Matthew Borowick

VP, University Relations at Seton Hall University

Matthew Borowick '89/MBA '94 was appointed inaugural vice president of the Division of University Relations in November 2020. The division includes the departments of Government Relations and Public Relations and Marketing, responsible for developing compelling communications and working with local, state, and national government officials.

After 10 years in the banking industry, including the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Borowick joined Seton Hall in 1999. He established the Department of Government Relations, helping to shape higher education legislation and securing over $90 million for university priorities since then.

He has served as the presiding officer for the association of Private College and University Alumni Directors (PCUAD), has been a frequent presenter and conference chair for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and has been quoted in CASE Currents and other higher education publications. He has consulted nationally and internationally.

Previously, Borowick served as Seton Hall’s interim vice president of the Division of University Advancement with responsibility to lead Seton Hall’s advancement services, alumni relations, development, marketing, communications, and government relations.

He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and MBA in Finance, both from Seton Hall.


  • VP, University Relations

    Current role

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