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4 out of 5
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Degree: International Relations and Affairs
Graduation Year: 2017

The School of Diplomacy has great things going for it, but a few downfalls. The professors are all prominent in their areas of studies and very well rounded, connected, and inspiring. However, a few are not the best teachers and have difficulty connecting real-world experience with undergraduate students in the classroom. The school has great connections to the UN and hosts many useful, informative events year-round. An area of improvement would be in preparing students for real world jobs and not focusing so much on theoretical approaches; more practical skill development should be ingrained in the curriculum.

4 out of 5
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Degree: International Relations and Affairs
Graduation Year: 2016

Seton Hall University is a small school, and it creates a very small community, particularly in the diplomacy program. While this means you will be consistently exposed to the same people each year, it also means there is consistent support for one another among peers, professors and faculty. There are consistent emails about dozens of internships in a variety of fields, and open communication between career advisers and students who are willing to take advantage of their advice. The diplomacy program is geared towards preparing students for a career in the United Nations, almost to a determent, but the diplomatic theories we learn are applicable to other careers if we take time to apply them creatively.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2015

Being a prospective student can be a daunting task with all the colleges and universities to choose from. As a transfer student looking to start a second career, choosing the right college was easy for me. My criteria included whether or not my major was part of the curriculum, location, cost and ratings based on alumni/alumna. I truly loved Seton Hall University because of the teaching staff. Achieving academic excellence is no easy feat but with a supportive teaching staff to spend extra time through additional meetings it becomes more attainable. Seton Hall University was a very inviting campus with an overall friendly student body. Attending meetings, study sessions and discussions among fellow peers did not feel so lonely. Seton Hall University made it very easy to thrive both educationally and socially with the right attitude. I would definitely recommend Seton Hall University to any fellow peer interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare industry based on my own personal experiences that spanned four years.

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4 out of 5
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Degree: Chemistry
Graduation Year: 2015

Nearly all of the chemistry department professors are very good educators. There are plenty of opportunities to get hands-on research experience in any field of chemistry. On the down side, the college administration can be a mess and the graduate assistant pay is very low.

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Degree: Graphic Design
Graduation Year: 2006

College was without question the best time I ever had academically. I learned SO much not just in class, but in life. The college experience helped me grow as a person and molded me into the person I am today.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2008

As of now, it's really tough to be thankful for having gone to college. I've been working in a position that does not require a college degree for 7 years. My loan payments are as much as a rent payment so you have to choose between living on your own or paying off your loan. Even then, Seton Hall is so expensive that I may never pay it off. I'm aware that was my choice and I would advise anyone that can't afford it to stay away. In addition, all we see today are people who have achieved success without college. Nowadays creativity, thinking outside the box, crowdfunding, and social media have become much more popular avenues for people to generate income. These methods have been applauded more than the traditional go-to-school, get-good-grades, get-a-good-job method. However, depending on what you want to do, school is still very important and necessary. I would just ask future generations to place price high on the priority list. Go to a free or community college for the first 2 years, then transfer in order to avoid costs. Debt is the most expensive thing someone can take on and when we're young, we don't realize it.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2005

Small and a "suitcase" school. Class sizes for your major tended to be on the smaller size so you received more attention from your instructors. It has a strong Catholic backing and will bring you together no matter what your religion is.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

It's fine, nothing great. Get the impression that faculty/staff do not really care about student input, but I feel I received a quality education. Major commuter school, so it gets really quiet on the weekends. Good school if you want to live at home & commute.

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