At the College of Saint Elizabeth, students gain the resources of intellect and character necessary for engaged, fulfilling lives in an increasingly complex world. In all areas of study, you'll find challenging academics combined with the resources and support you need to succeed.
Great teaching and small classes are at the heart of a CSE education. Our faculty are gifted educators who care about their students and work closely with them inside and outside the classroom. Classes average only around 15 to 18 students, allowing the kind of intellectual give and take characteristic of learning at CSE. Students at CSE learn to think for themselves, examine ideas from all sides, and take a position and defend it – clearly and confidently.
Students enjoy a range of educational choices, and cross-registration with nearby educational partners expands your academic options. Students have abundant opportunities to combine classroom theory with real-world practice through internships, independent research, service learning, and other projects.
Look up key academic dates for current and future semesters, including add/drop and withdrawal deadlines, as well as open registration for all sessions.
The online catalog provides important information on the courses offered at CSE, transfer and graduation information, academic policies, admission/registration, course descriptions, and much more.
CSE offers a variety of majors and programs of study in business, education, the liberal arts and sciences, nursing and the health professions, and other fields.
CSE staff members help students become independent, life-long learners by providing free, high-quality academic assistance to all students through one-on-one and small group tutoring in a wide range of content areas.
Select students who have superior SAT scores, high class rank and a laudable overall record may apply to the Honors Program – either as entering freshman or during their early college years.
Education at CSE spans the globe – from England to Spain and Latin America. We customize study abroad programs to meet the individual needs and academic interests of our students.
The EOF Program provides college access, quality academic support, need-based financial assistance, career enrichment and more for motivated and talented low-income NJ residents.
Mahoney Library is open daily, with professional librarians and staff. Get access to thousands of books, periodicals, journals and reference materials, as well as a variety of online resources.
The Registrar's Office provides academic record maintenance, registration, course scheduling, transcript processing and enrollment verification, among other things.