The Seton Hill University Alumni College advances the University's mission by providing graduates with stimulating programs that support their journey of thinking and acting critically, creatively, and ethically as productive members of society committed to transforming the world.
The Alumni College is a collection of programs for Seton Hill alumni to engage in lifelong learning, including:
The Lunch & Learn is a one-hour program featuring subject matter experts offering a bite-sized presentation and Q/A on a variety of topics. Previous speakers have given talks on positivity, mindfulness, and personal and professional development.
The Alumni Book Club is a virtual opportunity for Setonians to connect with one another, enjoy reading, and take part in thought-provoking discussion of a variety of books. The Alumni Book Club reads two selections annually.
New in 2022! Chalk Talks are interactive lectures that offer alumni an exclusive opportunity to engage in dialogue, ask questions, and explore points of interest with Seton Hill faculty.
Additionally, the Alumni College presents special learning opportunities in collaboration with the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education; the Eva Fleischner, PhD Endowed Lecture Series; the Sr. Mary Schmidt Lecture Series, and the Farrell Lecture Series.