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The More You Learn, the More You Earn

College is one of the best investments you can make in yourself.

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U.S. News Seton Hill Best Value GraphicSeton Hill Costs Less Than You Think

At Seton Hill, you can enjoy all the benefits of a private, career-focused liberal arts university - and pay less than you would at other schools, including some state schools. That’s one of the reasons U.S. News & World Report calls us a Best Value.

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$32 Million in Aid Awarded Annually by Seton Hill GraphicWhat Makes Seton Hill Such a Good Value?

Here are just a few reasons.

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  • We provide an average of $32 million every year in University aid. 
  • We work with students and families to find state, federal or private loans, grants and other sources of aid to meet remaining need. 
  • 99% of students at Seton Hill receive aid - not just as new students, but throughout their years at Seton Hill.

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  • Seton Hill’s nationally award-winning Fit for the World Program gets students involved in career planning in their first year, and throughout their time here.
  • Since most people change careers multiple times throughout their lives, Seton Hill’s Career and Professional Development Center also supports alumni.

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  • Seton Hill’s FastForward Programs allow students to earn both a bachelor's and a master’s degree - in less time, and at a reduced cost.
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Princeton Review Calls Seton Hill a Best Northeastern College
Seton Hill is distinguished as a Military Friendly School
99% of incoming freshmen receive some type of aid

We're Here to Help! Call or email any time to get answers to questions about costs, enrollment or financial aid: HelpFinReg@setonhill.edu or (724) 830-1010.