The College of Saint Elizabeth: An Environment for Success


The College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE), located in Morristown, N.J., is a community focused and individually driven institution of higher education. Students at all levels discover and explore their passions through robust academic and extracurricular offerings. In this close-knit, immersive and focused environment, students excel. The College offers 22 undergraduate programs, 14 master’s degrees and three doctoral programs.

CSE’s newest undergraduate programs include social work, computer software engineering, sport management and marketing. For fall 2018 the College is planning to introduce undergraduate nursing. CSE will also become SAT/ACT optional.

The College, founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity, provides an environment for success. Students, faculty and staff know each other by first name. This close knit community helps foster strong relationships while promoting a desire to stand out. Access to New York City is just a 60-minute train ride from campus.

Financial Aid

CSE offers financial aid to more than 90 percent of its students through institutional scholarships, state and federal funding, or private scholarships. The College promotes on-campus jobs that provide financial aid benefits as well as supervised work experience.

Athletics

CSE is a Division III school with teams for women and men in basketball, cross country, soccer, tennis and volleyball. The women also have a softball team. All teams affiliated with NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) and NEAC (North Eastern Athletic Conference). The College of Saint Elizabeth’s student-athletes placed first overall in the North Eastern Athletic Conference Faculty Athletic Representative's Cup for academic success.

Campus Improvements

The College has recently completed more than $5 million in upgrades and renovations to the biology, chemistry, and foods and nutrition laboratories, technology and equipment to propel students to success in the sciences. Campus-wide renovations include a completely renovated dining hall, energy-efficient lighting, expanded Wi-Fi, re-designed common study/computer areas in the library, and, in the residence halls, renovated shower areas, carpeting and air conditioning.