Upon joining the School of Diplomacy community, you become what we like to call #diploforlife. Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, we will support you in achieving academic and professional success by partnering with you in a process of mutual investment over the course of your Seton Hall career and beyond. This page serves as an introduction to our advising resources. See additional University resources here. We are here to help you make the most of your Diplomacy experience by providing information, answering questions, and making referrals to School and University partners ready to walk with you on the path towards realizing your goals.
Undergraduate and Graduate Advising
All Diplomacy students are assigned to faculty and staff advisors based on their academic program and their specialization interests. To confirm your advisor name, contact Susan Malcolm, Faculty Secretary, at email@example.com or (973) 275-2969.
You can meet with your advisor in three different ways – by appointment, during office hours, or during Open Advising.
- Appointments are scheduled by contacting the advisor directly. Forty-eight hours of advanced notice is recommended. See faculty and staff directories.
- Office Hours are posted on faculty doors and maintained by Susan Malcolm. If you report to a professor’s office hours and are unable to connect with them, contact Susan Malcolm for assistance.
- Open Advising sessions are held over the course of approximately three days, prior to course registration, for you to obtain your registration PIN number and discuss your plans for completing your course of study. The Open Advising schedule is shared through the School’s weekly electronic newsletter, the Diplomacy E-News. If you are unable to attend open advising, you will need to schedule an appointment with your advisor to obtain your registration PIN number.
In order to get the most out of the advising process, it is recommended that you examine your own academic progress and view the online course schedules before meeting with your advisor or attending one of the open advising sessions. In addition, we encourage you to check Banner in advance of the registration period in order to make sure there are no holds on your account that would prevent you from registering.
Learn more about the registration process, undergraduate and graduate registration schedules, and resources on securing text books.
Course Catalogues and Frequently Offered Courses
Course catalogues, including approved undergraduate and graduate Seton Hall courses and their corresponding descriptions, are produced annually by the University.
Since these guides include courses that are offered with varying degrees of frequency, you may wish to review the School of Diplomacy's undergraduate and graduate frequently offered courses list, updated every five years.
The School of Diplomacy produces a weekly electronic newsletter for students, faculty and staff which highlights important School and University news, upcoming events and opportunities relevant to Diplomacy students. This newsletter is sent every Monday during the academic year, and periodically during the summer. If you are registered as a Diplomacy student or Diplomacy minor and are not receiving the Diplomacy E-News, please contact Susan Malcolm to confirm your place on our mailing distribution list.
Program Audit Worksheets
Diplomacy students are responsible for monitoring their own academic progress and consulting with their advisors to complete their program requirements for graduation. You may view your completed courses and associated grades by logging into your PirateNet account and selecting Banner self service.
In preparation for meetings and discussions with your academic advisor, you should complete the program audit worksheet relevant to you. See all program audit worksheets.
Declaring a Major/Minor or Graduate Specialization
Students can request to change their major/minor and graduate specializations/concentrations online. Requests will be forwarded to Associate Dean Ursula Sanjamino for approval. Declaration of majors/minors other than Diplomacy will be forwarded to the appropriate department or college. Graduate students, including Dual-Degree students, do not require approval to declare or change their specializations/concentrations, but are encouraged to meet with their advisors or specialization directors before doing so.
1. Log into Pirate Net
2. Click on Self-Service Banner
3. Click on Student and Financial Aid
4. Click on Student Records
5. Click on Request to Change Major/Minor/Concentration
Policies and Procedures
Internships and Professional Development
The School of Diplomacy is committed to your professional development and pleased to host a Director of Internships and Professional Development as well as a Director of Professional Services to work exclusive with Diplomacy students. The Directors offer individual appointments, group workshops, career planning and search strategies, and more. Learn more about these offices and the tools and services they provide:
Learn more about external scholarships and fellowships requiring University candidate sponsorship by visiting this page or contacting Dr. Matthew Escobar, Fellowship Adviser and Director, Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View Diplomacy academic programs:
- Diplomacy Undergraduate Programs
- Diplomacy Graduate Programs
- UN Summer Program
- Semester in Washington, D.C.
Other Seton Hall academic programs:
Schedules and Calendars
- Academic Resource Center
Free services include peer tutoring, individual appointments, online resources, group workshops and more.
- Counseling Services
- IT Resources
The Office of the Registrar offers students an array of services which include registration, transcript services, student status verification, degree audit information and updates of personal information. The Office of the Registrar manages Banner Student Self-Service, which provides students a variety of on- line functions.
- Bursar/Tuition Information
- Financial Aid and Veterans Benefits
- Health Services
- Disability Support Services
- Meeting Your Basic Needs
Helping to meet the basic needs of our students has a direct impact on the overall well-being and their ultimate academic success. That is the purpose of this website – to connect students with the resources, both on-campus and off-campus, to help them when they need it. Find tools on safety and security needs of all kinds - food, housing, and financial security, as well as mental, physical and spiritual wellness, crisis resolution and more.
- Office of International Programs