Alumni & Post-Grads

Location
South Orange, NJ
Undergrads
5,023
Tuition
$34,750
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
Office of Alumni Relations
457 Center St., South Orange
Phone: (800) 992-GRAD
alumni@shu.edu
www.shu.edu/alumni
Alumni Services
  • Career Center services
  • Liberty Mutual Auto and Homeowner's Insurance
  • Library services
  • Lifetime e-mail
  • Pirate license plates
  • Pirate mentoring program
  • Reduced tuition to audit classes
Alumni Publications
The Setonian
Major Alumni Events
  • Alumni also show up for University Day, a homecoming of sorts at Seton Hall. In May, the school sponsors a black-tie gala event in Jersey City, which sees many of the distinguished alumni and faculty donating to the University's scholarship program.
  • Some of the biggest events for alumni are centered on the men's basketball team, as a Saturday game turns into a big alumni cocktail party at Continental Airlines Arena.
Famous Alumni
  • George Abbott - legendary Broadway producer, director and playwright whose accomplishments included "Pal Joey," "Damn Yankees," and "The Pajama Game"
  • Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
  • Joseph Clark - former principal of East Side High School (portrayed in the film "Lean on Me")
  • Bob Dubill - executive editor of USA Today
  • Michael Kanfer - Oscar winner for special effects for "Titanic"
  • L. Dennis Kowzlowski - former CEO of Tyco International Ltd.
  • George J. Kresge - magician, "The Amazing Kreskin"
  • Bob Ley - sports broadcaster, ABC and ESPN
  • Matt Morris - St. Louis Cardinals
  • Hon. Donald M. Payne - U.S. congressman (D-NJ)
  • Bill Raferty - sports broadcaster, ESPN, CBS and The New Jersey Nets
  • Donald Skwar - executive editor/sports, Boston Globe
  • Avie Tevanian - senior vice president of Apple
  • Mo Vaughn - New York Mets
  • E. Duke Vincent - vice-chairman of Spelling Television, executive producer Spelling Television shows "Melrose Place" and "Beverly Hills 90210"
  • Dick Vitale - sports broadcaster, ESPN and ABC
  • Max Weinberg - drummer in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, former music director for "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"
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