Honoring History & Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2024! The Seton Hall University Libraries is here to wish you the best of the semester ahead as we build upon our deep and varied resource collections. We will also be offering our community traditional research assistance as before in the days ahead.

As part of our recognition of the past meeting the present, January 4th marks the Feast Day of the first American-born Saint and the Patroness of Our University, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. We have numerous resources both print and in electronic form. This information is openly shared with our local community and access is provided to interested parties across the globe.

Included below is a link to our specialized site devoted to the life, writings, and legacy of Mother Seton. Regardless of the source type each item found on this site is available for reference purposes. Additional materials are also added on a regular basis.

More information can be found via our Library Guide on St. Elizabeth Ann Seton & Family

Need additional help through the University Libraries? You can book a research appointment here: Research Appointment Site

Exploring New Subjects in 2023

In celebration of the New Year and the in spirit of embracing the start of anything and everything that might be of personal interest, the University Libraries has several resources related to the origin stories on a wide range of topics and subject areas.

Included below is a link to various resources that can serve as a beginning point if you want to look at specific items found within our collection =

Starter List of Resources – Origins

For additional information on this topic and research assistance on any subject, please feel free to contact us via the following site = https://library.shu.edu/library/research-appointments

Wishing each of you a Joyous 2023 Ahead!