From Seton Hill, You Can See Your Future.
Seton Hill University's hilltop campus in Greensburg, Pa. provides an inspirational setting for a distinctive education – or a fulfilling career only 35 miles from Pittsburgh. "The Hill" is home to a special community of individuals who are dedicated to students, to learning and to each other. Seton Hill's faculty members are sought-after experts in their fields who teach all courses (none are taught by graduate assistants), and who advise and mentor students throughout their academic journey. Faculty also lead student clubs, research projects and study abroad experiences. Professional and administrative staff work closely with faculty, students, alumni and university leadership to provide the best possible educational experience for every Setonian.
Founded in 1885, Seton Hill is a leading coeducational Catholic liberal arts university that embraces students of all faiths and cultures. The University currently offers more than 80 undergraduate programs, with signature degree programs in the health sciences and visual and performing arts. Seton Hill also provides singular opportunities for graduate study, including an MBA Program that is among the largest in the region, a Physician Assistant Program with a 96% first-time national certification pass rate, and several combined programs that allow students to earn combined undergraduate & graduate degrees in an accelerated time frame. (Combined programs include osteopathic medicine and elementary/special education.) Working adults looking to earn an undergraduate degree can take advantage of the University's Adult Degree Program, featuring career-friendly course scheduling. Tuition is competitive and financial aid packages are created for each specific student and family. Graduate and Adult Degree Program students benefit from special aid packages and employer reimbursement programs.Employees of the university enjoy substantial educational benefits.
Seton Hill's 200-acre main campus and new downtown Greensburg campus share a mix of historic and modern buildings, all equipped with the best in advanced technology and resources. (The University has been named an Apple Distinguished School three times for its leading stance on the use of mobile technology for teaching and learning.) The university partners with the city, county and regional economic development groups to help keep Greensburg and its environs an inviting place to work, learn and live.