The College of Saint Elizabeth is a private co-educational Catholic institution located in New Jersey, less than an hour train ride from New York City. Founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth and as one of the first colleges to confer degrees to women, the college has “a commitment to the promotion of women as full partners in society.” CSE offers a liberal arts curriculum and the campus is home to the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education, Center for Human and Social Development, Center for Ministry and Spirituality, Center of Catholic Women’s History, and the Center of Volunteerism and Service-Learning.
The college of Saint Elizabeth, also known as CSE, is a small learning community with incredible staff and students. Although it is a liberal art school, this institution provides a large variety of careers path that many students can choose from. CSE provides its stakeholders with the need for food, water, sleep, and education.
Emelia from Newark, NJ
Everyone is very welcoming and recgonize you as I have been to the campus more than once and I was recgonized every time i was back there. Yes, this is an all girls school but rite next door is FDU and down the road is Drew University so you are not missing out on anything. Also, the dorms are not too small they look like they are just the right size.