H.A.L.L. Program 15-16 Review
South Orange, N.J. - The 2015-16 academic year was a landmark year for the H.A.L.L. Program (Helping Athletes Learn to be Leaders), whose mission is to over the course of the student-athletes' time at Seton Hall University, be the catalyst that transforms high school graduates into student-athlete leaders, and then leaders in the professional world.
The H.A.L.L. Program has released its 2015-16 Year in Review, which includes record volunteer hours that student-athletes recorded (3,168), as well as the founding of the Student-Athlete Leadership Academy and recaps of service projects and community initiatives. The report also includes a Q&A with swimming & diving alumnus Joey Lacus '14.
Click here to read the H.A.L.L. Program Year in Review, and be sure to follow the H.A.L.L. Program on Twitter @SHUHallProgram.