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New York residents aged 18 and older are eligible to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Appointments are required.
With the Spring semester starting on April 30th, the College has been working hard to begin reopening the classrooms and labs, and getting ready for our students’ gradual return. 
Students visit virtually with the 35-year-old celebrated viral immunologist who helped lead the National Institutes of Health team working to find an effective vaccine to combat COVID-19.
The School of Education's new "Little Mustangs Academy" is helping its pre-service teachers gain the experiential learning they need to stay the course with their education as the pandemic continues. 
Congratulations to Monroe alum and staff member Levonnia Carter on the publication of her wonderful children's book, "My Hair is My Crown." 
ix members on Team CINY’s roster posted impressive results in the American Culinary Federation (ACF) competition held at the Restaurant School at Walnut Hill in Philadelphia, PA. 
The annual event, sponsored by ”Big Four” accounting firm Deloitte and hosted at its headquarters in New York City, provides a competitive forum for students to showcase their qualitative, quantitative, and communication skills. During the competiti
The College was delighted earlier this month to host very special guests from the Bahamas Consulate in New York. It was an honor to welcome Consul-General Lawrence Cartwright and his colleagues to the New Rochelle campus for a visit with students, faculty
CASTRIES, ST. LUCIA, January 24, 2019 – Monroe College, the U.S.-based institution offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs from its campus in Castries, today held a graduation exercise for the first class of students to complete their pro
Today, the Monroe College School of Justice held a special screening of RIKERS: An American Jail, apowerful documentary that provides a first-hand look at some of the correctional system’s discernible shortcomings.