Amanda DiDonato has served as the Associate Director of Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes at Seton Hall since July 2011 after spending four years as an Academic Advisor.
DiDonato serves as the link between Seton Hall's academic community and the men's basketball, softball and volleyball programs. She serves as a mentor for student-athletes in their academic careers in addition to coordinating all tutoring sessions. DiDonato works closely with each student-athlete by monitoring their academic progress and guiding them through their respective courses of study. She keeps them on a straight path to earning their degree by instilling time-management and study skill strategies.
A 2007 Seton Hall graduate, DiDonato was a four-year member of the Pirates' women's soccer team. During her time as an undergraduate, she worked within Seton Hall's sports medicine department where she assisted athletic trainers both on the playing field and in the training room.
An extremely active member of the Seton Hall community, DiDonato has acted as a scholar-athlete mentor and worked extensively within Seton Hall's community service program.