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Fast Facts about the College of Saint Elizabeth

January 22, 2016 7:28 am | By IntroAmerica

The College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE) was founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity on the tenants of excellence, integrity, leadership, and social responsibility. The campus is located on 200 beautiful acres in historic Morris County, New Jersey, one hour west of New York City which is accessible via train from campus. In 2016, the College will open the campus to male students in traditional daytime programs for the first time. CSE’s mission, values and vision, steeped in the tradition of Catholic liberal arts, is for students of diverse, ages, backgrounds and cultures. The College has programs that allow students to take full advantage of academic, leadership, and socially responsible pursuits that adds to their success beyond graduation.

Ranking or Awards
Top Regional University North, U.S. News & World Report
Best Bang for the Buck in the Northeast, Washington Monthly
The U.S. News & World Report college rankings released a report that has the College of Saint Elizabeth’s online master’s program in Justice Administration and Public Service (criminal justice) at number 13 in the nation

Catholic College of Distinction
“A” for value award, Money Magazine

Popular Majors: Psychology, Justice Studies, Foods and Nutrition, Biology, Business, Art

Tuition and fees
For 2015-2016
$29,732 (this does not include fees)
Room & Board costs $12,744
Fees, books, etc. $7,189
Total Cost of Attendance (tuition, room & board, and fees, books, etc) $49,665

Standardized Test Requirements
TOEFL 500 paper test, 73 – computer
SAT 800-1100 math and verbal, but not required fo admission only scholarship consideration
ACT 17-24

Student:Teacher Ratio
Total Student Population

Notable Alumni or Faculty
Shirley Tolentino, 1965. New Jersey Superior Court Judge in 1984. Posthumously had Jersey City
Lynn McVey, 2012. Chief Operating Officer, Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center. Instrumental in using evidence based management to curb health care costs
Medina Rahman, 2007. Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation, Sierra Leone. Awarded the Clinton Global Citizens Award for her altruistic efforts in the fight against Ebola.
Dr. Laura Winters, English professor, Notable Poetry
Erin Lothes Biviano, Ph.D. Theology work

College videos on student life or campus events
College of Saint Elizabeth virtual tour