College of St. Elizabeth was founded in the year 1899 as a private institution located in Morris County in New Jersey, USA. The four-year liberal arts college campus is spread across 200 scenic acres of land.
The college offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs, and other professional certificate courses. Some of the popular majors at the college are Psychology, Justice Studies, Biology, Business, Art and Food Nutrition. The college has several programs in academics, leadership, and community service for students to take full advantage of.
Nearly 1200 students are studying full-time programs at the campus. The college is least selective with an acceptance rate of 66%, of which over 700 students are enrolled in bachelors programs, and another 400 students pursue graduate degrees. The student-faculty ratio is 13:1. Close to 40 students from various nationalities add diversity to the student community.
There are various on-campus student-run activities and a variety of social, cultural, service and athletic events. The college is a member of the NCAA III, and NEAC. Teams participate in various sports such as volleyball, tennis, cross country, basketball, softball, and soccer. Student-run activities include choral groups, dance, drama, student government and many more.
Notable Alumni: Dr. Laura Winters (English Professor), David Clowney (NFL New York Jets Player), Louise Currie Wilmot (US Navy Rear Admiral)
College of Saint Elizabeth Programs
Average Academic Score
Undergraduate : $ 31620
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Deadlines may vary for each program, please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
2 Convent Road, Morristown, NJ 07960 ,United States of America