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Office of Admission

Santa Rita Hall - 1st Floor

Phone: (800) 210-7900

Office Hours:
M, W, Th, F: 8:30am-4:30pm
Tu: 8:30am-6:00pm


Estimated Cost of Education

Traditional Age Undergraduate Students

Resident Commuter
Tuition $29,732 $29,732
Room and Board $12,744 N/A
Total $42,476 $29,732

*These are mandatory College fees. Other fees may apply (i.e. health insurance, parking and specific course fees).


Any student who registered for one or more courses will be charged tuition according to the following schedule:

Traditional Age Undergraduate

Per academic year $29,732
Per semester $14,866
Course taken for credit $929 per credit

Adult Undergraduate – Continuing Studies

Course taken for credit $800 per credit
Course taken as auditor $266.67 per credit

Undergraduate – Nursing

Course taken for credit $925 per credit

Room and Board

Undergraduate students per academic year: $12,744

The College maintains two residence halls for its full-time undergraduate students. The room and board contract is in effect from the opening day of the academic year to the last day of exams in the spring semester, exclusive of College vacations when the residence halls close, as stated in the College calendar. Additional information regarding residence hall policies and procedures can be found in the Student Handbook.

Students are not permitted to remain in residence during vacation periods, including Thanksgiving break, fall semester recess, Spring break, Easter recess, and summer recess. The only approved exceptions to this policy are: international students, residence life office assistants, student athletes (Christmas recess only), student teachers (spring recess only), students with department approved internships for credit (spring break and summer recess only) and students enrolled in classes at the College of Saint Elizabeth (summer recess only). Students approved to remain in residence will be assigned a room by the Director of Residence Life and pay a fee of $75 per week for a double room and $150 per week for a single room. There is a period of two designated weeks during the Christmas break and two designated weeks during the summer months when no student may reside on campus.

Room Deposits

All resident students are required to pay a $200 non-refundable deposit to secure a room for the next Fall semester. This payment will be required each year the student is in residence on the campus. Payments can be made with check or money order. No cash or credit cards will be accepted. This $200 payment will be credited to the student's account as a room deposit paid in advance when the Fall invoices are sent in July. The deposit will not be returned to the student should housing be terminated for any reason. The only exemptions to this policy are the Harney Scholarships, fully funded International Scholarships and the EOF recipients. These students will be required to sign a separate housing contract in lieu of the room deposit.

Residence Hall Fee – charged per semester

Single Room $200
Double Room Alone $225
Single Suite $250
Double Suite per person $250
Double Suite alone $275

Undergraduate Fees

The following administrative, general, and incidental fees apply for various circumstances as indicated. Some of these fees are non-refundable.

College Fee
This fee supports the operating costs of the College and funds services, systems and programs that enhance the learning endeavors of CSE students. Services supported by this fee include, but are not limited to: distance learning initiatives, media services, library services, learning center operations and career services.
$577 per semester
Technology Fee $162 per semester
Health Service Fee $116 per semester

Continuing Studies Fees

College Fee

Fall and Spring $276 per semester
Intersession, Summer I and Summer III $42 per session
Summer II $125

Orientation Fee

First-time students enrolled through the traditional undergraduate college in their first semester of attendance only. This one-time, non-refundable fee is used to defray the cost of planning and administering a comprehensive program designed to ease the student's transition to CSE campus life. This fee partially offsets the cost of food, social activities, speakers and materials.

Student Activities Fee – traditional-age Undergraduate students only ($180 Yearly)

Course Related Fees (Per Semester)

Art: 115, 117, 121, 131, 201, 205, 207, 209, 213, 215, 221, 301, 303, 309, 311, 321 $115
Art: 119, 211, 305, 307 $135
Art: 231, 233, 237, 239, 241, 245, 323 $60
Art: 433 $150
Education: 467 $150
Education: 200 $75
English: 250, 253 $60
English: 219, 233 $75
Music: 101, 107, 109, 111, 113, 115, 117, 155, 201, 203, 205, 207, 213, 215, 217, 219, 221, 225, 227, 229, 301, 313, 317, 319 $25
Music: 119, 121, 125, 231, 151, 233, 255, 257, 259, 261 $75
Physical Education: 125, 143, 201, 250 $25
Physical Education: 280 $65
Psychology: 315 $50
Psychology: 490 $75
SOC365 $75
Course XDPT101 $30

Other Fees (Non-Refundable)

Annual registration fee to hold enrollment during study abroad or other approved absence for one or more semesters $50
Application fee for matriculation $35
Returned check fee (each occurrence) $100
Graduation fee: Mandatory fee for all students graduating from the College regardless of program or whether the student chooses to participate in the ceremony or not. This fee includes, but is not limited to: diploma, final audit and transcript, academic attire, ceremony and receptions (excludes Doctoral Programs). $175
Lost library book (plus the replacement cost) $50
Lost residence hall room key $75
Late payment fee: assessed to all accounts not paid in full by the due date $300
Replacement of ID card $35

Ticket Fees (Issued by Campus Security)

First Offense $50
Second Offense $60
Third Offense $75
Immobilization Fee $60

Transcript Fees

Transcript fee $5
Transcript on demand fee $10
Transcript evaluation fee for American Dietetics Association (ADA)
Non-matriculate students $50
Foreign degrees $100

Parking Fees

All vehicles used on campus must display a current College of Saint Elizabeth parking decal which is valid from the Fall semester through the end of summer. Decals can be obtained in the Security Office.

Students enrolled through traditional undergraduate college $80 annually
Second Decal Fee (same address as first decal) $35

Student Health and Accident Insurance Fee

Students in the traditional undergraduate college are automatically enrolled under CSE health and accident insurance policy. An opt out can be done by waiving coverage via access to International Students health and mandatory coverage cannot be waived.

Students who are enrolled full-time (12 or more credits) in the Continuing Studies programs are eligible to enroll voluntarily and pay United Health Care directly at

All students who plan to use the CSE insurance plan, offered through United Health Care, must create "MyAccount" at "MyAccount" gives you access to your ID card, claims, benefits, network providers and additional insurance information. If for any reason you lose coverage from a private carrier, contact the Business Office to enroll in our plan immediately. Greater detail and information on the CSE Student Health Insurance Plan is available at

Student Health and Accident Insurance

Enroll Fall semester $1,408
Enroll Spring semester N/A
Voluntary Enrollment Fall: N/A
Spring: N/A

Mandatory Accident Coverage (all students)

Enroll Fall semester $66
Enroll Spring semester N/A

College Store

Textbooks, stationery, and other items can be purchased in the College Store (973-290-4214). Students must make payment directly to the College Store at the time of purchase.

Determination of Tuition Charges – Over Credits

Full-time traditional undergraduate college students are billed a fixed tuition rate. This allows undergraduate students to enroll in a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 16 credits each fall and each spring semester of the academic year. Students who enroll in more than 16 credits in fall or spring semester will be assessed additional tuition charges at the then current per credit tuition rate.

For students enrolled through the Graduate and Continuing Studies programs, tuition charges are determined each semester based on the total number of credits for which the student registers.


The College reserves the right to change established fees and services, to add additional fees and services and to determine the effective date of such changes without prior notice.

Who We Are

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.

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