Santa Rita Hall - 2nd Floor
Phone: (973) 290-4445 (o)
(973) 290-4421 (f)
M, W, Th, F: 8:30am-4:30pm
Email Ann Koehler at email@example.com if you need to schedule a personal appointment for a later hour during the week and we will try to accommodate your schedule.
Through scholarships and grants, the College of Saint Elizabeth assists students who demonstrate academic ability, leadership potential, commitment to service and the ethical values that are in keeping with its mission as a Catholic Women's College.
Awarded to a limited number of residential freshman or transfer students who demonstrate the highest level of academic achievement.
Awarded to freshman students with superior academic performance and exceptional SAT scores.
Awarded to freshman students with outstanding academic performance in a challenging high school program who have exceptional SAT scores.
Awarded to freshman students with a strong academic performance in a solid high school program who have competitive SAT scores.
Awarded to freshman or transfer students who have demonstrated the values of leadership in a spirit of service and social responsibility as exemplified by Mother Mary Xavier Mehegan.
Awarded to residential freshman or transfer students from outside New Jersey based on financial need.
Awarded to freshman or transfer students who are graduates of Catholic high schools.
Awarded to freshman or transfer students who are nieces or grandnieces of a Sister of Charity.
Awarded to freshman or transfer students who are daughters and granddaughters of Alumni from CSE.
Awarded to full-time transfer students based on college GPA.
In addition to the awards listed here, the College provides access to students through CSE Grants based on their family's demonstrated need as determined by the FAFSA. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form as soon as possible after January 1, 2015. www.fafsa.ed.gov. The FAFSA code for CSE is 002600.
For students that are experiencing financial hardship there is an opportunity to appeal for additional funds. The student must submit a Scholarship Appeal Application to the Financial Aid Office with a letter of explanation regarding financial hardship or special circumstance.
This application will be reviewed by the Director of Financial Aid who will make the determination on whether it should be presented to the Scholarship Appeal Committee. The Scholarship Appeal Committee meets at least once a month to review all presented appeals.