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Which Seton Hall school or college has the best alumni? Is it Stillman or Diplomacy? Theology or Nursing? How about yours? This month we’re going to find out. Help your school or college win when you Rise to the Challenge!
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400 S Orange Ave South Orange, NJ 07079
400 South Orange AvenueUSNew JerseySouth Orange07079
(973) 761-9000shu.edu
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Home to nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offering more than 90 rigorous majors, Seton Hall’s academic excellence has been singled out for distinction by The Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek. Seton Hall's 58-acre main campus is located in the quaint town of South Orange, New Jersey, only 14 miles from Manhattan.
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"The school of Diplomacy has the best stuff."
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Christiana Birkholz
a month ago
Horrible school. I attended seton hall for about two years and I could not express how much sadness came out of me throughout those two years. My lowest point was attending this school it truly tore me apart. Professors are not there to teach or help you. The nursing school is a total joke. It's almost like their on probation for something every few years. I could not take it seriously especially when professors aren't even there to help they're just trying to fail out students to get rid of the extra students they accept into their program. Once I transferred schools I wasn't the only person who has transferred out! I found students in my classes that said they "use to attend seton hall too" and I was shocked at first to realize that many people transferred out but it was for a similar reason like me. The food is HORRIBLE while I was there. They usually change it up every year but I'm sure it still tastes like crap and makes you sick everytime you eat it. People do not like the atmosphere. It's in a horrible area and you get a pirate alert every day - gun shot, robbery, stolen things, etc. before going to this school please take that into consideration. It's dangerous and not worth over $50,000 especially when they're trying to eliminate extra students in their program. What are we paying for again? Oh yea public safety on their electronic scooters? Yea that's where all the money must be going.
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Mohit Patel
3 months ago
I love Seton Hall. That's really the only way I can put it. The community really took me in (and I'm not very socially adept), and I just feel at home here. As far as academics go, the teachers are all highly qualified in their fields and usually good at explaining things during lectures. The extracurriculars and the student body that runs them are great as well. Dorms range from acceptable to decent and as freshman what you get really is just a matter of chance. I will be returning to Seton Hall in the spring, and next year and all of the years after and possibly even for law school.
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Mark Turon
in the last week
Seton Hall is a great school with amazing professors that are always there to help and support you. My first 3 years have been wonderful and I cannot wait to finish up my last year!
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Georgio Guinta
2 months ago
It was a pleasure working with ALPFA with their Mr Seton Hall 2016 fashion show. The fundraiser helped the Save The Children Foundation, and it felt good to assist in their mission. As a vendor it was nice to be treated professionally by both students and staff. Great job!
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Jessica Brusca
a month ago
I transferred to Seton Hall after wasting a year at community college, it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I met some great people and some great professors that cared about my growth and development. To succeed, you need to be dedicated to your work and be proactive in your educational goals.
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Bobbi Sparrow
2 months ago
I earned my Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from SHU and it's the best endeavor I've undertaken, and I loved being part of the" "Seton Hall Family." Developing the ability of critical thinking was the most important outcome of my studies, which was the natural result of 24 credits in research and statistics. I loved my eight years at SHU: as a graduate assistant during my master's and early Ph.D. studies, and then as a counselor in University Counseling Services as I completed my internship and dissertation. I miss those years at Seton Hall, and I am so grateful for the professors who taught me well, and saw in me things I couldn't yet see myself.
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Jake Romanowski
5 months ago
I've gone here for close to four years now. Never once have I felt socially accepted or welcome. School programs and facilities are mediocre, but the academics are great. The student spectrum is strange and disconnected. It goes from dingy, dirt-walled frat parties to Supreme wannabees driving sports cars. No part of the spectrum is desirable to anyone of above average intelligence. So all in all, if you're a white-collar, money-driven son-of-a-broker who's robotic in their need for social interaction, you've found you place.
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Faith Fontaine
11 months ago
I have been calling for 3 weeks now to obtain my transcripts from Seton Hall University. I have not received one straight answer as to why my transcripts are being held other than that I "owe money" Not a single person I have spoken with has been able to tell me why there is a balance or where it is stemming from. I have been sent to 3 different departments all telling me they DONT KNOW where the hold is coming from. I am trying to continue my education and I have been receiving ZERO cooperation from Seton Hall University. This is unacceptable! Seton Hall claims to focus on 'academic and ethical development.' while also claiming you will be 'challenged by outstanding faculty, an evolving technologically advanced setting and values-centered curricula.' I find this to be erroneous as the staff is clueless and I have now left 3 telephone messages (Over the course of a week when they assure your call will be returned within the business day) for Miss Sandra Gibbs who has yet to return my calls. They have shown NO concern for a person who is trying to further their education. Since I am now 2 weeks away from the courses I need to sign up for, and have still been ignored by Seton Hall University I am assuming I will not be able to continue my education as planned. I am very dissappointed with the lack of response from Seton Hall and the overall chaos that has consumed what should have been a simple request for transcripts. My only option now is to seek legal recourse as the University has chosen to ignore the situation rather than rectify it.
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