Seton Hall is rising in the ranks of America’s elite Catholic institutions. But no matter how high it climbs, it will always be a university of opportunity. Just as when the University opened in 1856, today’s students are admitted based on their academic qualifications and character. And we remain committed to being accessible to students who are academically prepared to succeed at Seton Hall and for whom we are the right fit.
Giving to Seton Hall transforms the lives of donors and the students who benefit from their generosity. These stories show why people decide to support the University — and how their gifts create a lasting impact.
Forty-six years ago, Robert Augustine was a Seton Hall chemistry professor overseeing the work of some eight or 10 master’s degree and doctoral candidates.
Finding the best way to honor a wife, mother and mother-in-law of a family of Pirates led to the creation of the Jean A. Baldini Choir Music Scholarship, the music department’s first endowed scholarship.
Greg Summers works a block-and-a-half from the World Trade Center, and is reminded daily of the actions of firefighters, police and EMTs on 9/11.