Seton Hill University

  • PA


1 Seton Hill Drive
United States

About Us

Catholic, coeducational liberal arts university Founded by the Sisters of Charity as a women's college in 1918 A coeducational University since 2002 2,093 students enrolled at Seton Hill in 2008 Seton Hill students represent 42 states and 16 countries 42 undergraduate programs 8 graduate programs Honors Program Adult Degree Program Most popular majors: business, psychology, art 740 students reside on campus 16:1 student-to-faculty ratio 200-acre hilltop campus located in southwestern Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands 94% student job placement rate after graduation More than 40 campus clubs and student organizations 24/7 campus security 35 miles from Pittsburgh 5 minutes from historic downtown Greensburg, Pa. Near camping, hiking, ski resorts and white water rafting Named one of the Best Baccalaureate Colleges in the North Region in 2008 by U.S. News & World Report Named a Best Northeastern College in 2008 by the Princeton Review School colors: crimson and gold University motto: Hazard yet Forward