Enrollment Process

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Steps to Enroll

1. Start the Process By Submitting Your $200 Enrollment Deposit

With this deposit, you officially become part of the CSE Class of 2024, and will begin the process of selecting your residence hall, class schedule, and all other enrollment activities.

You can submit your deposit online, or by check (made out to College of Saint Elizabeth) and mail it to:

College of Saint Elizabeth
Office of Admissions
2 Convent Road
Morristown, NJ 07960

2. Complete the Financial Aid Process

You will need to compete the FAFSA application in order to determine your eligibility for federal, state, or CSE need-based aid. Each student is considered for a CSE Merit Award upon admission.

Contact the Financial Aid Office at (973) 290-4445 or financialaid@cse.edu to schedule an individual appointment. Your financial aid cannot be processed without your social security number (SSN). If you didn't submit your SSN on your application and wish to receive financial aid, you must contact the Admissions Office and provide the number.

  • Complete your FAFSA School Code: 002600
  • Sign your award letter
  • Contact Financial Aid for any outstanding materials
3. Submit Your Final Transcript

All incoming students need to submit their final, official, high school transcript showing proof of graduation when it becomes available. All transfer and freshman students with previous college credits must submit their official college transcript to receive credit for coursework.

4. Set Up Your CSE Accounts

Starting in April 2020, you will have the ability to set up your CSE accounts. Make sure this is completed before you attend Eagles Day.

  • Email: Communicate with your first year advisor, fellow classmates, and other college officials.
  • Self-Service: Review your class schedule, review your bill and check your grades.
  • Moodle: Access the academic portal for the resources used by your professors.

Note: as soon as your enrollment deposit is received, you will be sent a letter from the Admission Office with your system ID number. You will need the ID number to set up your CSE account and access any services provided by the College of Saint Elizabeth.

5. Select Your Tuition Plan

Tuition, fees and applicable room and board charges are billed each semester. Paper invoices are sent to your home and are also available online through Self-Service. Tuition charges can be paid directly by cash or check. Students can also choose a payment plan using a credit card or e-check through our tuition payment plan.

6. Register for Eagles Day

CSE has a full day of activities planned to get you ready for the fall! All first-time students must attend an Eagles Day to:

  • Get their system ID
  • Register for classes
  • Meet with a Financial Aid counselor
  • Register for a parking decal

We encourage parents to attend the one-on-one financial aid counseling session.

7. Submit Your Housing Deposit

Planning on living on campus? Submit your non-refundable $50 housing deposit and Residence Life survey by June 3 for priority room selection. Be honest so that we can match you with someone who shares your lifestyle.

8. Complete Health Forms

Complete the required health forms with all of your up-to-date immunizations before move-in or start of classes. Health forms require a physical examination to be completed.

Note: future CSE student-athletes, and all individuals interested in a try-out for a sports team, must:

Any questions? Please contact the Athletic Department at (973) 290-4207.

9. Health Insurance

All students are required to have health insurance. Students covered by their parents' insurance must waive the CSE health insurance by going to First Student by August 13. The waiver becomes available on July 15.


Save the Dates

Orientation – August 19-21, 2020

Orientation will acclimate you to the CSE campus, show you what it means to be an Eagle, and allow you to participate in activities such as an NYC boat cruise. All first-year students are required to attend.

First Day of Classes

Classes start Monday, August 24, 2020.