New Jersey Magazine

2015-2016

Going to College in New Jersey. A magazine for college-bound students in New Jersey. Features colleges and universities in New Jersey.

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20 GOING TO COLLEGE IN NEW JERSEY • WWW.HESAA.ORG • 1-609-584-4480 FOUR-YEAR PRIVATE COLLEGE Admission Ofce: Phone: (800) 210-7900 Hours: Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Email: apply@cse.edu Financial Aid Ofce: Phone: (973) 290-4445 Hours: Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Driving Directions: cse.edu/about-cse/maps-and-directions/ IMPORTANT FACTS: ACADEMIC YEAR • Annual Tuition: $29,732 • Per Credit Tuition: $800 • Annual Room & Board: $12,744 FINANCIAL AID • Application Deadline: March 1 OTHER INFORMATION • Student Body Size: 1,274 • Student Teacher ratio: 11:1 • Students Living on Campus: 72% • Middle States Accredited • TEAC Accredited • Ofering 17 undergraduate programs, 10 master's pro- grams, 2 doctoral programs COLLEGE OF SAINT ELIZABETH 2 Convent Road, Morristown, NJ 07960 | www.cse.edu facebook.com/CollegeofSaintElizabeth | @CollegeofSaintE Welcome to the College of Saint Elizabeth, a Catholic academic institution founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity on the tenets of excellence, integrity, leadership, and social responsibility. Our students take advantage of all the College has to ofer on a beautiful 200-acre campus bordered by the NJ Transit train to New York City. The proximity to New York and the Metropolitan area allows students to seek out internships, service opportunities, and/or employment with many of CSE's partners. In 2016, the College will be totally coeducational. CSE athletics will be felding men's basketball and soccer with men's tennis, volleyball, and swimming teams following in the next three years. CSE students are challenged both in and out of the classroom to seek answers to the difcult moral and ethical questions of our time. Through intellectual discourse and study, students discover their obligations to others and their responsibility to those who have no voice. Our alumni have excelled in their respective felds in medicine, physical and mental health felds, law, business, and public service.

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