High School Senior
Congratulations! All your hard work has finally paid off and now the exciting anticipation of being a college student is a reality. Although we are heeding the call for social distancing, we are planning every day for your first year at Monroe. We've created a list of next steps so you can check off each one. Please also look out for emails inviting you to virtual events for rising first year students. Smile - you deserve it!
We will make sure you feel comfortable at Monroe so we become your home away from home. Monroe's International student staff is dedicated to supporting your endeavors and ensuring your academic success here. We've put together a list of next steps so your transition to full time student in the USA is an easy one.
You did it! Now it is time to finalize the details so you can move on to this next chapter. Your team at Monroe will make sure that your transition to full time college student is an easy one. We have outlined your next steps so that you can be prepare to start class this semester.
Web Advisor is your online resource for Registration and your personal Degree Audit (EVAL). Register for classes via Web Advisor. You can also print your Degree Audit (EVAL), reference the Registration Book for course sequencing/pre-requisites, review course descriptions, check your Graduation requirements and view your grades at the end of the semester.
You can access Web Advisor via MyMonroe, under the Single Sign-On gadget.
You can see your statements through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) Student Account Center that can be found in MyMonroe. The TMS Student Account Center allows you to view your student account activity, make payments and structure payment plans. Additionally, you can authorize your parents/guardians to have access to the Student Account Center so they can make payments or establish payment plans on your behalf.
The College does not mail paper bills. Each time a new e-bill is produced, students are notified through their Monroe College email. Students can make payments online, by mail or wire transfer or in person at the Bursar’s Office. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their account is paid in a timely manner.