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

The scenic Monroe College St. Lucia campus in Barnard Hill Castries on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia combines the best of many worlds.

Queens Ext. Site

Monroe's Queens Extension Site is located in the heart of downtown Flushing, a vibrant and ethnically mixed district of Queens.

  • Monroe Grants

    Monroe College offers grant for incoming freshmen, continuing students, online students, graduate students and corporate partners.

  • Monroe Tuition Grant (TLC)

    May be up to $1,000 per semester based on approval by the appropiate administrator on each campus.

    To be considered for this award, students must submit a petition for additional aid to the appropriate  campus administrator   in the  Freshmen Financial Aid Office.

    The amount is determined by the appropriate administrator on each campus.  The grant will be for three consecutive semesters based on continuous enrollment and maintaining good academic standing.  The grant will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    New York Metro Grant (NYM)

    May be up to $1,600 per semester as funding allows.

    Commuter students, who have graduated from high school in the current year, and have an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) of zero may be eligible.

    The grant will continue until the completion of the Associate Degree or 60 credits if the student is directly admitted to a baccalaureate program.  Students must maintain continuous enrollment and  remain in good academic standing. The grant will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Law Enforcement Grant (CJG)

    Up to 50% of direct costs based on each  semester's enrollment status. The number of grants is limited to 50 per year.

    Awarded to full or part-time matriculated students who are active, inactive, retired or disabled members of  NYPD, not civilian employees of the NYPD. Proof of current or former  employment  by the NYPD is required.  Recipients must meet all of the undergraduate or graduate admissions requirements and must be accepted by the College.  Please visit  www.monroecollege.edu  for deadline information.

    The grant will continue until the completion of undergraduate or graduate studies and ends upon graduation. To retain eligibility, students must maintain good academic standing and continuous enrollment. 

     

    International Student Grant (ISG)

    Up to $2,000 per semester based on availability of funds.

    Awarded to new-to- Monroe undergraduate international F1 matriculated students  who have been nominated by select institutions who have a formalized articulation agreement with Monroe College.  It may be awarded to US citizens or  permanent residents who reside abroad,  commence studies at Monroe College  immediately upon entering the United States ,and have an EFC between 0-5157.

    The grant will continue until completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  Students must maintain good academic standing and continuous enrollment. 

    Early Start Grant (EIG)

    UP TO $2,500

    May be awarded to freshmen students in the fresh start program with an EFC of 0, who are accepted into the "Early Start Program" and have not been awarded any other grants or scholarships.

    The amount of this grant is determined by the appropriate administrator on each campus. The grant ends upon the completion of the Early Start Program.

    Adult Learning Grant (ADLG) (only for incoming freshmen students)

    Up to $1,000 per semester based on availability of funds.

    Students must submit a petition for additional financial aid to the appropriate campus administrator in the Freshman Financial Aid Office to be considered for this award.

    May be awarded to first -time independent adult freshmen (based on federal guidelines).  The grant will be for three consecutive semesters based on continuous enrollment. Students must maintain good academic standing. The grant will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Monroe Opportunity Grant (MOG)

    $1,800  per semester  for new AND continuing students.

    Awarded to students recruited from specific areas only (New Jersey, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Rhode Island, Florida, Connecticut, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands) or an additional area approved by the appropriate administrator.  Students must be living in Monroe housing.

    The MOG is awarded per semester until completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation. The grant will be based on continuous enrollment and remaining in good academic standing  with an EFC below 5157. The grant will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Caribbean Government Supplemental Award (CGSA)

    Amount of award is dictated by the terms of the articulation agreement and are usually matched by the sponsoring ministries. Awards may range up to $4,500 per semester.

    Awarded to accepted international students from sponsoring governments that have entered into an articulation agreement with Monroe College. Eligibility is defined by the respective articulation agreement between Monroe College and the student's home country.

    Students must contact the Office of International Admissions for information specific to existing articulation/partnership agreements from their respective country. Awards end upon the completion of the approved undergraduate program or cancellation of the articulation agreement. Students must remain in good academic standing.

    Campus Grant (CGR)

    Amounts vary and are awarded on a case by case basis. 

    Specific CGR Grants may be awarded to students by the appropriate college administrator based on unanticipated changes to the student's financial aid package or other financial circumstances.

    These may be awarded to continuing students and freshmen on a case by case basis. The award may also be granted to students who serve as Resident Assistants. In such cases, the amount is determined by the appropriate NR Financial Aid Administrator in conjunction with Residence Life. The grant will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Monroe Partnership Grant (MPG)

    Up to 20% off tuition for employees of our corporate partnership program.

    For students who are employed by an organization that has a partnership agreement with Monroe College. Students do not have to be full-time or matriculated. 

    Proof of employment is required. May be awarded to freshmen and continuing students. Freshmen should contact the appropriate Admissions Office and continuing students, the appropriate Student Financial Services Office.

    Online Full-Time Student Grant. (OSG) (Students must be new to the Online program)

    May be up to $2,000 per semester.

    Incoming students must submit a petition for additional financial aid to the appropriate campus administrator in the Online Financial Aid Office to be considered for this award. The amount of the award is based on full-time enrollment, the student's financial aid grants and the availability of funds.

    The grant continues until the completion of undergraduate studies in the hospitality field and ends upon graduation. To maintain eligibilty, students must remain in good academic standing, be full time and have continuous enrollment. The grant will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Graduate Law Enforcement Grant (MCJG)

    50% of direct costs for each semester based on the semester's enrollment status. The number of grants is limited to 50 students per award year. 

    Awarded to full or part time matriculated students, who are active,retired or disabled members of the New York City Police Department, not civilian employees of the NYPD. An application and essay and proof of current or former employment by the NYPD is required. Applications may be obtained from the Dean of the Criminal Justice Program and must be submitted a month before the start of the semester.

    The grant continues until the completion of graduate studies and ends upon graduation. Students must maintain good academic standing and continuous enrollment to retain their eligibility.