2 Convent Road
Santa Rita Hall - First Floor
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989
Phone: (800) 210-7900
Mon-Th: 8:30am - 6:00pm
Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm
You will need your CSE account to access any services provided by the College of Saint Elizabeth. As soon as your enrollment is received either by check or by a credit card over the phone, you will receive a letter from the Admission Office with your student ID number.
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FIRST TIME FRESHMAN
For the remainder of the summer, the Summer Registration Sessions will take place individually. Please call the Office of Admission at 1-800-210-7900 to schedule an appointment.
During your visit to campus you will have your CSE ID photo taken, complete your Math Placement Test and meet with an Academic Advisor to register for the upcoming semester. You should plan on being on campus for 1 1 1/2 hours. Please be sure to submit your writing sample prior to your scheduled appointment.
Please contact Courtney Hartmann at (973) 290-4704 / firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your advising appointment. If you have not yet completed English Comp I or a 100 level College Math class, you will need to take basic skills testing.
Your completed health form provides us with the necessary information we need to ensure that we are providing a safe and healthy campus community. Please call the CSE Health Services Office at (973) 290-4175, print the Medical Requirement Forms and bring them to your doctor immediately.
Living on campus is a large part of the total college experience, so we would like to work with you to determine the best possible arrangement. Fill out the Residence Life Questionnaire to help us better facilitate your room and roommate placement.
Upon payment of your Enrollment Deposit to CSE, you should finalize your financial aid package by submitting all documentation that has been requested by the Financial Aid Office via the Missing Information Letter. This will ensure that all adjustments to the information you had originally supplied on your FAFSA application form, if any, are accurate and are submitted early enough to state and federal entities to meet their deadlines for federal and state aid eligibility.
Financial Planning: As part of the Gateway to CSE Session, students and parents will have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with a financial aid counselor to review the financial aid package and discuss additional financial resources available. A Financial Planning Worksheet has been provided to assist families in determining how they will finance the expenses for the upcoming academic year. Please print out the form, complete it and bring it with you. The financial aid counselor will review this form with you during your meeting and answer any questions you may have.
You can view your billing information through Self-Service. You must initialize your CSE account as indicated in Step 1 to successfully log in to Self-Service.
Tuition charges are due upon receipt of your invoice. Inquiries about billing or tuition payment plans should be directed to the Business Office at (973) 290-4443 or (973) 290-4412 or email@example.com.
All students interested in participating in collegiate athletics must complete an athletic pre-participation physical examination form and pre-participation athletic history form with their individual doctor. They must have complete clearance by their doctor and return all completed forms to Dr. Susan Lasker in the Wellness Center via fax at 973-290-4182.
For further questions and information, please contact Juliene Simpson, Director of Athletics at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Athletics website to learn more about Athletics at CSE.
Download the Athletic Pre-Participation Physical Examination Form
All CSE students are required to have an ID. Photos are taken in the Security Office on the lower level of Henderson Hall. Student attending the Summer Registration Session will have their photos taken at that time. Please contact Gloria Ziobro at (973) 290-4603 with any questions.
All first time freshman students need to submit their final official high school transcript. All transfer students or freshman students with college credits must submit their final college transcript to the Office of Admission.