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The college has 22 undergraduate majors, 14 master's degree programs and three doctoral programs (Psy.D. and Ed.D. with two tracks, K-12 leadership, and higher education leadership). The college offers six combined degree programs, five dual degree programs, and four professional preparation programs. The average undergraduate class teacher-to-student ratio is 1:13.
May 2019 was the last term for the women's undergraduate school.
The College of Saint Elizabeth is located on the campus of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. The 200-acre (0.81 km2) wooded campus is home to the classical Greek amphitheater built into a hillside and the original dairy farm for the complex.
Sister Carmela Marie Cristiano (1927-2011), Sister of Charity of Saint Elizabeth who served the community as a teacher, social worker and activist, who was the first religious sister to run for office in New Jersey.
^McManus, Jane. "Haiti is just the start for David Clowney", ESPN, May 28, 2010. Accessed February 27, 2018. "In case it doesn't work out, Clowney is preparing himself to be successful off the field. He is working toward a master's degree in criminal justice at the College of St. Elizabeth."
^Rogers, Lois. "Sister Carmela Cristiano remembered as an advocate for all generations", Trenton Monitor, August 8, 2011. Accessed February 27, 2018. "Born in New York City, N.Y., the daughter of Francis and Mary (Canonica) Cristiano, she graduated from the College of Saint Elizabeth, Convent Station, with a Bachelor of Science degree in education and began her years of service teaching in Catholic schools around the state."
^Schlossberg, Tatiana. "A Nun From New Jersey Is on a Path to Sainthood", The New York Times, October 3, 2014. Accessed February 27, 2018. "Sister Miriam Teresa was born in Bayonne in 1901, the youngest of seven children of immigrants from present-day Slovakia.... She attended the College of Saint Elizabeth, where she majored in English literature, graduating summa cum laude in 1923."
^Speiser, Matthew. "Jersey City honors trail blazing judge with post office dedication", The Jersey Journal, December 9, 2014. Accessed February 27, 2018. "Shirley A. Tolentino was a woman of many firsts.In 1976, she was the first female African-American Jersey City Municipal Court judge. In 1981, she became the first black female presiding judge of the Jersey City Municipal Court. And in 1984, she became the first female African-American Superior Court judge in the state.... She graduated from Henry Snyder High School and then later from the College of Saint Elizabeth with a degree in Latin."