Since its founding in 1856, Seton Hall has continued to change throughout its history, and buildings on campus reflect changes to the institution over time. Campus buildings demonstrate how Seton Hall has grown over time from a small rural college to a major Catholic university in the New York metropolitan area. Beginning in the 1960s, Seton Hall began to construct and modernize campus buildings while also further emerging as an educational institution with the additions of new areas of study, and the creation of business and nursing schools. The modernization of Seton Hall’s campus and implementation of technologies continued into the 1990s, with the construction of Walsh Library and Jubilee Hall. Since then, the University continues to develop with campus renovations and new construction. Seton Hall’s 58-arce main campus today, is a mix of historical and more modern buildings that show a timeline of the University’s continuing growth and development.