- Undergraduate Admissions
- Graduate Admissions
- High School Students Admissions
- Registration Schedule
- Senior Citizen Registration
- Tuition & Fees
- Visiting Students: Matriculated students in good standing at other institutions are encouraged to take summer courses at Seton Hall University provided they have written permission from their dean or chairperson to enroll. This permission must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar prior to registration. Upon completion of the course(s), and by written request, the Office of the Registrar will forward transcripts to the home institution; the transcript charge is $5 per copy. Visiting students should use the Visiting Student Mail-In Registration Form.
- Non-matriculated Students: Non-matriculated students are welcome and should contact the Office of Enrollment Services, Bayley Hall, to obtain a Non-matric Application Form. High School students follow a different procedure (see below).
Students holding a baccalaureate degree may take a maximum of 12 graduate credits, with no more than 6 credits per semester, prior to formal admission to a graduate degree program. Consult the graduate catalog for further information. These students must receive permission from the graduate advisor in the department prior to registration.
Graduate business courses are open to non-matriculated students with the permission of the School of Business Graduate Admissions Office (973) 761-9220.
High School Students :
Dates & Deadlines 2016
Credit classes begin: July 5
Tuition and Fees*
Three-Credit Pre-College Courses $1,500, plus $49 non-refundable registration fee
Eligible high school students are welcome to take selected summer courses for college credit. Students should be entering their junior or senior year of high school, or be completing their senior year, be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale), and have written permission from their principal or guidance counselor. Interested high school students should complete the Summer 2016 Pre-College Admission/Registration Form and mail it at least two weeks prior to the start of class to:
Susan Brennan, Assistant Registrar
Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
Pre-College Refund Policy
Complete the Refund Request Form return it to the Bursar's Office 121 Bayley Hall, or fax the form to the Bursar’s Office at (973) 761-9371.
Online Registration (Seton Hall University students only)
Summer Sessions 2016 Registration begins March 7 for all Seton Hall University undergraduate and graduate students, and will remain open until summer courses commence. Students will need their registration PIN, available from their academic adviser, in order to register online.In Person Registration
Students may register in person at the Registrar Service Counter in Bayley Hall on or after April 13, 2016; hours are 8:45 a.m.- 4:45 p.m. In person registration requires that the student present a grid sheet signed by their academic adviser. Summer session classes may not be added or dropped after the day a class meets for the second time.
Per course for Credit $100 + $45
Senior citizens may take selected Summer courses at the reduced rates listed above on a space-available basis and are asked to present proof of age (65 or older) each semester. Tuition waiver forms are available from the Registrar Service Counter, Bayley Hall, at the time of registration.
|Tuition per undergraduate credit
|University registration fee
|Tuition per graduate credit (non-business)||$1,171|
|Tuition per graduate credit (business)||$1,261|
|University registration fee
Priests and Religious of the Roman Catholic Church are eligible for a 50% religious reduction in the above undergraduate and graduate tuition rates. Full-time teachers and professional administrators in Catholic elementary and secondary schools are eligible for a 50% reduction in the above graduate tuition rates. Application must be made to the Office of Enrollment Services prior to registration accompanied by verification of eligibility. The Office of Enrollment Services will provide written guidelines upon request.