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.

  • New Rochelle Dining

    Monroe College is committed to culinary excellence in all of the college's dining halls. With assistance from culinary students, Monroe chefs have made on-campus dining a go-to, healthy option for the Monroe community.

    The Mustang Cafe

    On the New Rochelle campus, the Mustang Cafe, located in the Monroe Athletic Center (“the MAC”), is the main dining hall where students may enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week during the semester. Students have numerous options, including a selection of hot meals, a pasta and carving station, salad bar, sandwiches and other choices.

    All student apartments on the New Rochelle campus come equipped with kitchens so students can prepare their own meals if they so choose. Those living in residence halls have refrigerators and access to microwaves.

    The Dining Lab and Pastry Kiosk 

    The Dining Lab at Monroe College is a student-run restaurant in our New Rochelle campus that operates as part of the School of Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts. The restaurant is open to the public and offers a three-course gourmet dinner with a selection of homemade meals.The menu is offered at a fixed priced of just $18.95.

    The Dining Lab’s daytime operation, The Pastry Kiosk, is also open to the public and serves gourmet sandwiches, paninis, pizzas, and pastries – among other delicious offerings.  

    Meal Plans

    Students can choose to participate in one of the semester-long meal plans. The “Gold” meal plan, priced at $1,300, includes 21 meals per week, plus $150 in Mustang Bucks that can be used in the dining halls for any extras. Mustang Bucks can also be used at select restaurants near the New Rochelle campus. 

    The “Blue” meal plan is $920 and includes 12 meals per week, ideal for those students who want the flexibility to both eat in the dining halls and cook for themselves.

    Students who participate in one of the meal plans can take their meals in the Bronx or New Rochelle dining halls. Students can also purchase Mustang Bucks for fast and easy payment at all campus cafeterias.

  • Dining Halls

    On the New Rochelle campus, the Mustang Cafe, located in the Monroe Athletic Center (“the MAC”), is the main dining hall where students may enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week during the semester. Students have numerous options, including a selection of hot meals, a pasta and carving station, salad bar, sandwiches and other choices.

    All student apartments on the New Rochelle campus come equipped with kitchens so students can prepare their own meals if they so choose. Those living in residence halls have refrigerators and access to microwaves.

    The Dining Lab and Pastry Kiosk

    The Dining Lab at Monroe College is a student-run restaurant in our New Rochelle campus that operates as part of the School of Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts. The restaurant is open to the public and offers a three-course gourmet dinner with a selection of homemade meals.The menu is offered at a fixed priced of just $18.95.

    The Dining Lab’s daytime operation, The Pastry Kiosk, is also open to the public and serves gourmet sandwiches, paninis, pizzas, and pastries – among other delicious offerings. 

    Meal Plans

    Students can choose to participate in one of the semester-long meal plans. The “Gold” meal plan, priced at $1,300, includes 21 meals per week, plus $150 in Mustang Bucks that can be used in the dining halls for any extras. Mustang Bucks can also be used at select restaurants near the New Rochelle campus. 

    The “Blue” meal plan is $920 and includes 12 meals per week, ideal for those students who want the flexibility to both eat in the dining halls and cook for themselves.

    Students who participate in one of the meal plans can take their meals in the Bronx or New Rochelle dining halls. Students can also purchase Mustang Bucks for fast and easy payment at all campus cafeterias.