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.

  • Welcome to Monroe!

    We are so excited you will be joining the Monroe College family this fall. We plan to help you every step of the way. Now the fun begins!

    Next Steps

    • Confirm your acceptance. Let us know you will be joining us this fall.  (Confirm Here)
    • Meet with Financial Aid. Schedule your appointment to meet with one of our financial aid advisors. If you will be dorming on campus, we will include all information regarding residence life as well.  (Schedule Here)   
    • Take your placement exams. Don’t stress. These assessments are to place you in the appropriate class.  Contact your Admissions Advisor to confirm if you are eligible for an exemption. (Schedule Here)
    • Accept your scholarship or grant award. If you are a recipient of a scholarship or grant, make sure to check the confirmation deadline. Most scholarship recipients must confirm their scholarship no later than March 15, 2019.  

    • Make a payment. New students can pay tuition deposits, housing fees and monthly payments all online. Alternatively, payments may be paid by check, draft, money order or credit card in person at the Bursar's Office or by mail. (Make Your Payment)

    Also, be sure to join our Facebook Group and follow our Instagram page for accepted students!  It will give you a chance to ask questions and connect with future classmates. Don’t forget to share your good news across social media with the hashtag #MonroeAccepted.

    Event Calendar

    We have a number of fun events planned exclusively for students who have been newly accepted to the College. They are designed to help you get to know the College a bit better and meet other students who will be starting at Monroe this fall. These events are a great way to experience what it’s like to be part of the Monroe College community! Space is limited at each event so register early.

    Event Date Register

    Hibachi Dinner Night

    Wednesday, April 3
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    Jump for Joy at Sky Zone

    Saturday, April 27
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    Summer Slam

    Friday, August 9

    August Orientation Semester Start

    Monday, August 12 

    Message from the President

    Welcome to the Monroe College family! 
    I am so happy that you decided to join us this fall, and look forward to welcoming you to campus. 
    One of my favorite parts about being president is helping students experience new things. On any given week, you will find me taking groups of students off-campus on hiking trips, on cultural expeditions into Manhattan, or tasting new foods at fun restaurants. I hope you will accept my invitation to come out with us when it arrives in your inbox. Watch your Monroe College email! 

    If you’re nervous about starting college, don’t be. The staff and faculty at Monroe are like no other. They are committed to helping you succeed and will help you on your journey from freshman to college graduate. 
    My door is always open to you. Please stop by to say hello or to discuss any concerns. I can also be reached by phone (914-740-6803) and email ( 
    Enjoy your senior year. August 12th will be here before you know it! 


    Marc Jerome

    Marc M. Jerome