Seton Hall publications
Identifier: SHU 0001
The Seton Hall publications collection includes materials produced and published by various offices, schools, departments, student groups, and organizations at Seton Hall. The collection includes reports, newsletters, yearbooks, course catalogues, journals, pamphlets, and other printed matter. The collection is not exhaustive, and not every publication includes a full run of issues, and many additional publications are not currently represented. The following is an alphabetical list by the publication title, and includes the dates currently held by the Archives. Known gaps in holdings are indicated, as is the origin of publication where known. This collection has not been completely processed and this list will change as the collection is cataloged.
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is currently being processed at the Msgr. William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center; some portions of the collection may be unavailable for research. Advance appointments are required for the use of archival materials.
Conditions Governing Use
All materials available in this collection (unless otherwise noted) are the property of the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center and Seton Hall University, which reserves the right to limit access to or reproduction of these materials. Reproduction of materials or content is subject to United States copyright restrictions and may be subject to federal or state privacy regulations. Permission to publish exact reproductions must be obtained from the Director of the Archives and Special Collections Center.
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The Seton Hall University Archives and Special Collections Center collects materials published by the University, offices or departments within the University, and/or students of the University. The Seton Hall publications includes a list of these materials held by the Archives.
Biographical / Historical
Seton Hall College was founded in 1856 by Bishop James R. Bayley and was named for his aunt, Mother Elizabeth Anne Seton, the first American-born saint. Seton Hall became a University in 1950 and has continued to grow, with about 5,000 undergraduate students and 4,000 graduate students in 2013.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Materials were transferred to the Archives and Special Collections Center from the Seton Hall University.
The collection was partially processed by the Archives and Special Collections Center, 1970s-1990s. The current list was created by Emily Crawford in 2006. Finding aid created by Tracy M. Jackson in 2013.
- Seton Hall publications, 1856-2012
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- Finding aid written in English.