Established in 1856, the Seton Hall University is a private catholic institution located in the quaint town of South Orange, New Jersey and its nationally ranked School of Law is located in Newark. Seton Hall is one of the oldest diocesan universities in the U.S.
Seton Hall offers over 90 programs including business, communication, diplomacy and nursing in eight schools and a few graduate programs from the Stillman School of Business, School of education and School of Law, which offers an impeccable program in health care law. The most popular majors at Seton Hall University include: Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse; Biology/Biological Sciences; Humanities/Humanistic Studies; Finance and International Relations and Affairs.
The university has a total student population of more than 9,800 students of which over 6,000 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 13:1 and the acceptance rate is 67%.
Seton Hall University was ranked one of the top five universities for undergraduate internships by the International Business Times. In 2010, Business Week ranked Seton Hall’s undergraduate business as the eighth best in return on investment for private universities across the nation. To enrich the learning experience, all students are given laptops during freshman orientation, as well as during their junior year.
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Undergraduate: Fall- February 1, Spring- December 1
Graduate: Deadlines vary for each program.
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