Seton Hall University

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Seton Hall University


Graduates

  • 65% have a job after 6 months
  • N/A have a job after 1 year
  • N/A have a job after 2 years

Tuition

$24,720 / year

Room and Board

$10,466

Application deadline

Rolling

Application fee

$55




Educational Resources

Libraries

Group study rooms, Scholar study rooms; Archdiocese of Newark Collection, MacManus Irish Literature Collection, Murphy Civil War Collection, Chesterton Collection; Walsh Library Gallery

  • Member of library consortia.
  • 538,000 books, serial backfiles, and other material including government documents.
  • 1,305 current serial subscriptions.
  • 500,000 microforms.
  • 5,200 Audio/Visual items.
  • 54 e-books.

Museums & Art

Walsh Library Gallery annually offers a number of exhibits by various artists and cultural organizations.

Computing

Requirements

  • Students are not required to take a computer course.
  • Students are required to own or lease a computer.
  • Recommended computer operating system: Microsoft

Campus Resources

  • 5,000 computers for student use in locations such as computer center/labs, residence halls, library, student center
  • 960 Internet connections in libraries.
  • 1,096 Internet connections in classrooms.
  • 220 Internet connections in Laboratories.
  • 3,680 Internet connections elsewhere on campus.

Student accommodations

  • Email accounts are available to all students.
  • Internet access is available to all students.
  • Student web-pages are permitted.
  • Online class registration is available.
  • 100% of college-owned hosting units are available for internet access.

Wireless Internet Hotspots

  • Wifi is available in all the libraries, in all classrooms, in computer labs, in administrative/faculty offices and work areas, in all college-owned, operated, or affiliated housing, in all school buildings and on all school property
  • Campus wireless internet hotspots are not available.
  • Approximately 5,000 students can be on the network at once.

Services

Basic

nonremedial tutoring, health service, health insurance

Remedial

reading, math, writing, study skills

Counseling

career, personal, academic, psychological, religious

Career

co-op education, on-campus job interviews, internships, resume assistance, career/job search classes, alumni network, interest inventory, interview training

Campus Safety

24-hour foot and vehicle patrols, late night transport/escort service, 24-hour emergency telephones, lighted pathways/sidewalks, controlled dormitory access (key, security card, etc)

Campus Life

Housing

Overview

  • The school offers housing for students.
  • 43% of students live in school housing.
  • The school will provide assistance for off-campus housing

Types of housing available

  • 6% of housing units are Singles.
  • 70% of housing units are Doubles.
  • 13% of housing units are Triples.
  • 11% of housing units are Apartments.
  • 0% of of housing units are some other type.
  • In total, there are 8 housing buildings.

Room Accessories

  • 100% of rooms are equipped with sprinkler systems.
  • 100% of rooms are equipped with fire alarms.
  • 100% are equipped with high-speed internet connections.

