UPDATE: On Oct. 10, Media Relations announced that they have "no reason to believe this email represents an actual threat" after consulting with law enforcement and reviewing all available information. They also said that University community members may work and study remotely until classes resume Wednesday.
The University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) announced a partnership with Uwill, to help students reach therapists and other mental health resources based on their needs.
As COVID cases start to slowly increase and new variants continue to emerge, the FDA has approved a new COVID-19 vaccine that will arrive just in time for seasonal flu shots, according to a New York Times article. The article said the FDA and other federal officials have preferred to refer to this new booster shot as “an annual immunization effort akin to the flu vaccine.”
The announcement of Crable as the founding dean comes just after the launch of CHDCM, Seton Hall’s new college that merged the College of Communication and the Arts and the College of Education and Human Services, on Aug. 1.
Jacinda Ardern served as New Zealand's 40th prime minister from late 2017 to early 2023.
Dr. Joseph Nyre announces resignation, Provost Katia Passerini appointed as interim University presidentBy Dareen Abukwaik | July 26
Dr. Joseph Nyre will take a sabbatical leave this upcoming academic year before resigning as University President. Provost and Executive Vice President Dr. Katia Passerini has been appointed as interim president.
The Protect AFAM protest, reminiscent of Concerned44's in 2018, ended in early May with little information about the results of the May 8 and May 15 meetings
Four Seton Hall students received awards for their service ventures at a ceremony held on April 3 at Bethany Hall.
History Professor Dermot Quinn celebrated the publication of his latest book, “Seton Hall University: A History, 1856-2006,” in Bethany Hall on May 1.
Africana Studies protestors have blocked off both the South Orange Avenue and Ward Avenue entrances this afternoon on campus.
Reverend Forrest Pritchett, the Interim Director of Africana studies and the special assistant to the Provost, released a statement this evening in support of the “Protect AFAM” movement.
“Nicky Blue.” That was the nickname given by loved ones to the Seton Hall undergraduate student who died on March 16, just six days after his 20th birthday.
A campus-wide email was sent out tonight with a message from University President Dr. Joseph Nyre regarding today's demonstrations on campus.