For the past several years, CSE students have been assisting the Sisters of Charity with rebuild efforts in areas of New Orleans that have yet to recover. Read Volunteer Story
Live Lent with CSE
Campus Ministry invites you to take the Lent Challenge. It's easy: simply choose the day for a meditative quote and an action to perform. Live Lent
CSE Announces New Program with St. George's University
Qualified students will be able to receive simultaneous admission to CSE and St. George's University School of Medicine. Students interested in the new program must declare their intention when they apply to CSE. Read Article
Henderson Renovations Planned to Prepare for New Programs
Construction plans call for significant renovations in Henderson Hall to make way for a four-year undergraduate nursing program (BSN) and a graduate level Physician Assistant (PA) program. Read Article
Charles Sisters Pursue Their Dreams of Becoming Doctors
Dr. Meedlen Charles, '96, and Dr. Agathe Pierre-Louis, '00, began their journey as French-speaking children in Haiti, with an important stop at CSE, then straight on to medical and graduate schools, and successful careers. Read Article
CSE traditions for the class of 2018 began during freshman orientation on August 25, 2014. Four years later, they are coming down to their last few traditions at the College, the most recent being 100s Night.
Founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, the College of Saint Elizabeth has a strong tradition of concern for the poor, for developing leadership in a spirit of service and social responsibility, and a commitment to the promotion of women as full partners in society.