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College of Saint Elizabeth
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2 Convent Road
Morristown, NJ

800-210 7900

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The College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE) has been assisting young women to reach their potential for more than 100 years. Founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity, and located in historic, suburban Morristown, New Jersey, CSE was the first school in the state to grant bachelor’s degrees to women. Continuing this forward-thinking legacy, the College of Saint Elizabeth supports young women to gain self-confidence and to envision a newer, better future.

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As a four-year liberal arts college, CSE develops graduates who think innovatively, act courageously, and who gain a strong academic foundation and a sense of social responsibility. In addition to its Women’s College, CSE also offers coeducational adult undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as professional certifications and one doctoral degree.

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With an emphasis on the teacher-student relationship, CSE provides students with personalized attention from qualified and experienced professors. Students are able to explore their areas of interest with increased focus, supported by well-equipped facilities and resources. A comprehensive approach to education integrates the mind, body and soul through challenging and varied areas of academia. CSE offers a customized liberal arts education, including classroom, community, and internship opportunities, which unleashes the full potential of each student.

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CSE is a diverse community, both culturally and academically. Twenty-six undergraduate majors and individualized learning plans, as well as an Honors Program and a Leadership Program, enable students to do more and be more. International students from countries such as Latvia, Ireland, Japan, Germany, China, Taiwan and Myanmar ensure that CSE is truly a global environment. Recent short-term study abroad opportunities included trips to Hiroshima and Sapporo, Japan, Spain and Poland as well as a “Tale of Two Cities” experience in London and Paris. With varied intellectual and cultural opportunities, students enhance their understanding of the global community.

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Outside of the classroom, students are able to choose from more than 25 clubs and eight National Collegiate Athletic Conference (NCAA) Division III sports. New membership in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) gives CSE the chance to compete in the NCAA Tournaments. The convenient location of CSE on the NJ Transit train line enables students to access the culture and excitement of NYC in only one hour of travel time.

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In the heart of Morris County, the College of Saint Elizabeth stands as a place where values are linked to a tradition of academic excellence. CSE graduates look back at their alma mater as a place where they were nourished and supported to become leaders in their communities, and careful stewards of the knowledge and opportunities they have been given.

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