Seton Hall announced its campuses will be closed on Thursday due to an incoming snowstorm, but said that classes will continue for students virtually and that the University’s business operations will continue.
The Student Government Association’s Environmental Protection and Conservation Commission (EPACC) is working to form a partnership with the South Orange Environmental Commission (SOEC) to create a more sustainable environment on campus and in South Orange.
University hosts forum to discuss strategic plan, with University Center renovation and tuition increase taking center stageBy Genevieve Krupcheck | Feb. 14
Administrators answered students’ questions about the University’s strategic plan, Harvest Our Treasures, at a virtual community forum on Feb 10, with the recently announced renovation of the University Center dominating much of the conversation.
The Health Intervention and Communication Team (HICT) warned students on Thursday that Seton Hall could implement several different mitigation steps to stop the growth of coronavirus cases on the South Orange campus.
Students living in Cabrini Hall will be forced to relocate to Xavier Hall next week so that the University can convert the building to serve as additional quarantine space, according to an email from the Health Intervention and Communication Team (HICT) sent out on Monday.
Some members of the Seton Hall community are beginning to receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccines as distribution to eligible groups continues in New Jersey and New York.
Seton Hall announced plans for a major renovation of the University Center in an email to students on Tuesday. The plans—which were announced amid a pandemic during which the University raised tuition and laid off staff in the spring—have some students questioning the timing of the project.
Seton Hall announced on Thursday that it would expand COVID-19 surveillance testing among its student body starting on Feb. 9.
Seton Hall says issue that prevented users from accessing Microsoft Teams meetings has been resolvedBy Nicholas Kerr | Feb. 4
An issue that kept some users from being able to join Microsoft Teams meetings on Thursday morning has been resolved by the company, according to Seton Hall's Department of Information Technology.
A vicious nor’easter that brought blizzard-like conditions and more than a foot of snow to New Jersey will force Seton Hall to close its campuses for a second consecutive day on Tuesday – though classes and University operations will continue remotely.
Seton Hall announced its campuses will be closed on Monday due to an incoming snowstorm, but said that classes will continue for students virtually and that the University’s business operations will continue.
South Orange Village has published its master plan, a long-term planning document which will determine the future development of the Township, as well as the Village’s relationship with Seton Hall.
Seton Hall is seeing its first coronavirus cases since the start of the new year according to an update to its coronavirus dashboard, which reported 10 new cases in the last week.
President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of November’s election came to a violent crescendo on Wednesday when a pro-Trump mob staged an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol following a rally outside the White House, where the President continued to spread misinformation about the 2020 election.
Seton Hall says it will continue in-person instruction for spring semester, will not include a spring breakBy Daniel O'Connor | Dec. 18
Seton Hall will again reopen for Hybrid Flexible or “HyFlex” instruction in January, according to an email on Thursday from the Health Information Communication Team (HICT) that outlined testing and quarantine protocols for the spring semester.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency Wednesday morning ahead of a major winter storm that is forecast to sweep through much of the northeast in the evening, bringing heavy snow, sleet and high winds.
New Jersey administers first coronavirus vaccinations, college students may have to wait ‘many weeks’By Daniel O'Connor | Dec. 15
After months of uncertainty, New Jersey took its first, albeit small, step towards ending the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday as the state began administering Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to frontline health care workers just days after it was approved for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration.
New Jersey hospitals are preparing to begin receiving the first shipments of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine as soon as the Food and Drug Administration grants an emergency use authorization to the company, Gov. Phil Murphy announced in a press conference on Friday.
Gov. Phil Murphy discouraged New Jersey residents from engaging in non-essential interstate travel at a press conference held on Wednesday, citing an elevated risk of COVID-19 spread nationwide.