Seton Hill University

A leading Catholic liberal arts university embracing students of all faiths, Seton Hill University educates its students, in the tradition of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, to be “fit for the world in which you are destined to live.”

Chartered as a college in 1918, Seton Hill University is celebrating its Centennial in 2018. The university has a lot to celebrate:

• 96 percent of Seton Hill graduates move directly into jobs or graduate school.

• Continually evolving academic offerings ensure that graduates will always be ready for relevant careers. New for fall 2018: histotechnology, cytotechnology and clinical laboratory science.

• The university is an Apple Distinguished School and a College of Distinction that is also highly ranked by the Princeton Review and U.S. News and World Report.

In addition, Seton Hill’s two hundred acre wooded Greensburg campus (and adjoined downtown Greensburg campus) provides an inspirational setting for a distinctive education.

The award-winning Arts Center and JoAnne Boyle Health Sciences Center are only two of the university’s recent additions, while all facilities, modern and historic, are infused with the best resources and technology for teaching and learning.

Best of all, Seton Hill has a long tradition of providing a welcoming, supportive learning environment for all students. Find out more at