership is open to all Communication students with an overall GPA of 3.0 and a Communications GPA of 3.25. We strive to organize academic, social, and community service events for all members, and to create a friendly community of students.
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 a closer relationship to the USA. We believe that the diversification of the Seton Hall campus is very important, which is why we stress to spread our love for the country and welcome not only German students but also anyone who might be interested in broadening their cultural perspectives.
Kraut und Lederhosen is glad to give Seton Hall a glimpse of what it’s like to be German or even live in Germany. Willkommen in Deutschland!
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 students to join; you do not have to be Italian to be a part of our Seton Hall family. While educating students, the Italian Student Union enhances the experiences and traditions of Italian culture.
The Investment Club is a group of students who share the same interest in the study of investments.
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 environment, and (3) help resolve issues and concerns of international students, both in the university community and in broader sectors.
The International Law Society is an honors society that gathers students who share the same interest in the study of Law.
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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 job is to inform them.
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 students enrolled in the University Honors Program, but it also opens up its events to all members of the Seton Hall community. It encourages the same level of inquiry that exists in the classroom in a more social and less formal setting between members and non-members, alike.
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 history department.
The Higher Education Graduate Student Association works to fcacilitate fellowship of students who share solidarity in the common endeavor of earning a graduate degree.
Hellenic Society is an organization that brings together all the students of Hellenic descent together in one organization.
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 the students and administration regarding administrative matters. We are also very active in organizing internationally focused events for the entire Seton Hall Community. While all graduate Diplomacy students are automatically enrolled as members of the GDC, we often partner with undergraduate organization to involve the greater Seton Hall student body in our programming.
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.
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 a French speaking aspect that occurs through our “French in the caf” program and through reading nights.
Finally we also will be holding tutoring nights to help French students with their homework, and we will be hosting trips to places like the French Culinary Institute and the French Consulate in NYC.
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 wasn’t until 1998 that FLASH took our first steps into becoming the organization we are today. A Filipino language class was established which introduced the Filipino language and history to the Seton Hall community. In that same year, an annual cultural show (now known as our Barrio Fiesta) was introduced, displaying Filipino dancing, & singing.
Through the addition of cultural workshops as well as retreats, we create the ability of our members and the rest of the Seton Hall community to be aware of the current issues facing the Filipino community and give a better understanding of Filipino roots.
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 in the field who serve as role-models to success.
Our diverse club encompasses the many aspects of the “real world,” to provide more a hands-on-approach to the business arena. Underclassmen can come in to search for an enlightenment to what real business is all about. Upperclassmen will have the opportunity to develop the leadership and professional skills needed for their next job/internship with the resources that the Finance and Economics Club will provide.
We hope to provide the basic luxuries that we as Americans have been fortunate to have available to us in our elementary education.
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.
The Seton Hall University English Club is dedicated to the love and promotion of literature. We conduct regular readings, host service projects, and more. Each of our events is open to the entire Seton Hall community, allowing students to interact with the English professors who frequent our meetings. By attending English Club events, students earn credit for Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honorary society. Qualifying students are inducted into Sigma Tau Delta their senior year.
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 Association shall also utilize all possible resources to prepare students for productive careers in the Criminal Justice field.
The 2011 Class Council represents the senior class in helping to plan and organize important and fun events for outgoing students.
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 with other Chinese students to help them adjust to the University as well as thrive in their new life here. We also seek to find ways to share our Chinese language and culture with the larger student body. Our meetings, trips and events are also open to the student body in order to promote a culture and language exchange that hopefully introduces students to the depth and beauty of China and the Chinese people.
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 fulfilling and happy life. Our philosophy respects rights and dignity of all lives and aims to coexist with other cultural and religious traditions with a strong commitment to open dialogue.
Our meetings are open to students with any beliefs, and we are committed to maintaining an atmosphere where students can freely ask questions and discuss ideas and practices related to Buddhism. The club’s main activity includes Buddhist study meetings, where we discuss a chosen topic of Buddhist concept and its application in our daily lives. In our future events, we also hope to collaborate with other clubs on-campus to host inter-faith dialogues. Through hosting such events on-campus, Buddhism for Peace club aims to contribute for the creation of a deeper inter-religious understanding at Seton Hall Campus.
