Support the School of Diplomacy and International Relations
In this era of widespread war, pandemic disease, disregard for human life, and increasing destruction from natural disasters caused by climate change, it is more important than ever before that we prepare the next generation of leaders to ensure a more sustainable future for our children. Our students come to the School of Diplomacy driven to serve the needs of the global community. Help us to hone the skills and provide the opportunities our students will need to meet these challenges and to make a difference.
A school is defined by the character of its community. At Seton Hall, we are dedicated to developing lifelong relationships with our alumni, students, and friends. Our mission, producing servant leaders in a global society, is evident not only in the contributions we make to our community, described on the pages of the School’s website, but also in the accomplishments of our alumni and friends and the support they give to the school in turn. Your time, talents, and treasure mean so much to our students, to the School and to our global community. Please join us in educating the next generation of global servant leaders. There are many ways to get involved. We are happy to customize an opportunity for your specific skills, talents and interests. We invite you to contact Elizabeth Halpin, Associate Dean of External Affairs, for more information: (973) 275-2560 or Elizabeth.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us in Student Recruitment
Represent the School at local recruitment fairs as an alumnus or friend of the School, or contact applicants to encourage them to take the next step, attend a local prospective student event, webinar or Meet the Deans event on campus to talk about your experience of the School. Support student recruitment »
Create Internships and Career Development
Share your career path with current students and young alumni. Give a workshop or participate in a panel to provide expertise on your field. Recruit for internships and jobs in your office. Support internships and career development »
Join the Diplomacy Alumni Association
Engage with the School's Alumni Association by participating in a networking event, providing sponsorship for a social event or sharing your expertise at a continuing education event. Support us the diplomacy alumni association »
Apply to become a mentor to a student looking for real-world, career-building advice and guidance. The Diplomacy Alumni Association links 2nd year graduate students and graduating seniors with alumni and friends of the School sharing similar interests to answer questions as students prepare to enter into the working world. Support mentors »
Support Scholarships and Fellowships
Assist the School in recruiting the brightest and most deserving students to enroll in our graduate and undergraduate programs by making a gift to one of the School's funds. Give students the opportunity to extend their education beyond the classroom through practical, professional experiences including the School's study abroad seminars and unpaid internships across the globe. Support scholarships and fellowships »
Provide for excellence in teaching, student-aided faculty research and the globally impactful work of the School's four research centers. The Centers for UN and Global Governance Studies, Emerging Powers and Transnational Trends, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Global Health Studies are tackling critical international challenges affecting millions through research, publication, and programming. Support student-aided faculty research »
Give to the Annual Fund for the School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Help the University to address it most pressing needs and priorities by supporting the Annual Fund. At the same time, increase the value of your Seton Hall degree by boosting the University's ranking in U.S. News and World Report through our percentage of alumni giving. Support the School of Diplomacy and International Relations »
Join us for the Global Leadership Gala, the School's largest fundraising event, honoring individuals who have made an impact in international careers. Proceeds allow the School to host programs including the World Leaders Forum lecture series, which has featured Tony Blair, Ban Ki-moon, Kofi Annan and Mikhail Gorbachev, among others. Support events »