Seton Hall offers a wide variety of options for students looking for a career related to the big business of sports.
Last month, I had the pleasure of formally dedicating our new Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) campus in Nutley and Clifton, New Jersey.
Are great leaders made or born? Seton Hall has proven just how well leadership can be cultivated through its award-winning program in the Stillman School of Business.
Since the opening of Walsh Library in 1994, Seton Hall’s campus has grown increasingly modern and more beautiful.
Former President A. Gabriel Esteban’s astute outlook led to substantial growth for Seton Hall, and his plans have set the University on a course for lasting success.
Seton Hall is home because its people make it their home. Whether it was welcoming families to campus in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, or traveling to El Salvador to work in a women’s shelter, Pirates have always shown big hearts.
A call to student leadership drives dedicated Seton Hall graduates to serve in the Peace Corps. The experience is often a transformative one for all involved.
Seton Hall star golfer Lloyd Jefferson Go was the first Pirate golfer to compete in an NCAA Regional since 2000. This year, he capped his collegiate career with another trip to the NCAA Regionals.
Seton Hall and Hackensack University Health Network launch plans to create New Jersey’s only private medical school.