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Seton Hall Parents

Welcome Pirate Parents

From the Chairs of the Parents Leadership Council

When our son was accepted to Seton Hall, we never realized that there was an organization, such as the Parents Leadership Council, that would allow us to be so involved with the University, our child's education, and helping other parents be a part of their student's experiences. Read more »


Graduate GraduationGraduate Employment Rate Rises to 90%
Seton Hall's overall employment rate for the Class of 2016 has risen to 90 percent. The rate has risen steadily over the past four years even amidst a significantly growing undergraduate enrollment. The graduate school applicant acceptance rate for the Class is 96 percent.

Host an Admitted Students Event Bassan
Welcome new Pirates by hosting an Admitted Students event. We would especially like to hear from you if willing to host in Long Island, the Fort Myers area, Texas (Austin and Missouri City), Northern California or  Seattle. Please e-mail or call (973) 378-2635..

Give to the Parents Fund

pirate-simple Learning experiences that take place outside the classroom are made possible by gifts to the Parents Fund for Student Life and Leadership, which supports programs across campus, including the Student Government Association Fund, SHU Speaks Lecture Series, Foundations of Leadership Program, Student Leadership Conference, Student Emergency Fund and others. Making a gift means more than just supporting the University; it shows a strong vote of confidence and a continuing investment in students. More » 

Parents Program

Working Together for Our Students' Success

Seton Hall parents are invited to help advance the University’s goals and priorities by volunteering their time and talents, and through their financial support. The Pirate Parent Ambassador Program and the Parents Leadership Council are here to partner with you on your extraordinary journey as a parent of a Seton Hall student. From Move-in Day through Commencement, you will watch your Pirate cultivate a capacity for life-long learning and develop into an independent adult — ready to take on the world.

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