1899 - The College of Saint Elizabeth was founded and opened on September 11 with six students. Sister Mary Pauline Kelligar became the first president.2020 - On July 1, 2020, officially became Saint Elizabeth University after receiving university status approval from the New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education.
The mission of Saint Elizabeth University, sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, is to be a community of learning in the Catholic liberal arts tradition for students of diverse ages, backgrounds, and cultures.
Through the vision and values of Elizabeth Ann Seton, Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac and rooted in Gospel values and in Catholic Social Teaching, Saint Elizabeth University affirms its solidarity with the poor and its commitment in service to the community.
The Office of Career Services is dedicated to helping students and alumni connect to the majors, internships, jobs and graduate/professional schools that will advance their careers.
The Office of International and Multicultural Affairs was established to help students at the College of Saint Elizabeth, and all members of the CSE community recognize, experience and celebrate the diverse student population that we serve. Experiencing the many cultures that exist in the United States and abroad is a reflection of CSE's mission.
Saint Elizabeth University is pleased to offer housing during the summer, in the O'Connor Residence Hall for University and Graduate students with internships in the Morris County/New York City Area.
Our beautiful 200-acre campus is less than an hour's train ride away from one of the greatest cities in the world - New York City. From interning at sites such as HBO and The Today Show to shopping at some of the world's most famous stores, CSE students have plenty of opportunities to explore the city.
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In 1917, the Association of American Universities placed Saint Elizabeth University in its Approved List of Colleges and Universities, 96 in all, 17 for women, whose graduates were eligible for admission to the graduate schools of the 24 leading universities comprising the membership of the Association.
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