The Economic and Social Impact of Seton Hall University

ESI conducted an economic impact study for Seton Hall University, in which ESI described the economic and social impact of Seton Hall University at a local, regional, and societal level. Seton Hall’s impact comes from its operating footprint, capital spending (which stimulate the local economy today and creates the space for additional contribution), impact from student and visitor spending into the area, and by educating students whose discretionary spending, occupational contributions, and civic leadership produce local and societal benefit. Additionally, Seton Hall benefits society through scholarship and service, acts as a national economic engine, and is a good neighbor to the community of which it is a part. Click here to learn more.

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