Bronx

Monroe College's Bronx campus is an ideal urban campus located in the bustling Fordham section.

New Rochelle

Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.

St. Lucia

Located on the Vide Boutielle Highway, Monroe College’s St. Lucia campus offers a practical education designed to give students a competitive edge in the workplace.

  • What is the Monroe College Honors Program?

    Established in 2004, the Monroe College Honors Program provides our most academically accomplished students the opportunity to engage in advance coursework, participate in experiential learning activities, serve the local community through volunteer work and become part of a special community at Monroe College.

    This brochure provides information on the Honors Program.

    Mission

    The Monroe College Honors Program aims to serve the most promising incoming students and our highest-performing continuing students who are insatiably curious and love to learn. Characteristically, Honors students take calculated academic risks, and readily engage in academic discussion, debate, research, and writing.  

  • Mc Donald

    A Message from the Chairperson

    Graduating from college in and of itself is quite an achievement. And when one enters the job market, he or she is competing with hundreds of individuals who hold their Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees. So, what can set you apart from the rest? It is, without doubt, individuals who graduate with an Honors diploma, alongside their Associate’s and/or Bachelor’s degrees, find more doors open to them. The Honors Program at Monroe College is a small community of individuals who love to learn. But Honors does more than focus on academic excellence. We enjoy going out and giving back to our community, socializing and improving our interpersonal skills, and having fun all the while.  

    Welcome to the Honors Program at Monroe College. We can’t wait to welcome you to our Honors community.

    Professor Kathryn M. MacDonald