Elizabeth Ann Seton Hall


Seton HallLocated in the heart of campus, Seton Hall houses over 400 first-year students in a traditional corridor style building. Staffed with 12 student Resident Success Assistants and 1 professional Resident Hall Director, Seton Hall is a great environment for first-year students to get to know each other and prepare for academic success.

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Take a virtual tour of a dorm room in Seton Hall

Building Amenities

  • Over 400 first-year residential students
  • Double and Triple Occupancy Rooms
  • Shared kitchen space on each floor
  • Overnight security presence at the main entrance of the building
  • Card swipe entry at the main entrance
  • Laundry facilities on each floor
  • Vending machines located throughout the building
  • Shared gender specific common bathrooms

Room Amenities

  • Window Coverings
  • Card Swipe Entry to the Room
  • Desks (One per resident)
  • Chairs (One per resident)
  • Adjustable bed (One per resident)*
  • Three Drawer Dresser (One per resident)
  • Clothes Armoire (One per resident)
  • Cable Television Jack (One per room)
  • Air Conditioning/Heating Unit
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Micro-fridge unit (One per room)

*Lofting equipment is available upon request through the Residential Life Staff

Telephone lines are not provided in the rooms. Most students use their cell phones as their main mode of communication.

Meet the Staff

Emily Grobmyer
Residence Hall Director
Tel: 203-396-6936

Resident Success Assistants

  • Dana Beneventano (SRSA)
  • Taylor Anderek
  • Grace Anneser
  • Marissa Chiarenza
  • Patrick Faria
  • Dareca Garib
  • Anthony Gianfortone
  • Victoria Mescall
  • Jacob Radic
  • Gabriella Ruvo
  • Meghan Sullivan
  • Christopher Zaccaria

Elizabeth Ann SetonWho is Elizabeth Ann Seton?

Elizabeth Ann Seton’s most notable contributions were in Catholic Education, as her efforts set into motion the establishment of the parochial school system in the United States. The founder of the Sisters of Charity, Mother Seton is the first American-born Catholic saint.

"Live simply, so that all may simply live."

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