Commencement will take place this year on Wednesday, June 9th, at 5:00 pm.
Due to ongoing concerns about the pandemic, we will host a virtual celebration. The link will be shared as we get closer to the day. We had a terrific virtual event last year, which you can watch here.
Are you waiting for your diploma?
Fall 2020 and Spring 2020 Graduates: You should have received correspondence from the Registrar's Office letting you know that your diploma is ready for delivery and the steps you need to take to have us send it to you. If you have not yet received your diploma, please send an email to email@example.com assistance.
Please reach out to Jackie Ruegger in the President's Office with any questions. She is at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-740-6455.
Commencement in St. Lucia
Commencement was held for the Class of 2020 on our St. Lucia campus on Sunday, October 18th.
Congratulations to all of our incredible graduates:
Kezia R. Ackah Bertha S. Alexander Alexandrea T. Alexis Sonette Andrews-De Freitas Anisha Whitney Celestine Anthony Melinda D. Austrie Romario Benn Wilma Bailey Anic Claudinia Bruno Kelshia Breezie-Carrette Demiah K. Charlery Ivring T. Charlery Curville Charles Stanius Charles Deaundre N. Dyett Calynia Edwards Manyakie K. Edwards Mekeige L. Emmanuel Sahcha C. Eustache Antonia R. Faucher Lawrencius Felix Lyndelle Felix Amin M. Flood Constantius Francois Kervin George Nyron F. George Careen D. Glasgow Altius Harris Chrisie Harris Exter N. Harris Najae Hector Nicole Herman Vernesta Isidore Yanna N. James Danica Jankie Windia Jaunai Khandi M. Jean Christa H. Jn Baptiste Krishna S. Jn Baptiste Edona T. Jno Baptiste Tameeka Jn Baptiste Bertina Q. Jn Louis Sharlyn J. John-Rose Gemac Jolie Denzel D. Joseph Zeleiya Jones Nellie Jules Cushana Leon Zakeem I. Lucien Shanice Massicot Camie A. Matthews Jessica Mathurin Tonnia F. Maximin Coletta W. Mc Donald Andrina K. Mc Phee Melania V. Monbelley Raejean Montoute Yvonne Eleanor Parker Gordon Amanda P. Payne Nigel Peters Leslie Ann Phillip Neil Rigobert Juniel K. Sam Mashama S. Samuel Shakym A. Scott Selena A. Sheppard Shanta Simon Osband Small Chriscelar C. Sylvester Kerline Sylvester Faithline Theodore Clara N. Thomas-Forde Evangia Thompson Lee-Andra A. Thompson William Tysoe Sherma L. Toussaint Andrel N. Valcin Ronika R. Weekes Reesa Xavier
A special hello to our 2020 graduates from our New York campuses who participated in the St. Lucia graduation ceremony:
Monroe is proud to celebrate Constitution Day each year with a variety of on-campus and virtual classroom discussions, special events, and other activities.
The annual celebration commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.
In celebrating Constitution Day, we seek to encourage debate and critical thinking on current concerns, including the right to peaceful protest, the right to vote, the right to freedom of speech, the right to equal protection under the law, and much more that culminates to make the United States of America. Together, it is our responsibility to form a more perfect union.
Our School of Criminal and Social Justice helps program the events each year. To learn more, please reach out to Dean Guylaine Harrison at email@example.com.
Monroe has a long, proud history of helping its students prepare for the civic responsibilities that come with adulthood. The importance of voting and being part of the political process are woven into the curriculum across all majors.
Given the importance of this election year, President Jerome has developed a series of virtual talks to help high schools turn daily headlines into teaching opportunities for their juniors and seniors. He leads the webinars himself, often with elected officials who have served our local communities in office.