Due to the pending snow storm, all classes and outside sponsored events have been canceled for Tuesday, March 14, 2017 as the College will be closed.
The College of Saint Elizabeth, established by the Sisters of Charity in 1899 as the state's first four-year Catholic college for women, is located on a beautiful 200-acre campus in historical Morris County, about one hour from New York City. Continuously accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities, CSE is a leader in the education of working adults, both women and men.
The College offers baccalaureate degrees, master's degree programs, and doctoral programs, and a variety of professional certifications and certificates. Preparation for ministry is offered through the Center for Ministry and Spirituality.
Annunciation Center, the College's arts and education building, houses the Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery, the 560-seat Dolan Performance Center, the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education, as well as the departments of art, music, and theology.
Activities on campus include many student-run organizations and a wide variety of social, cultural, service, and athletic events.
Student life at CSE is rich with facilities, services, and resources including: