Visit the School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Visiting the campus is the best way to experience the Seton Hall community firsthand. Students and families may take a tour, learn about the admissions process, scholarship opportunities and student activities while experiencing the collegiate atmosphere. Information sessions provide an opportunity to meet faculty, administrators and enrolled students; explore our academic programs; discuss your career goals; sit in on a class, attend a World Leaders Forum event; and discover the unique opportunities available at Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy.
- Prospective Undergraduate Student Information Sessions
- Prospective Graduate Student Information Sessions
Location and Directions
The School of Diplomacy is located on Seton Hall's South Orange campus, 400 South Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ. The School occupies the ground floor of McQuaid Hall. To view a campus map and get directions, please click here.
Schedule an Appointment at the School of Diplomacy
If you would like to meet with us at the School, appointments are scheduled on a first come first serve basis. To arrange an appointment, prospective undergraduate students should contact Prof. Martin Edwards, Ph.D., Department Chair at DiplomacyUG@shu.edu. Prospective graduate students should contact Dr. Catherine Ruby, Assistant Dean of Graduate Enrollment Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tour the Seton Hall University Campus
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Seton Hall regularly schedules on campus tours for prospective undergraduate students. To schedule a campus tour please click here. Graduate tours should also be requested at email@example.com. A virtual graduate tour is also available.
Upcoming Prospective Undergraduate Student Information Sessions
Seton Hall Undergraduate Open House Events
Seton Hall's Open House is your opportunity to visit campus, learn about admissions and financial aid, and meet with faculty and current students. During these half-day events you will:
- Meet faculty and current students in your major. Learn how Seton Hall's outstanding reputation and academic excellence can lead you to success
- Walk around our park-like campus guided by a student ambassador.
- Learn about the college search process and applying to Seton Hall.
- Discover the process of applying for and receiving financial aid and scholarships.
- Meet representatives of organizations and clubs who can answer your questions and provide you with information about student life and campus activities.
Upcoming Prospective Graduate Student Information Sessions
These events are held both at the School of Diplomacy and on the road. Each session offers information about our M.A. and M.S. curriculum, including academic specializations and internships, program admission requirements and financial aid opportunities. The graduate certificate programs in Post-Conflict State Reconstruction, United Nations Studies, Global Health Management and Global Studies will also be discussed. For questions and to RSVP contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Event dates and times subject to change.
Meet the School of Diplomacy Online
Meet our Director of Graduate Admissions, Director of Internships and Career Development and current students online for a comprehensive webinar information session on graduate programs and opportunities at the School of Diplomacy. Where noted below, webinars will have a tailored focus on a specific program.
Upcoming graduate programs information webinar dates include:
- Wednesday, April 12, 12 - 1 p.m. Exec. M.S. in International Relations & Diplomatic Practice
- Wednesday, April 19, 12 - 1 p.m. for all Graduate programs.
RSVP is required. Please e-mail email@example.com, phone the Office of Graduate Admissions at (973) 275-2514, or register online.
Should you require special accommodations to participate in any events taking place on-campus due to a disability, please contact the Disability Support Services office at (973) 313-6003.