The newly imagined University Center provides a communal gathering space, transforms the look of the Green and elevates the student experience.
Seton Hall Magazine Posts
As Dermot Quinn explains in the newly published Seton Hall University: A History, 1856-2006, the University owes its foundation to three central figures: Bishop James Roosevelt Bayley, Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton and Father Bernard McQuaid.
Seton Hall Athletics facilities have been transformed over the last 10 years to give student-athletes what they need for intercollegiate competition at the highest level while they enjoy an enhanced experience that prepares them for life after graduation. From weight training and rehabilitation to academic support and mental wellness to sport-specific instruction, students have a…
Rich Liebler ’67/M.A. ’19/Ed.S. ’20 helps young people and incarcerated veterans discover a new path.
After just about any Seton Hall women’s basketball game, when both teams are in the locker room and the court has been cleared, you might still see one player on the sidelines, mugging for pictures and signing autographs, mostly with young girls.
Doctoral student Julius Moore, a former Army drill sergeant and squad leader, shows veterans a path to post-military success through education.
Professor Michael Ambrosio makes a case for giving back to Seton Hall.
Jane McManus, executive director of the Center for Sports Media, is preparing sports journalists to thrive in an evolving media landscape.
The more students feel cared for — not only academically, but socially and spiritually — the more likely they are to graduate.