In today’s economy, hiring managers are looking for people who are able to deal with complexity, diversity, and change. The area of Culture & Humanities provides a broad array of professional and liberal arts disciplines that develop students’ sense of social responsibility, including transferable knowledge and practical skill sets that can be applied directly to real-world settings. Our students merge theory and practice through performances, presentations, internships, and exhibitions, preparing them for varied careers as well as graduate and professional schools.
Being scholarly has its rewards. For Rebecca Byrne of Ogdensburg, earning membership into academic honor society Phi Theta Kappa while at Sussex County Community College paid off when applying to CSE. She was awarded an academic scholarship and the chance to study American society and culture in the American Studies program.
Zainab Yusofi knows exactly what she wants of her future. She came to the College of Saint Elizabeth from Afghanistan, and it is clear she has a plan. “I am a student who is passionate about business management, human rights, and empowering women.”
Alexandra Rojas, ’15, English and Spanish, is taking on the world while at the College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE), one language at a time.
Rebecca Mitchko, ’15, took the traditional route to the College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE) campus – starting by meeting a CSE admissions representative at her high school -- Hunterdon Central Regional High School two years ago. “As it turns out, we talked for more than an hour about what CSE has to offer…I fell in love with the possibilities.”
Annie Hu is embracing the culture of the College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE), her community, and America.