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The College of Saint Elizabeth, established by the Sisters of Charity in 1899 as the state's first four-year Catholic college for women, is located on a beautiful 200-acre campus in historical Morris County, about one hour from New York City. Continuously accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities, CSE is a leader in the education of working adults, both women and men.

The College offers more than 25 baccalaureate degrees, 10 master's degree programs, and two doctoral programs, and a variety of professional certifications and certificates. Preparation for ministry is offered through the College of Saint Elizabeth Center for Ministry and Spirituality.

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Annunciation Center, the College's arts and education building, houses the Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery, the 560-seat Dolan Performance Center, the Holocaust Education Resource Center, as well as the departments of art, music, and theology.

Activities on campus include many student-run organizations and a wide variety of social, cultural, service, and athletic events.

Student life at CSE is rich with facilities, services, and resources including: