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

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

  • Monroe Scholarships

    In addition to federal and state financial aid, Monroe College makes a variety of scholarships available to incoming freshman as well as transfer students to the bachelor's degree program.

    All undergraduate scholarship students are required to apply for the Federal Pell Grant as well as the TAP Grant from New York State. Pell and TAP awards will be subtracted from the total cost of a student’s tuition and fees.

  • Presidential Scholarship (PRES)

    May be awarded to high school seniors with GPAs of 90, or in top 10% of class or SAT scores of 1800 or better.  The actual amount of the scholarship is related to the student's other grants and scholarships.                                                      ,
    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester and maintain continuous enrollment. The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program. 

    Trustee Scholarship (TRUST)


    May be awarded to high school seniors with GPAs of 85 or in top 20% of class or SAT scores of 1650 or better.  The actual amount of the scholarship is related to the student's other grants and scholarships.


    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester and maintain continuous enrollment.  The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Deans Scholarship (DEAN)


    May be awarded to high school seniors with GPAs of 80 or in top 30% of class or with SAT scores of 1500 or better or demonstrated academic excellence.  The actual amount of the scholarship is related to the student's other grants and scholarships.

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester and maintain continuous enrollment.  The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

     

    Online Scholarship (DLS)


    May be awarded to incoming online transfer students with a GPA of 3.0  or higher from a previous institution who are new to Monroe. Actual awards per semester are related to the student's other grants and scholarships.

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester  and maintain  continuous enrollment.  The scholarship  will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    International Scholarships (INTS)


    Awarded to new-to- Monroe undergraduate international F1 matriculated students  who have been nominated by select institutions with a formalized articulation agreement with Monroe College and/or students with an excellent record of academic performance from their high school or prior college attended ; e.g. 3.0 or higher GPA.  It may be awarded to US citizens or  permanent residents who reside abroad and  commence studies at Monroe College immediately upon entering the United States.  The awards are competitive based on the rigor of the high school program or prior college attended. No minimum grade point average guarantees an award.  

    Scholarships remain in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and end upon graduation. Undergraduate students are expected  to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0, complete a minimum of  12 credits each semester, and maintain continuous enrollment.  See special notes concerning  continued enrollment eligibility requirements for international students.   

    Platinum Scholarship


    May be awarded to students transferring into a BBA program who have a Cumulative GPA of 3.75 or higher from their previous institution. The amount of the scholarship is related to the student's other grants and scholarships. 

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester  and maintain  continuous enrollment.  The scholarship  will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Gold Scholarship

     

    May be awarded to students transferring into a BBA program who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5-3.74 from their  previous institution. The  amount of scholarship is related to the student's other grants and scholarships.

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester  and maintain  continuous enrollment.  The scholarship  will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Silver Scholarship


    May be awarded to students transferring into a BBA program who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0-3.49 from their previous institution.  The amount of the scholarship is related to the student's other grants and scholarships. 

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester, and maintain  continuous enrollment.  The scholarship  will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Public Partners Scholarship (PBPS)


    May be awarded to students transferring from a Public College with an Associates Degree into one of  Monroe's Bachelor's Programs with a minimum GPA of 3.0 from their  prior college.  The amount of the award is related to the student's other grants and scholarships.

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  For continued eligibility, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester  and maintain  continuous enrollment.  The scholarship  will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    John Milavec Award (JMA)

    One-time award up to $400 to offset the cost of books for continuing students only.

    The application must be submitted by the second week of the semester to the appropriate Student Financial Services Office.

    To be eligible, students must have a GPA of 2.0 and have maximized all their sources of tuition funding.  Students who have already received a JMA and are applying again, may receive the award if funds are available.

    C-CAP Scholarship (CCAP)(for incoming freshmen)


    Awarded to participating  high school students who  academically qualify, place in culinary competitions nationwide and have been recommended by the C-CAP Executive Board. The Monroe Dean of the School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts finalizes this award.

    The scholarship continues until the completion of undergraduate studies in the hospitality field and  ends upon graduation.    To retain eligibility, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75,  earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester and maintain continuous enrollment. The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    ProStart Culinary Scholarship (PROS) (for incoming freshmen)

    Awarded by the Dean of the School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts to graduating high school students who have been exemplary students in their high school culinary programs and who compete and pass the ProStart certification exam. 


    The scholarship continues until the completion of undergraduate studies in the hospitality field and  ends upon graduation.    To retain eligibility, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75,  earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester and maintain continuous enrollment.  The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    America's Best High School Chef and Pastry Chef (HSCS) (for incoming freshmen)

    Full and partial scholarships are offered to graduating high school students who are winners of the Monroe College sponsored competition for America's Best High School Chef.  Students wishing to participate in this competition must contact the Dean of the School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts. The number of scholarships is limited.  

    The scholarship remains in effect until the completion of undergraduate studies in the hospitality field and ends upon graduation.   To retain eligibility, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75,  earn a minimum of 12 credits in the previous semester and maintain continuous enrollment.  The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Craig Rutman Scholarship for Culinary Arts (CRS) (for continuing students)


    Awarded in the fall semester to students who have been accepted into the Study Abroad Program for culinary students. Students must provide letters of recommendation and complete a personal interview and a culinary practical exam.  Interested students must contact the Dean of the School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts.

    Students receiving this award may continue to receive other previously awarded grants and/or scholarships in addition to the CRS award.

    PRESIDENTIAL EASE SCHOLARSHIP (EASEP)


    May be awarded to high school seniors with GPAs of 90, or in top 10% of class or SAT scores of 1800 or better, who are  are enrolled in the EASE program.    

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  Continued eligibility is based on students passing the EASE program and completing 9 credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.0, then completing  a minimum of 12 credits,  maintaining  a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and  continuous enrollment . The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    TRUSTEES EASE SCHOLARSHIP (EASET)

    May be awarded to high school seniors with GPAs of 85, or in top 20% of class or SAT scores of 1650 or better, who are enrolled in the EASE program.  

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.   Continued eligibility is based on students passing the EASE program and completing 9 credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. , then completing  a minimum of 12 credits, maintaining  a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and continuous enrollment.      The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Deans EASE Scholarship (EASED)

    May be awarded to high school seniors with GPAs of 80 or in top 30% of class or with SAT scores of 1500 or better or demonstrated academic excellence,  who are enrolled in the EASE Program.  

    The scholarship remains in effect through the completion of undergraduate studies and ends upon graduation.  Continued eligibility is based on students passing the EASE program and completing 9 credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. , then completing  a minimum of 12 credits  maintaining  a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and continuous enrollment. The scholarship will be prorated for students attending the Early Start Program.

    Athletic Scholarships

    Maximum awards for all athletic scholarships are determined by division. Actual awards are made annually and vary based on the student athlete's eligibility for financial aid grants, available funding and judgment of the athletic director and respective coach. They may be prorated for an athlete attending the Early Start Program.

    Awards may not be adjusted after the 15th day of the semester. Awards may be renewed for student athletes who maintain good academic and athletic standing as defined by both institutional and NJCAA eligibility criteria. 

    All Division I teams: Scholarships may be used to pay for tuition, fees, books,housing, meals and transportation costs ( one time per academic year) to and from college by direct route. They may be prorated for an athlete attending the Early Start Program.

    All Division II teams : Scholarships may be used to pay for tuition, fees and books. They may be prorated for an athlete attending the Early Start Program

     

    Marching Band Scholarship

    Awarded to students who meet the qualifications for membership in the Monroe Marching Band.  Actual awards are made annually and vary based on the student's eligibility for financial aid grants, available funding, and the judgment of the Marching Band Director.  Awards will be renewed by the Band Director for students who continue to be  members of the band and have maintained good academic standing and continuous enrollment. 

    Mayor's Graduate Scholarship Program (MGSP)

    Awards provide up to a 50% tuition discount.

    Students must be full-time employees of the City of New York.  Contact the Dean of the King Graduate School on the appropriate campus.

    Students must maintain a 3.3 cumulative GPA and continuous enrollment.

    Graduate International Student Scholarship (INTS)

    Awarded to new Monroe graduate international F1 matriculated students. Qualified candidates must have a 3.75 GPA from their previous undergraduate institution.  The number of awards is limited by availability of funds and is awarded by the Office of International Admissions.   The scholarship ends upon the completion of graduate studies and graduation.

    Students are expected to complete 9 credits in the previous semester and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.7 and continuous enrollment. ( See Notes )

    Graduate Articulation Agreement Scholarship (MART) New Rochelle Campus

    Awarded to students entering the New Rochelle Monroe Graduate Schoofrom schools who have an articulation agreement with Monroe.  Contact the Dean of Graduate Programs on the New Rochelle Campus.

    The scholarship continues until the completion of graduate studies and ends upon graduation. Continued eligibility is based on students completing 9 credits in the previous semester and maintaining  a cumulative GPA of 3.7 and continuous enrollment.

    SPECIAL NOTES RELATED TO SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

    Students cannot receive two scholarships from the college with the exception of the Craig Rutman Scholarship. If a student is receiving both a scholarship and a grant, the second award  cannot exceed $1,000 per semeste.

                          
    International students receiving an INTS  Scholarship who attend part-time in their third consecutive semester may receive a pro-rated scholarship.  Upon returning to full-time status on campus, the full scholarship will be awarded if GPA eligibility has been maintained.  

                         
    Scholarships are originally awarded based on full-time enrollment status, and  completing a minimum of 12 credits each semester and continuous enrollment,  with the exception of international students in their third consecutive semester.

    Therefore, scholarship students,  who go from full-time to part-time, will receive a pro-rated scholarship for the part-time semester, but will not be eligible for the scholarship the semester following their part-time status.     

                       
    Part-time Status:  Grant amounts are  pro-rated by semester based on the student's enrollment status.  A student attending 3/4 time, will receive 75% of their full time grant; half time, 50%, less than half-time, 25%.   

                         
    Loss of Scholarship and or Grant : Students may appeal the loss of their scholarship and/or grant by contacting the appropriate Student Services or Student Financial Services Office on their campus. Documentation supporting the appeal may be required before any decision is made.