Our Fall 2021 semester starts on Thursday, September 9th. Classes and activities will take place onsite and online. We can't wait to welcome everyone to campus!
Innovative program grants African students the opportunity to earn their Monroe degree online while receiving academic support, tutoring, mentoring, advising and student life activities on-site in Dakar, Senegal.
Newsweek is the latest news outlet to recognize the affordability of a Monroe education.
International students honored for academic excellence at National Association of Black Accountants' annual gala.
Culinary competition team takes home the silver from the American Culinary Federation event in Orlando.
Two Monroe College alums proudly take the field at the summer games in Tokyo this year.
Effective September 9th with the start of Fall semester classes, all who come to campus on a regular basis will be required to show proof of vaccination.
The College was exceptionally delighted to learn this week that nine of our teams qualified for the 2020-21 NJCAA Academic Awards, as announced by the NJCAA late last week.
Students in Professor Gina Negrin’s EN221 Literary Criticism and Analysis course share their creative works.
Dr. Annie Leiser-Kleinhaus shared her first-hand account as a child during the Holocaust.
More than 140 students from 32 NYC high schools participate in "Social Justice, Government, and Civic Engagement: A Dual Enrollment Course for Today’s High School Juniors and Seniors"