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About Freshman Studies
Seton Hall's award-winning Freshman Studies program is a multifaceted program designed to offer comprehensive academic advisement and guidance to help freshmen meet their personal, academic and professional goals. Learn more about Freshman Studies»

Freshman Studies at Seton Hall 


The Transfer Student Center
An award winning program since 1987, Freshman Studies has helped thousands of students transition form high school to a successful college career. Learn more about the Seton Hall Transfer Student Program »

Tutoring Resources

  • Academic Resource Center: Arts & Sciences Hall, Room 202, (973) 761-9108 or arc@shu.edu
  • Tutors in Residence: (973) 761-9172 or shuhousing@shu.edu

Mentoring and Advising

Mentors
The Mentor is a professional adviser who serves as a professor in the University Life course, as a resource for many questions about the curriculum, and as a counselor to help freshmen plan their course of study. Learn more about the Seton Hall mentors »

Peer Advisers
Incoming Seton Hall freshmen are assigned peer advisers, Seton Hall upperclassmen, to make the transition to college life as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Learn more about the Seton Hall Peer Advisors »

Summer Reading

All incoming freshmen are asked to read a selected book over the summer, before beginning their first year. The 2019 selection is Educated by Tara Westover. The Summer Reading Program, which includes a summer essay contest, Fall semester programming, and course discussions, helps to foster the common learning experience at Seton Hall. Learn more about the Seton Hall summer reading books »

Francesca Laracca

Celebrating Our Students

Recognizing students who are ambassadors of the Seton Hall mission, engaged in campus activities and contribute to the quality of student life. (Read More...)

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