COLLEGE OF SAINT ELIZABETH
The Board of Trustees of the College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE) invites applications and nominations for the position of President. A community of learning in the Catholic liberal arts tradition for students of diverse ages, backgrounds, and cultures, CSE is the only women’s undergraduate college in New Jersey and offers co-educational continuing studies and graduate programs.
Located in Morristown, just west of New York City, the College of Saint Elizabeth is a vibrant and student-centered community with an enrollment of 520 in the undergraduate Women’s College and 1,167 men and women in continuing studies and graduate programs. The College offers more than 25 baccalaureate degrees, 10 master’s degree programs, a doctoral program in Educational Leadership, and a variety of professional certifications and certificates. With the recent dynamic change to the General Education Program and the forthcoming addition of a doctoral program in Psychology, CSE is programmatically strong and forward-looking.
Under the leadership of President Sr. Francis Raftery, CSE has made numerous positive strides forward. The College has completed more than $54M in campus projects, including the Annunciation Center, the College’s vibrant arts and education building, which houses one of the preeminent regional performance venues – the 560-seat Dolan Performance Center – as well as the Maloney Art Gallery and nationally-recognized Holocaust Education Resource Center. In addition, the campus is now completely wireless and has added smart classrooms and state-of-the art biology and chemistry labs. Finally, CSE completed a $25M capital campaign in 2008, including the first $1M gift in the College’s history.
The seventh president of the College of Saint Elizabeth will build on that successful foundation both by embracing the College’s rich history and looking to the future as a visionary, creative, and strategic thinker and transformative leader. The next president will also have: senior management and leadership experience in higher education and/or in a corporate environment; a terminal degree from an accredited institution of higher education; the ability to passionately articulate CSE’s mission, vision, and values, including it’s Catholic identity; successful experience in strategic planning, finance/budgets, and enrollment; a strong commitment to external resource development, particularly fundraising and building partnerships locally, regionally, and nationally.
Review of applications begins February 8th, 2013. Please review the Executive Search Profile, which is located at www.rhperry.com  and www.cse.edu . Applications, nominations and inquiries may be directed in confidence to: Matthew Kilcoyne, Vice President, or Dr. Roger Martin, Senior Consultant, R. H. Perry & Associates firstname.lastname@example.org .
The College of Saint Elizabeth is an equal opportunity employer.