Seth Hall is the International Academic Coordinator at the University of Kentucky’s International Center where he focuses on advising and supporting international students. Seth graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and theater from a small liberal arts college in South Carolina. After college, he moved to Ohio where he received a M.A. in international affairs with a focus on modern Latin American history. Shortly after graduating with his first master’s degree, Seth began working with international students at Ohio University. Before joining the University of Kentucky in 2016, Seth completed his second master’s degree in college student personnel with a focus on international student services. In his current position, Seth works to support international students academically and socially as they transition to life at UK. Additionally, he works with international students on academic probation to develop recovery plans to ensure success. Seth also supervises a nine member International Student Leadership Team that plans and executes campus-wide programming emphasizing academic success, career preparation, and social engagement.
About Seth Hall