Building for Our Future

Blessing and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Ribbon CuttingThe university community is invited to a blessing and ribbon cutting ceremony at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 24 to celebrate our recently completed capital projects. These include the expansion of Aquinas Hall, construction of a new academic building, the addition to the parking deck and the purchase and renovation of 519 South Orange Avenue. The program will take place in the courtyard in front of the new academic building (the former location of Stafford Hall). The rite of blessing will be offered by Monsignor Anthony Ziccardi. A light reception will follow the ceremony.

Construction Highlights

Sign on the GreenSeton Hall is proud to announce the successful completion of a nearly $100-million program of campus infrastructure improvements, including four major building projects that cost roughly $60 million. These leading-edge academic, recreational, dormitory and transportation spaces are enhancing the University experience for a new generation of Pirates.



Aquinas Hall

aquinas hall

The addition of a fourth floor to Aquinas Hall added 64 student rooms while renovations were made throughout the dormitory.
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Parking Deck

Parking Deck

An expansion of the parking deck added nearly 600 spaces. Other improvements include updated elevators and enhanced lighting.
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Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Finished in January 2014, the new fitness center has transformed the campus community’s recreational and exercise options.
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New Academic Building

New Academic Building

Stafford Hall was replaced by an ADA-accessible building that features 12 classrooms of various sizes and direct access to Marshall Hall.
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