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Anthropology professor Rhonda Quinn's archeological work is prompting scientists to question the evolutionary timeline of humans.
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Seton Hall professor Rhonda Quinn was part of a team that made a stone tool discovery in Kenya that she says 'throws a wrench in everything.'
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Hackensack University Health Network and Seton Hall University Sign Definitive Agreement to Form New Jersey’s Only Private School of Medicine. http://bit.ly/1FHgcZs
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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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Students from across the globe find Seton Hall's personal attention, convenient NJ location and academic excellence key to career success.
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Faith Fontaine
a month 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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Gregory Burrus
8 months ago
From a community perspective its a very beautiful campus and it has a first rate outreach program. They have a number of programs for adult students and while parking is lousy as it is in most colleges, they do provide a local transportation jitney that gets you in an out of the campus. The school is inviting in that it holds a number of programs students and community residents can attend. We have been able to use their facilities and auditoriums for a number of local events and the staff has been very accommodating.
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Mohit Patel
10 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 okay to really great 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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Cat Totoro
a year ago
I studied my Master in Seton Hall, I didn't go to other schools so I don't really know how it feels to study there. Seton Hall is small and private, they have great and responsible professors in business school, I worked for business school as an assistant and I was kinda around all the time, so I know the talks between professors, between the dean and professors, between students and professors and it all showed how much they care about the students and their career. Professors know all the students and the students are even close to the dean. Small community means the class is also small, generally a class has around 20 students, that might also be one of the reasons why it's expensive, you have more chances to speak freely in class, to ask questions, to discuss.
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Mel Dalzell
4 months ago
3.5 Stars. I'm a rising senior majoring in Dipomacy at SHU, and there are a mixture of great and not-so-great things about the school. Here's my list. The great: - The professors are highly qualified and intelligent. In the Diplomacy major, most of the professors have worked for the United Nations or various NGOs. Some are former ambassadors. I even had one who lived and worked in North Korea. Unfortunately, not all of them are great teachers... - The campus radio station, 89.5FM WSOU, is killer. There are very few worthwhile college radio stations in the United States, but this one is well-loved by rock music fans all over the world. Any student can work there. It's a fun time and you make great friends. - The close proximity to NYC makes it easy to get internships in the city (or just hang out there on weekends.) - The town of South Orange has a lot of places to eat and drink. None of the places are that GOOD (avoid Gaslight Brewery like the plague,) but they're plentiful. Otherwise, the town is a complete snorefest. - The school is diverse. I have friends here from every continent except Antarctica. I have one roommate from Egypt and the students on the other side of my suite are from China and Canada. By the same token, SHU's foreign language programs are great. Chinese, Arabic, and Russian especially. The not-so-great: - LIES, LIES, LIES! The people who take you on campus tours as a freshman lie through their teeth about everything. "The administration wants to help you every step of the way!" "There's always something to do on campus!" "The town of South Orange is so much fun!" Ha, no, and not unless you're stone-cold drunk. (ALL of the places ID you.) Remain skeptical on your tour. - Shady administration. Bailey Hall is home to the most money-grabbing, unhelpful, inconsistent bureaucracy around. Try not to interact with them. - It's Thursday night? Evacuate the premises! It's not as bad as Ryder University, but this place is a suitcase school. No one is around over the weekend, and those who are are holed up in their dorms sleeping because what else is there to do? And while we're on the subject... - Ugh, those ramshackle dorms. X and AQ are good, but Boland and the Complex are awful. Your first year, you'll probably be in Boland. It's gross (complete with fire damage, nonadjustable thermostats, and leaking pipes) but it has a cool basement lounge. - "Gourmet" Dining Services. The food blows. It's probably about on par with your average high school cafeteria, except you have to eat it all the time. Unfortunately, all NJ schools use the same company, so we're not alone. But, like I said earlier, South Orange has a lot of dining alternatives that deliver late into the night. - We'll baptize you yet! It's a Catholic university, which is a truly strange oxymoron if you think about it. No matter what your major, the curriculum is littered with required courses on religion. No meat is served on Fridays during Lent and you can't invite friends of the opposite gender into your dorm overnight. On the whole, SHU is what you make of it. If you're independent and want to network for yourself, it's a great place. If not... meh, go somewhere else.
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Veronica Lynn
12 months ago
Top 5 in the nation for internships and highly successful graduation --> employment rate. Competitive academically. Pricey, but for the right reasons. Very close-knit community type of learning environment, beautiful campus, lovely downtown village with a ton of great places to eat, the professors are passionate, knowledgeable, and thoroughly challenge their students. Very supportive and motivating faculty. Just stay away from the irresponsible and intrusive Greek life, focus on your studies, and you'll be set for success at Seton Hall.
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Zhang Li
8 months ago
It's what you make of it. That's the same for other universities. Recent grad here (C/O2014, babeh!) and thought Seton Hall was good in many areas but slacking in others. It's a solid school with a growing reputation. There is no school spirit here, let me say first. If you go to other parts of New Jersey, you will see sweaters and shirts from other schools. I do not think I've ever seen Seton hall clothes outside of the university itself. Maybe that's good or bad, I do not know. I wore mine everywhere, even during my internship (I wore a lapel pin on my formal and biz dress) but i guess its what you do with your degree that matters. I learned a lot at Seton Hall, but some teachers drone on too much so in classes that you expect to learn about a certain topic, you end up hearing more about their opinion than what you need to know like background history, case examples, application, and much more. Most teachers are helpful but there are others you really need to constantly remind so they don't forget. Go to office hours to talk because most are busy and cant wait long to talk after class. If you go here, go elsewhere for "fun" because this town, even with a school here, does not like Seton Hall. They don't like college students in the village that's why you cant have parties or police will shut it down. Go to Hoboken, the city, JC (pretty dirty though) and Ironbound (some parts). If you can not, go to Gaslight and just drink. lol It gets full after finals so don't be surprised. ahahaha! My sister and I agree that financial aid employees are not helpful! We email almost every week to remind them of what we need on bursar but they don't do anything until the actual deadline. Then if you complain, they tell you it is your responsibility to let them know even if you email them so many times. My class mates are international students, so you will make friends with all kinds of people even just one person. The food court is alright, but you could always go to the chicken shack. My boyfriend and I go late since they are open 24 hr so it is helpful een when you study late.
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Dawn Kennedy
a year ago
My fiance and I are both Seton Hall Graduates. We enjoyed the personal attention and community feeling we received as students at Seton Hall. I interned at some of the top companies due to the Seton Hall connection. I cannot tell you how many interviews I received just because I went to Seton Hall. They offer lots of scholarship money if you know where to look, and made it quite affordable for me. The fact it is hard to get a reservation to be married in their chapel speaks to the connection students feel to their university.
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