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Academic Success Center

The ASC adviser provides students with University resources and academic advising to help them become successfully declared students. Learn more about Pre-Major Advising »

Academic Resource Center

The Academic Resource Center offers services to help students reach their full potential. The ARC offers skill-building workshops in note taking, test taking strategies, time management, stress management, and preparing for final exams, in addition to individual and group tutoring. Learn more about the Academic Resource Center »

Academic Support for Student Athletes

Learning consultants and tutors work together in Academic Support Services to serve student-athletes by maintaining contact with faculty, monitoring study halls, facilitating advisement and overseeing compliance with university and NCAA academic regulations. Learn more about Academic Support Services for Student Athletes »

Campus ID Office

The Campus ID Office is responsible for issuing student, employee, vendor, visitor and temporary identification cards. The Campus ID Office also manages the Pirate's Gold program, which enables identification card holders to deposit funds into a Pirate's Gold account and to use the ID card as a debit card on campus and at participating locations throughout South Orange. Learn More about the Campus I.D. Office »

The Career Center

Whether you are a first-year or graduate level student, The Career Center offers an array of programs and services to assist you in pursuing your career aspirations. The Career Center takes pride in its strong partnerships with employers from all industries and offers a variety of recruiting venues each year. The Career Center also assists our alumni with professional career coaching for career transitions. Learn More about the Career Center »

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 

CAPS provides year-round counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, outreach, and referral services to the Seton Hall University community. Learn More about CAPS »

Dean of Students and Community Development

The mission of the Office of the Dean of Students and Community Development is to work with students, faculty, and staff to create and sustain a vital, engaged University community. 
Learn More about the Department of Student Life »

Disability Support Services

The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) coordinates accommodations and services for students with disabilities. Learn More about the Office of Disability Support Services »

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) 

EOP offers support and financial aid to qualified prospective students who demonstrate potential to perform at the college level but who may not meet regular admissions qualifications. Learn More about the Educational Opportunity Program »  

Freshman Studies 

The Freshman Studies program assists first-year college students in defining their academic and career goals. Every student has a mentor, who serves as their academic adviser during the first year, as well as a peer adviser. In addition, first-year students take a University Life course in the Fall as a part of this program. Learn More about the Freshman Studies Program »

Health Services

Seton Hall University Health Services promotes and supports health in its broadest interpretation, by providing high quality health care to University students, health education to the University community, and promoting a safe environment of caring and community.  Learn More about Health Services »

Housing and Residence Life

The Department of Housing and Residence Life at Seton Hall University is dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive living and learning environment within our residence halls.  Learn More about Housing and Residence Life »

Public Safety and Security

The Department of Public Safety and Security is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Learn More Public Safety and Security »


The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program in the Department of Military Science offers cadets a way to simultaneously attend college and train to commission as an officer in the US Army. Eligible students can receive a scholarship for up to four years, as well as a stipend. Prospective candidates can apply as incoming freshman or up until they have two years of school left. Information is available for high school students, college students, and enlisted soldiers. Learn More about ROTC »

Transfer Center

The Transfer Student Center was founded on the principles that our incoming students should have an area specifically designated to serving students transitioning from other institutions acclimate to and engage with Seton Hall University in the most effective way possible. Learn more about the Transfer Center »

Upward Bound

Upward Bound serves: high school students from low-income families; high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree; and low-income, first-generation military veterans who are preparing to enter postsecondary education. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education. Learn more about the Upward Bound Program »

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