Learn about the history and growth of Seton Hall University and its community through the Seton Hall Digital Mapping project. This project seeks to highlight locations and events that have shaped the campus community and give students, staff, and alumni a sense of community. This platform gives users the choice to follow a guided tour, pick individual sites, and explore the history of Seton Hall either virtually or in-person.

Content in all forms is added to this site on a regular basis, so please visit again to see what changes our archivists and curators have made. If you are interested in adding materials, sites, or tours to Seton Hall’s Digital Mapping project, please contact archives@shu.edu.

These tours and sites were curated from materials from the University Archives, Special Collections, and the Gallery, and the paper materials, photographs, and objects are open for research. The Walsh Gallery has a considerable collection of fine art, artifacts and archeological specimens. For access to this or other objects in our collections, complete this research request form to set up an appointment. To make an appointment to see any archival materials, which includes manuscripts, postcards, photographs, audiovisual content, you can follow this link.