In The Community
A real-world education means getting out into the real world, starting in our community. The administration, faculty, and students live the idea of giving back. From youngsters who deserve a bright future to neighbors who need a helping hand.
Beyond school spirit, Monroe students are dedicated to improving the lives of our neighbors with days of caring, weekends of giving and service projects the year round, coordinated by the Honors Program. Work on projects like helping at a homeless shelter or soup kitchen, improving the environment or mentoring kids.
The community service weekends motivated me to make the world a better place.
School of Allied Health
Honors Program Member
The ABC Education Club
Each semester, members, including non-education majors, take on key projects that support children in the community and abroad.
The Community Service Weekend
Spearheaded by students in the Honors Program, students participate in a dozen charity events over two days.
Student Veterans of America
Members of Monroe’s Student Veterans of America develop programs on campus to help veterans transition to college life.
The Presidential Partnership Program
This ambitious program to increase college access, affordability, and student outcomes has made the college dreams of more than 1,000 New York students and their families come true.