In the summer of 1882, Mother Aloysia Lowe, Mother Superior of the Pennsylvania Sisters of Charity, purchased the land in Greensburg, Pa. where Seton Hill University's main hilltop campus now stands. She named the site, which consisted primarily of farmland, Seton Hill, in honor of Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, the founder of the Sisters of Charity and the first American-born saint.
Seton Hill offers more than 80 undergraduate programs, 16 graduate programs, an Adult Degree Program and a wide variety of certificates and minors through five schools:
Seton Hill also offers on-campus and online academic support for every student through the:
Become a part of our community! From floor programs and movie nights to campfires on the lawn, there's never a shortage of hospitality and companionship on campus - both inside and outside of the classroom. Whether you're commuting to campus or living in one of our residence halls, it's easy to feel at home at Seton Hill University!
As a Seton Hill student, Reeves Memorial Library will provide you with the information resources, tools and support that you need to succeed. Located right in the center of University's main hilltop campus, the Reeves Memorial Library building also houses the Reeves Learning Commons, a centralized location for learning, creating and studying.
Seton Hill’s Health Services Office promotes healthful living and provides professional outpatient care for students. Services include:
Seton Hill offers an inspirational setting for a life-changing education.
New athletic buildings, courts and fields - including fitness centers and other wellness resources that are available to athletes and non-athletes alike.
Clubs and organizations are open to all students at Seton Hill and are a great way to make new friends. The Seton Hill Student Government Association holds an Involvement Fair at the beginning of each academic year, where students have the opportunity to learn about the many clubs and organizations available at Seton Hill and meet the students involved in each. Some clubs are so popular they've become a tradition at Seton Hill, while new clubs are created by students, faculty and staff members every year.
Seton Hill University is accredited nationally by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
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