Extracurricular

  • 63% of students remain on campus over the weekends, on average.
  • Alcohol is permitted on campus.
  • Popular events on campus: Peterscheim Academic Exposition (students and professors present their research), Barrio Talent Show, BSU/NCNW Formal, DOVE's Carnival of Fun, Charter Day (a lecture and campus-wide trivia contest mark the day of the University's founding), A & S Concert Series, Dhamaka Dance Competition, Greek Week (Greeks compete in community service and fun contests), MGC Step Show, MLK Celebration, Pirate King & Queen, SHU 500 Day of Service, Spring Fling, Theatre-in-the-Round Productions, University Day (fall homecoming carnival with concerts and barbecue), Walsh Library Gallery Shows, Welcome Week, Winter Ball, Many Are One (annual alumni ball), Reunion Weekend (for alumni), Fall and Spring Integrity and Professionalism Convocation (a CEO lecture series), Jim and Judy O'Brien Economic Colloquium (a panel discussion with students and experts), Public Service Month (a month of community service projects and seminars on nonprofit careers), Women's Conference (interdisciplinary conference on women's issues), World Leaders Forum (a lecture series with foreign leaders), SHU 500 (campus-wide community service day), Model UN Conference (brings together over 300 High School students from around the world), Multicultural Film and Lecture Series.
  • Student activities: choral groups, dance, drama/theater, literary magazine, music ensembles, musical theater, pep band, radio station, student government, student newspaper, student film society, television station
  • In total, there are about 109 organizations on campus.
  • Honor societies: Alpha Epsilon Delta (Pre-Med), Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology), Beta Alpha Psi (Accounting), Beta Gamma Sigma (Business), Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Association, Golden Key, Kappa Delta Pi (Education), Lambda Pi Eta (Communications), National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Order of Omega (Greek), Phi Alpha Delta (Pre-Law), Phi Alpha Theta (History), Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science), Psi Chi (Psychology), Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish Culture), Sigma Iota Rho (International Relations), Sigma Tau Delta (English), Theta Alpha Kappa (Religous Studies).
  • Religious organizations: (Appears as submitted by school) Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS), Gospel Choir, Knights of Columbus, Seton Hall United for Life (SHUFLE), Women Arise.
  • International organizations: (Appears as submitted by school) Adelante Latino/a Student Organization, African Students Association (ASA), African Student Leadership Coalition (ASLC), Asian Studies Association, Black Student Union, Filipino League at Seton Hall, French Club, Haitain Organization Promoting Education (HOPE), International Student Association, Italian Student Union, Multicultural Greek Council, National Council of Negro Women, Salaam, Seton Hall Association of Indians (SHAI), Seton Hall Union of Cuban American Students (SHUCAS), Slavic Club, West Indian Student Organization
  • Other organizations: (Appears as submitted by school) Accounting Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, American Chemical Society, Amnesty International, ARTHouse, Biology Society, Brownson Speech Debating Team, Chavez Literary Magazine, Chess Club, Classics Club, College Democrats, College Republicans, Commuter Council, Criminal Justice Association, Dance Team, Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE), Ecology Club, Economics Club, Education Opportunity Program Student Organization (EOPSO), Emergency Medical Services Club, English Club, Finance Club, Freshman Class Council, Graduate Diplomacy Council, Habitat for Humanity, History Club, Hockey Club, Human Relations Programming Council, Junior Class Council, Marketing Club, Martial Arts Club, Minority Association of Pre Health Students (MAPS), Multi-cultural Film Series, National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI), Organization of Physical Therapy Students (OPTS), Physician Assistant Student Society, Pershing Rifles, Pirate TV, Political Science Association, Psychology Club, Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Red Cross Club, Resident Student Association, Rugby Club, St. Thomas Moore Pre-Law Society, Senior Class Council, Setonian, SHU Athletic Training Association, SHU Model United Nations, Ski Club, Social Work Student Association, Society of Physics Students, Sociology Club, Sophomore Class Council, Sports Management Student Association, Student Activities Board, Student Ambassador Society, Student Government Association, Student Nurses Association, Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA), Students For Individual Liberty, Theatre Council, Touring Choir, Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association (UDSA), Volleyball Club, West Indian Student Organization, Women's Resource Center, WSOU FM, Young Socialist For Democratic Change.
  • Student papers: (Appears as submitted by school) The Setonian (weekly), The Stillman Exchange (weekly)

Travel

  • Nearest airport(s) (distance in miles): Newark, NJ (6), New York,NY (35)
  • Nearest train(s) (distance in miles): Newark, NJ (5)
  • Nearest bus-station(s) (distance in miles): Newark, NJ (5)
  • Public transportation serves the campus.
  • Not all students are permitted to have cars on campus.
  • 60% of students have a car on campus

Employment

  • School employment is available.
  • 22% of undergrads are employed with average earnings of 1,500
  • Freshman are not discouraged from working.

Greek Life

  • There are 12 fraternities
  • 5% of students are fraternity members
  • There are 13 sororities
  • 3% of students are sorority members.

ROTC

  • Army ROTC: Offered on campus
  • Navy ROTC: Not offered
  • Airforce ROTC: Not offered
  • Additional Policies

    class attendance policies set by individual instructors, honor code, hazing prohibited

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