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With Diploma in Hand and a smile on her face, our graduates are ready for whatever comes their way.  At graduation 80% of our students are placed in either graduate school and professional jobs. And within 6 months of graduation, that number rises to 92%!
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A class being taught in the Orthopaedic Capital Center where three classrooms are equipped with SMART Podium technology.
St. Lawrence University's Sullivan Student Center in the fall.
Rock Climbing with the Adventure Education Department
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The administration building houses many offices of Seton Hill including the Admissions (Undergraduate and Graduate), Registrar's, Financial Aid, Student Accounts, Counseling Services, Disability Services, the Wellness Center, Academic Counseling, Tutoring and Writing Centers, E-Magnify, National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, and CareerWorks.  For more information regarding the services provided please visit our website. www.setonhill.edu
President Rod Smolla spoke at Furman's 2011 Commencement Ceremony.
We are committed to maintaining complex balances without compromising our doctrinal or philosophical distinctives. We produce graduates who are trained to be “in the world but not of it.” We are ambitious but not elitist, conservative but not old-fashioned, relevant but not relativistic.
Consistently ranked among the top liberal arts colleges in the nation - (US News and World Report)
Our welcoming new seal at the 68th St. entrance to the school.
Bennington is grounded in the conviction that as a college education develops students’ professional capacities, it should also prepare them to be deeply thoughtful and actively engaged citizens of the world.
Schedule your campus visit at western.edu/visit.
Over 2,000 students from 52 nations and 41 states come to JBU to get their education.

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