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“I transferred to Seton Hall from Syracuse because I wanted to be closer to NYC. And even though I


was also accepted to NYU, I chose Seton Hall because it felt more caring and like home. It was a


great decision; I got to be a Youth Ambassador at the UN, study


abroad in Italy, and intern with the World Food Program. The quality


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s one of the nation’s leading Catholic universities, Seton Hall provides over 90 rig- orous academic programs that are highly ranked, like our Business Lead- ership program that’s ranked #1 in the nation. Seton Hall offers all the advantages of a large research uni- versity—national reputation, chal- lenging academic programs, notable alumni, state-of-the-art facilities, renowned faculty, and extensive opportunities for internships, re- search, and scholarship—with all the benefits of a small, supportive, and nurturing environment.


Personal attention With a 14:1 student-faculty ratio and an average class size of 21, faculty know more than just your name. At Seton Hall, you can begin working on research projects with faculty as early as your freshman year, and many stu- dents even attend conferences with faculty. At Seton Hall, you’ll benefit from the close mentorship of faculty


and a community dedicated to chal- lenging and supporting you.


Hands-on learning


At Seton Hall, you learn by doing. That’s why in addition to countless opportunities for research and schol- arship, students can write for one of our three newspapers, work for the #1 ranked college radio station in the nation, conduct research for our Mar- ket Research Center, create public relations plans for local businesses, develop lesson plans for student teach- ing, or work in the sports polling cen- ter conducting polls commissioned by ESPN.


Transfer advantage We know you’ve spent valuable time and money earning your credits; that’s why we accept up to 90 transfer credits and have dedicated transfer counselors to help you make your transition to Seton Hall. Plus, we have generous fi- nancial aid and scholarship opportuni- ties exclusively for transfer students.


FAST FACTS ACADEMICS Majors and Programs: 90+ Average Class Size: 21 Student-Faculty Ratio: 14:1 Internship Opportunities: 17,000+ Students in Internships: 81% Employment Rate: 92%


STUDENT PROFILE Undergraduate Enrollment: 6,200 Freshmen Living in Campus Housing: 82%


Diversity Rate: 40% States Represented: 50 Countries Represented: 70 Gender: 55% female, 45% male Graduate Enrollment: 3,500


STUDENT LIFE NCAA Division I Sports: 14, Big East Conference


Intramural and Club Sports: 25+ Student Organizations: 130+ Greek Societies: 22


FINANCIAL AID Seton Hall Dollars Given to Students Annually: Over $100 million


Students Receiving Financial Aid: 98%


of the faculty and the tremendous opportunities I’ve had at Seton Hall have been amazing.”


— CARA RICHARDSON BRIDGEWATER, NEW JERSEY


#1 Business


Leadership program in the nation


92% employment


rate


Top 5 in the nation for


providing internships


93% of Pre-med


students admitted to medical school


98% of students


receiving grants or scholarships


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