Caldwell University Joins SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards

By SAGE Scholars — February 16, 2023

Caldwell University, nationally-renowned for the research and treatment of autism spectrum disorders, has become the 100th Catholic-affiliated college to join the SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards program. Five New Jersey private colleges now participate in Tuition Rewards.

Located in suburban Caldwell, one of the top college towns in New Jersey, the University ranks as one of the safest campuses in the state. It’s 22 miles from New York City and a 30-minute drive from the Newark Liberty International Airport, helpful to attracting students from 40 countries. 98% of students receive financial aid.

Evolving and innovating, Caldwell’s 36 undergraduate majors include several new programs — Business Analytics, Communications Science & Disorders, Environmental Science, eSports Management, Exercise Science, and Supply Chain Management. The average class size is 15, with business, education, nursing and psychology among the most popular majors. Caldwell was the first college in the state to offer a bachelor of fine arts degree.

Caldwell’s 17 varsity athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division II Central Athletic Collegiate Conference. The University is the 12th Dominican-affiliated Catholic college to participate in Tuition Rewards.

Caldwell University

At the core of a Caldwell University education is our liberal arts curriculum, designed to guide students to develop critical thinking skills, appreciate diverse cultures, and acquire a moral and civic awareness. Students develop the whole self - knowledge, intellectual skills, sensitivities and creativity for a lifetime of growth.

Our charming campus is located in the picturesque town of Caldwell. It’s New Jersey’s best college town, recently voted the third best place to live in the state by New Jersey Monthly magazine. We’re 22 miles from New York City and not far from Newark’s Liberty International Airport. Our 2,200 undergrads hail from 40 countries. 98% of students receive financial aid.

Caldwell’s average class size is 15 students. Our most popular offerings include undergraduate degrees in business, education, nursing and psychology. Caldwell offers 36 undergraduate degrees and 31 graduate and certificate programs. We offer a doctoral program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a scientific discipline known to benefit children with autism spectrum disorders. Our state-of-the-art autism center is nationally renowned.

We embrace an 800-year Catholic Dominican heritage which seeks to bring about the message of truth and passion for God through the four pillars of prayer, study, community, and service. Our Campus Ministry provides an array of opportunities for students to reach out, including volunteer experiences at a soup kitchen, feeding the homeless in New York City, and rebuilding homes in Appalachia.

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