Coordinates: 40°50?02?N 74°16?23?W / 40.834°N 74.273°W
Caldwell University (formerly Caldwell College and originally Caldwell College for Women) is a Catholic liberal arts university in Caldwell, New Jersey, United States. Founded in 1939 by the Sisters of St. Dominic, the University is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, chartered by the State of New Jersey and registered with the Regents of the University of the State of New York. Caldwell offers 25 undergraduate and 30 graduate programs, including doctoral, master's, certificate and certification programs, as well as online and distance learning options.
In 2013, Caldwell College received approval for University Status and changed its name to Caldwell University on July 1, 2014.
The university is located in suburban New Jersey, and it is about 20 miles from Manhattan. It is on a seventy-acre campus along
Essex County Route 506 (Bloomfield Avenue) and shares the land with the Sisters of St. Dominic's Caldwell convent and Mount Saint Dominic Academy, an all-girls Catholic high school. The Sisters also operate Saint Dominic Academy in nearby Jersey City and Lacordaire Academy in Upper Montclair.
The Department of Athletics oversees all athletic programs at the University. Caldwell University teams participate as a member of the
National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division II. The Cougars are a member of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC). In bowling, a women-only sport at the NCAA level in which a single national championship is contested for all three NCAA divisions, the Cougars are a single-sport member of the Division I Northeast Conference.
In fall of 2019, Caldwell University will launch an eSports program as a member of the ECAC. The inaugural team will compete in the games of Overwatch and League of Legends.
At the same time, Caldwell University will also launch a B.S. in e-Sports Management.  
Men's sports Baseball
Track and Field
Women's sports Basketball
Track and Field
Alumni of Caldwell University include:
Bill Brennan, activist and politician. 
Jane Burgio (1922-2005), politician who served as Secretary of State of New Jersey and as a member of the New Jersey General Assembly. 
Mary Jo Codey (born 1955), former First Lady of the State of New Jersey and wife of former Governor Richard Codey. 
Beth Fowler (born 1940), actress who appeared in numerous Broadway productions and . Orange Is the New Black 
Arline Friscia, politician who served as a member of the New Jersey General Assembly from 1996 to 2002, where she represented the 19th Legislative District. 
Mary Jo Kopechne (1940-1969), who drowned while riding as a passenger in a car driven by U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy. The circumstances of her drowning death at Chappaquiddick Island remain controversial, with her death regarded as a major hindrance to the Presidential aspirations of Kennedy. 
Billy McDonald (2012-2016), professional basketball player (Germany).  Arthur Morrison (2008-2012), professional basketball player (Portugal). 
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Kelly, Mike. "Kelly: The man who wants to send Christie to jail", , November 29, 2016. Accessed February 22, 2018. "Brennan left the Teaneck Fire Department in 2006. He says he used some of the money he won to put himself through Caldwell College and then Seton Hall Law School." The Record (Bergen County)
2007 Hall of Fame Inductee, Jane Grey Burgio, Nutley Hall of Fame. Accessed November 9, 2019. "Ms. Burgio was born in Nutley at 169 Highfield Lane. She was the granddaughter of Abram Blum, the first Mayor of Nutley under the Commission form of government adopted in 1912. She graduated from Nutley High School in 1940 and attended the Display Institute in New York City, the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts, Caldwell College, and Essex County College."
^ Mansnerus, Laura.
"Choosing Her Fights, While She Can", , January 29, 2005. Accessed February 21, 2018. "She met Mr. Codey when she was 19, a freshman at Caldwell College, and he was, at 28, already in the General Assembly." The New York Times
^ Klein, Alvin.
"Theater; A Musical Powerhouse Returns to the Stage", , November 26, 2000. Accessed February 22, 2018. "Ms. Fowler was born in Jersey City, moved to Rutherford, attended Caldwell College, lived in Glen Rock when she was a teacher and in a studio apartment in Teaneck before she married." The New York Times
Assemblywoman Arline M. Friscia, New Jersey Legislature, backed up by the Internet Archive as of February 22, 1998. Accessed June 3, 2010.
^ Kashatus, William C.
"Remembering Mary Jo", , July 26, 2015. Accessed February 21, 2015. "
Inspired by President John F. Kennedy's challenge to 'ask what you can do for your country,' Mary Jo Kopechne took a job with the Lay Apostolate, a kind of Catholic Peace Corps, after her graduation from Caldwell College in New Jersey in 1962." The Citizens' Voice
"Billy McDonald Basketball Player Profile, MTSV Friendsfactory Schwabing, Caldwell, News, Regionalliga stats, Career, Games Logs, Best, Awards - eurobasket" . Retrieved 2017.
"Arthur III Morrison Basketball Player Profile, AngraBasket/Vaquinha, Caldwell, News, Proliga stats, Career, Games Logs, Best, Awards - eurobasket" . Retrieved 2017.