In 2016, Seton Hill was awarded a $500,000 grant to establish the Office of Academic Innovation & Planning, which will help meet regional workforce needs and respond to rapid changes in the technology, healthcare, and business sectors in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Seton Hill University celebrates its Catholic heritage and spiritual tradition with the special charism of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton.
Seton Hill will open a new residence hall in Fall 2019 that will increase on-campus housing from 800 beds to 945 beds.
The expansion and restoration of Lowe Dining Hall - completed in 2018 - welcomes students into a space that maintains the historic beauty of Lowe while providing room for our growing campus community.
President Finger has made it a priority that students have access to high-quality internships and jobs upon graduation. Hailed as a national model by University Business in 2016, Fit for the World Career Readiness Program ensures that every student engages in internships, research experiences, and study abroad programs that ensure their competitiveness in the global marketplace.