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Seton Hall raises tuition, citing inflation

Seton Hall will raise undergraduate tuition, room and board by 4.4 percent for the fall semester, the Office of the Chief Financial Officer announced in an email on June 20.

Under the 2022-2023 budget, tuition will cost $23,190 per semester for 12 to 18 credit hours. For on-campus residence hall accommodations, the cost will be $5,644 per semester, as well as $2,622 for an unlimited meal plan — required for residential students.

“Recognizing the fiscally challenging environment we all face, Seton Hall remains committed to cost-conscious budgeting to support the entire University community through this uncertain time,” the email, from CFO Donna McMonagle, said. “Thank you for the important role you play in that community and your continued confidence in the value of a Seton Hall education.”

The email pointed out that inflation, which reached 8.6 percent in May, has led to increasing costs.

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