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 and abroad through community outreach and upliftment. Today, the Black Student Union continues this mission and has emerged as one of the most political and powerful organizations on campus. BSU has chosent to focus on the theme of “Through Unity: Getting Involved in our Community” for the 2010-2011 Academic Year.
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.
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.
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 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 houses for the homeless. During the school year, the club also works with the local affiliate in Newark to assist in the area. Through programming and advocacy about the organization, Habitat provides information to the community about the international housing crisis and the need to eliminate this problem.
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 its members and community through presentations, movies, readings, performances and visits to museums. Our goal to is to raise awareness of the richness that mythology can bring to the lives of young and old and to preserve, as best to our ability, its legacy.
The Film Society is a club where members can watch films and discuss them. Its purpose is to help viewers differentiate between “good films” and “fun films”, so that it may open their eyes to the remarkable and interesting universe of cinema while still providing enjoyment. It is dedicated towards expanding horizons through discussions focusing on a range of topics from human conditions to pop culture to recording technology. Some films are celebrated, some films are demonized; here is the place to figure out why and why possibly not.
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Tagged cinema, film, movies
Volume was formed in order for Seton Hall students to share and expand their interests in music. The club members do this through attendance of weekly meetings, club sponsored programs as well as concerts of interest to the club.
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, enduring hardship, and ministering the gospel. Although our ministry is through step, we are also dedicated to reaching out to our peers through community service. We are open, and do not reject anyone, yet expect our beliefs and life practices to be respected by all. We do not step for the entertainment of our audience, but by the power of the Holy Spirit, we spread the Gospel to all who will listen, encouraging the downhearted and reaching out to the lost. In all that we do, we keep God first, and we always have fun.
Beta Alpha Psi is an International Honor Society for Accounting, Finance, and Information Technology Management majors. This society supports and encourages academic and professional excellence among members who have aspirations of pursuing careers in the financial services industry. The Beta Alpha Psi Society is designed to provide its members with the discipline needed to succeed, valuable information that will enhance their effectiveness as a professional candidate, as well as the means to create a professional network that may prove to be beneficial in the future. Beta Alpha Psi also stresses the concept of “servant leadership.” As such, the society participates in a number of community services activities both on and off campus. Through these events we strengthen the ties with the communities around us.
The Athletic Training Student Association focuses on helping students who are interested in the athletic field develop their future with training and skill techniques.
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Tagged health, sports
The Association of Middle Eastern Cultures is a group of students who share the same interest and backgrounds in middle eastern cultures.
The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting focuses on latino students who are interested in the professional field of finance and accounting.
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 to transcend social borders and foster relations with other groups on campus.
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Tagged Asia, culture
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 and Biochemistry via increased campus awareness of this scientific community.
Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed fraternity that promotes the ideals of Leadership, Friendship, and Service. The fraternity is community-service based, and therefore engages in many projects which provide service to the community, campus, and the nation. At Seton Hall, Alpha Phi Omega serves as an organization that helps students develop their skills as leaders, create life-long friendships, and opportunities to make a difference in the world.
Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED) is the National Health Preprofessional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in preprofessional health scholarship. AED offers opportunities for intellectual and professional development, provides a forum for students with common interests, and opportunities for students to participant in service.
Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional business fraternity. Its goal is to unite
people of the business profession to encourage professional developement among its members. We provide the Seton Hall Community with outlets to explore and understand business as well as professionalism.
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, dance, literature, food, etc; and also hosting several fundraiser events for NGO’s such as the H.E.A.L. the Children Foundation [a Kenyan Orphanage], and the SANDJI group organization which is dedicated to empowering the youth of Africa for a better continent. ASA in 2008 established the ASA Dance Troupe because of the importance of dance within African traditions. Dance is regarded as a significant mode of communication and entertainment. The African Student Association provides the entire Seton Hall Community with a sense of understanding of all major features that make up the amazing continent of Africa.
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 serve and represent all Latinos by promoting Latino awareness on campus through programming, community service and much more. Our fundamental goal in Adelante is to: Motivate Everyone Toward Achieving Success.
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 to interact with professionals from firms and other accounting students.