Office of Institutional Advancement
The Office of Alumni Relations
Just as a Seton Hall Prep education is not restricted to what students learn in the classroom, The Prep Experience is not restricted to what takes place during our time as students. Over 15,000 Prep alumni bring their talents to cities and towns throughout the United States and many countries. The SHP Alumni Association looks to assist them in a variety of ways. An active alumni community is indicative of the vitality of the school, and we hope to provide resources that keep our alumni engaged with The Prep community as well as with one another.
We encourage alumni to keep us informed about their own activities, as well as to get involved in Prep alumni activities. The Hall of Fame Dinner, class reunions, the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot, Young Alumni Day and the Tower Revisited magazine are only a handful of the ways that our alumni stay together. We encourage all of our alumni to reach out and reconnect with their Alma Mater. To ensure that you stay up-to-date with all Prep alumni functions, we hope you will take the time to update your contact information in your online profile. Also, feel free to give us updates about your life. It may not seem like headline news to you, but many of your classmates are eager to know how you are doing.
Supporting Seton Hall Prep
The continuing challenge of every school is not only to educate students, but to open their minds and to nurture a passion for knowledge. Seton Hall Prep takes the further step of seeking to awaken and strengthen students’ beliefs, values and faith. At The Prep, students develop their minds, bodies, and souls, defining themselves as individuals in a pluralistic society.
The generous support of alumni, parents, and friends has enabled the Prep to uphold its tradition of excellence for over 150 years. Annual and capital donations help to attract outstanding faculty, maintain a challenging curriculum, offer first-rate resources for learning, maintain and improve facilities, and bring the Prep within financial reach to qualified students who otherwise couldn’t afford a Seton Hall Prep education.
Fundraising and "friend-raising" activities that are held throughout the year help to strengthen ties and raise Seton Hall Prep’s visibility within New Jersey, while also raising essential funds to help the Prep meet the intellectual, physical, social and spiritual needs of every student.
Advancement Office Activities
Scenes from the Prep's Past
|4th Annual Tony Esposito Jr. Memorial Golf Outing Set for Mid-July|
Held in memory of the late Tony Esposito Jr. ’07, the Tony Esposito Jr. Foundation enters its fourth year, and extends a heartfelt thank you to all who have been so generous with their time and treasure in supporting the ideals and purpose of the Foundation. They have helped lift the Esposito Family up with kind words, and understanding of how hard it is to miss an only child.
With donors like those who have helped in the past, whether it be financial or for goods and services, the Foundation will continue to help students and individuals who need financial support and encourage them to be their best, which is what everyone saw in Tony’s outlook in life. The goal for 2013 is to raise $100,000 in order to reach and help more children.
On Monday July 22, 2013 the Foundation will hold its 4th Annual Memorial Golf Outing to benefit the Tony Esposito Jr. Foundation Scholarship. The event will take place at the Fairmount Country Club in ChathamTownship. Activities will include: Golf, Lunch, Dinner and an auction-style fundraiser
The Foundation is happy to accept all contributions, especially those donations that will ensure a fun and successful auction.
Please read the Foundation's letter and access a donation form and/or a registration form for the event here
|A New Way for Alumni to Send News & Updates|
Alumni can now send updates and news to the Office of Alumni Relations by accessing the easy-to-use form available here
|Current family member? Alumnus? Why you should be logging in...|by rcm
Why log in?
For parents- be in touch with your son’s classes, teams and clubs. You also need to be in touch for Emergency and Crisis alerts. Don’t be out of communication with the school in the event of another emergency similar to the fire crisis we had last April. Instructions for entering emergency info were contained in the October e-delivery of the mail (still available in the Monthly Mail channel on this page). Stay in contact with the Mothers Auxiliary and the Fathers Club.
You need to use YOUR OWN password- not your spouse's or your son's— otherwise you'll see the information tailored for someone else, and not be able to edit your own profile.
For students- stay in touch with your classes, teams and clubs. Ensure your emergency contact info is there so you get a Snow Emergency phone call.
For Alumni- re-connect with classmates. Organize reunions and get-togethers. Leave classnotes for friends and for the Tower Revisited. Help support the work of Seton Hall Prep.
To do all this effectively, students, parents and alumni should sign-in with the user names and passwords mailed in mid-April (user names and passwords are case sensitive) and then update their profiles so that addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and emergency contact numbers are up to date.
Advancement Office Contacts:
|• Director of Institutional Advancement|
Patrick Donahue - 973 736 6861, firstname.lastname@example.org
• Director of Alumni Relations
Richard Koles '69 - 973 325 6634, email@example.com
• Administrative Assistant
Judy Gunn - 973 325 6633, firstname.lastname@example.org
fax: 973 736 3831