College of Saint Elizabeth Reviews
- Morristown (NJ)
- Annual Tuition: $33,596
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 3/29/2019
- Degree: Education
- Graduation Year: 2016
"The College of Saint Elizabeth, located in Morristown, New Jersey has excellent professors who will do anything necessary to help you succeed. Class sizes are kept relatively small, which created an intimate learning environment where all the students and professors get to know each other very well. There is a lot and support available thru peer tutoring. In addition, there are a variety of clubs and sports which make the social environment of the college enjoyable. When I attended CSE, it was an all-girls campus; however it is now a co-ed campus. It is close by Drew University and Fairleigh Dickinson University, which makes for a great social environment with three colleges close by. I wish there was more financial assistance/scholarship information when I attended the college. I would have loved for the chance to re-apply for scholarships/grants each semester. I had a great college experience; I just wish more financial aide was available in terms of helping me fund my college education as well as plan for graduate school. When I graduated from CSE, I had no knowledge of how to apply for graduate school and I was told I would not be eligible for any grants or scholarships to attend their graduate program. This was very disheartening, as I had worked very hard during my schooling. I attended the College of Saint Elizabeth for three years as I was a transfer student from the County College of Morris. Unfortunately, being a double major and also a transfer student it took me an additional year to finish the program due to a lot of credits not transferring to the university. This is the only negative aspect of my college experience at CSE."
- Reviewed: 9/1/2017
- Degree: Business
- Graduation Year: 2013
"Great staff, small classes feels more like a family instead of just a number."