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.
I love the fact it has small size class, and they cared about students. I'm accepted and I'm considering this college. Tuition is expensive if without any scholarship and financial aid.
Yilan from Edison, NJ
The College of Saint Elizabeth is a great college to go to and although it is small, this makes it better for the student. The teachers are there to help and educate but are also understanding as well as encouraging you to grow as an individual and become an active member in society. They have many activities and clubs that help make your college years more memorable.