Clubs and Chapters

Seton Hall's Alumni Club program brings together graduates with similar career, service and social interests and affinities. Whether based on your involvement from your days on campus, or a new interest, joining or starting an Alumni Club is a great way to stay connected!

For more information on Alumni Clubs:
Alumni Engagement & Philanthropy
(973) 378-9822 or [email protected]

Adelante Latino/a Alumni Club
Club Leader: Jane Sanchez-Swain '05
The alumni of Adelante Latino/a Student Organization at Seton Hall gather together for socials and focus on providing support to the current students of the organization. Adelante alumni continue to carry out the organization's mission of promoting awareness about the Latino community at Seton Hall.

Alpha Sigma Phi
Club Leaders: Kyle Norwood '12 and Michael LaValle, Jr. '11
The Zeta Alpha chapter alumni club seeks to better the men of the undergraduate chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi while keeping strong the bonds of fraternal brotherhood post-graduation.

Alpha Gamma Delta, Zeta Tau Chapter Alumni Club
Club Leaders: Laura Russo '12
Open to all alumnae of the Zeta Tau chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta. Through social and philanthropic events, this group seeks to continue living their purpose as alumni, while inspiring current chapter members to stay involved with Alpha Gam and Seton Hall for years to come.

Blue Crew Alumni Club
Club Leader: Violeta Venegas '11
The Blue Crew Alumni Club is open to all former Blue Crew members who worked as tour guides and student ambassadors for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Chi Upsilon Sigma
Club Leader: Mery Arcila '13
Open to sisters of the Gamma chapter of Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority. The club works hard to develop new bonds through social and networking events, along with efforts to strengthen relationships with the sisters of the undergraduate chapter.

Department of Public Administration Alumni Club
Club Leaders: Mark Habana, M.P.A. '04 & Zenaida Steinhauer, M.P.A. '97
Graduates of the Master's in Public Administration program
Facilitates connections for alumni in this specialized field to the University and to each other through meaningful social events, an annual networking reception and by mentoring current students.

Golden Pirates
Club Leaders: Vary by individual class
Graduates of 50 years ago or more
Each fall members of this special group are invited to return to campus to celebrate their achievements and re-live their days at The Hall.

Pershing Rifles Alumni Club
Club Leader: Fred Palumbo '71
Former members of the Pershing Rifles
Members of Pershing Rifles Company K-8 stay connected through social activities, dinners and a biennial reunion.

Phi Kappa Theta (Setonian Foundation)
Club Leaders: James Spaeth '65 and Nicholas Scalera '63
Brothers of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity
Preserving the fraternal bonds and friendships made at The Hall and assisting the Phi Beta Chapter in various ways. Club members network, award scholarships and support Seton Hall.

Pi Kappa Alpha
Club Leader: David Whipple ‘96 and Domenick Di Minni '97
A group of more than 700 Pi Kappa Alpha brothers from the Eta Beta chapter that re-connect with The Hall through a variety of social, networking and community service based activities.

P.I.P.E. Alumni Club (Pirates of Irish Persuasion and Extraction)
Club Leaders: Eilish Harrington '08 and Maura Harrington, M.A. '03
The P.I.P.E. Alumni Club provides opportunities for interested alumni to develop a deeper appreciation for Irish culture and heritage through social, cultural and charitable activities.

Psi Sigma Phi
Club Leader: Haider Rizvi '06, DPT '09 & Tom Soliman '00
Open to all brothers of the Psi Sigma Phi fraternity. The Gamma chapter at Seton Hall has an emphasis on multiculturalism and service. Their goal is to establish a unique bond among men of different cultures through hard work, sacrifice, and courage from all brothers.

Recreational Sports Club
Club Leader: Varies By Season
This group allows alumni to participate in various recreational sports leagues in the tri-state area.
From dodgeball to flag football, a variety of sports are available. Membership on each team is first come, first served. If you are interested, email [email protected] to see what opportunities are available.

Setonian Newspaper Staff
Club Leaders: Brian Wisowaty '11 and Robert Corke '59
Former Setonian staff members

Connects past and present members of Seton Hall's official student newspaper. The Club hosts events that allow students and alumni to network.

Shore Setonians
Club Leaders: Walter Livingston '50 and Frank Walsh '54
Alumni of the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s residing in the Spring Lake, NJ area
The Shore Setonians have been meeting for lunch on the third Thursday of every month for more than 20 years.

Student Alumni Association
Club President: Laura Tecza '18
Membership is open to current undergraduate students only
Student advancement group which promotes Pirate Pride and connections between current students and Alumni. Learn more about the Student Alumni Association.

University Honors Program Alumni Club
Club Leaders: Brandon Caroprese '10 and Jeff Alfano '01
Former students from the Honors Program
Hosts periodic social and career development events and matches alumni mentors with current members of the Honors Program.

WSOU Alumni Club
Club Leader: Bernie Wagenblast '78
The WSOU Alumni Club is open to all former staff members of WSOU 89.5 FM. The station and its alumni have been a part of campus life since 1948. The WSOU Alumni Club allows graduates from those years to connect, network, and stay involved.

Young Alumni Council
Council President: Tela Wittig '19
Council Vice President: Neel Patel, M.B.A. '21
Graduates of the past ten years
Club members create connections with fellow alumni to facilitate a lifelong connection to Seton Hall. Learn more about the Young Alumni Council and their annual events and programs.

Zeta Beta Tau, Zeta Tau Chapter Alumni Club
Club Leaders: Mark Battaglino '88
Open to all alumni of the Zeta Tau chapter of Zeta Beta Tau. The mission of the Club is to develop dignified and purposeful social, service and recreational events to build a strong and positive relationship with Seton Hall and the community.