Since 1885, Seton Hill has been preparing students like you to succeed in life, whatever you choose to do, wherever your life takes you. Here, you will begin a career path with the potential to change lives. Beginning with your own.
At Seton Hill you will be studying at a university with a long history of exceptional liberal arts education and personalized instruction, so you will receive not just a top education in your field of study you will graduate with a comprehensive skill set and a deeper understanding of the arts, sciences and humanities.
A national leader in incorporating mobile technologies into teaching and learning, Seton Hill supplies every new full-time student with an iPad 2, and every incoming full-time first-year student with a MacBook Pro laptop as well. You will find your learning experience enriched by professors who design their courses to incorporate the best in emerging technology from apps to podcasts to multi-user virtual environments.
Seton Hill offers more than 30 undergraduate programs, 13 graduate programs and an adult degree program. Our comprehensive internship program and academic partnerships with local and regional corporations, health care providers, human service organizations and government agencies will provide you with practical experience in your field and a competitive edge in the job market.
Our career placement rate is currently 90% (and 36% of our students pursue advanced degrees) so you can expect to graduate with an understanding of where you're headed, and with the knowledge, contacts and resources to get you there.
Faculty members at Seton Hill are researchers, poets, clinicians, writers, scientists, psychologists, artists and business people. They are award-winners and sought-after experts in their fields, but they are educators first and they have dedicated their careers to preparing you for yours.
Seton Hill is just the right size to allow you to get to know your professors and classmates, and to make new friends that will become your professional mentors and colleagues in the years to come. You will also benefit from a network of successful Seton Hill alumni.
A Catholic university founded by the Sisters of Charity, Seton Hill embraces students of all faiths, and has continued to follow a sole mission to educate students to think and act critically, creatively, and ethically as productive members of society, committed to transforming the world.
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