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Monmouth University

Weekend Information Session

Lucia Fedele

on 6 November 2015

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Mid-size Campus –
6,300 students

Average Class size – 21 students

Student to Faculty Ratio – 14 to 1
Princeton Review's "Best 377 Colleges"
A faculty committed to academic excellence and to mentoring and guiding students toward success;

A highly personal, collaborative, and engaging
learning environment;

That prepares students to become active leaders and engaged citizens.
Who We are
Just over an hour to New York and Philadelphia
Ideal for internships
Interaction with professionals
Access to cultural events

One mile from the Atlantic Ocean
Research opportunities
Beach front living
Great Location

Woodrow Wilson Hall
Monmouth University Library

Rechnitz Hall
Financial Markets Lab
Plangere Center for Communication
Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC)
Mullaney Hall
Our Campus

U.S. News & World Report’s “ Best College” rankings show that Monmouth University is one of the fastest-rising schools in the top tier of Regional Universities-North.
Middle School
Early Childhood
Students with Disabilities
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Supplemental Instruction for Reading
and Mathematics
School of Education:
Foreign Language
Health/Physical Ed
Political Science
Five Year Program
Monmouth’s School of Education is NCATE Accredited
Economics and Finance
International Business
* 5 year MBA program
Leon Hess Business School:
Management and Decision Sciences
Marketing and Management and Decision Sciences
Real Estate
The Leon Hess Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Fewer than 5% of business schools worldwide have this distinction.
Art: optional concentration in Photography
Communication: Communication Studies, Journalism/Public Relations, or Radio/TV
Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice: Five-Year Program
Homeland Security
Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Fine Art: concentrations in Animation and Graphic and Interactive Design
Foreign Language: concentration in Spanish
Foreign Language: concentration in Spanish and Communication (Journalism cluster)
Foreign Language: concentration in Spanish and Communication (Radio/TV cluster)
History Five-Year Program
History and Political Science Interdisciplinary
Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Music: optional concentration in Music Industry

Political Science: optional concentration in International Relations
Political Science/Public Policy Five-Year Program

Psychology and School Counseling Five-Year Program


Spanish and International Business

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Biology: optional concentration in Molecular Cell Physiology
Chemistry: optional concentrations in Advanced Chemistry, Biochemistry,
Chemical Physics
Clinical Laboratory Sciences: optional concentrations in Nanotechnology,
Medical Laboratory Science
Computer Science: concentrations in Advanced Computing and
Applied Computing
Computer Science - Five-Year Program
Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy
Mathematics: optional concentration in Statistics
Medical Laboratory Science
Software Engineering
School of Science:
School of Science:

Monmouth Medical Scholars
8 year BS/MD program

BS/MD or BS/DVM program with Saint George’s University
Monmouth’s Software Engineering program is included in
U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges – Engineering Programs.
Fully Accredited by the National Council of Social Work Education, and the only school in the country to offer a graduate-level International & Community Development track.
The School of Social Work is recognized as a
“Top 100” program by U.S. News & World Report.
Five-year program
School of Social Work:
BSN (freshmen only)
RN to BSN (transfer students only - must have RN
RN to MSN direct

Health Studies
Health and Physical Education (non-teaching track)
Health and Physical Education (teaching track)
Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies:
Approximately 70 first year students
Themed courses
Cluster experience
Honors Housing (Beechwood Hall)
Honors Thesis
Annual scholarships
The Honors School:
3.5 Cumulative GPA
1800 SAT (all three sections)
Experiential Education:
Required of all MU students
Gain real world experience
Available to students with all

Study Abroad

Recent Internships:
The White House
MTV Networks
Merrill Lynch
Walt Disney Company
Apply your Knowledge
Once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Four distinct programs:

Regents College
London, England
Macquarie University
Sydney, Australia
Summer study
Cadiz, Spain
Fall or Summer study
Florence, Italy
Study Abroad:
Computer Science
Corporate/Public Communication
Criminal Justice
Education (certain programs)
Political Science/Public Policy
Psychology and School Counseling
Social Work
Software Engineering

For incoming freshmen
GPA – 3.25
SAT – 1600 (all three sections)
Get Ahead
Graduate Programs:
Liberal Arts
Public Policy
Psychological Counseling
Mental Health Counseling
Nursing: Administration, Adult Psychiatric
and Mental Health, Adult Nurse
Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner,
Forensic Nursing, Nursing Education,
School Nursing; Doctor of Nursing Practice
Computer Science: Computer Networks, Databases and Intelligent Information
Systems, Security of Information
Systems and Networks
Financial Mathematics
Software Engineering
Social Work: International and Community Development, Clinical Practice with
Families and Children
Advanced Study:
Graduate Programs:
MBA: Healthcare Management,
Accounting, Finance, Real Estate
Education: Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary, Principal, School
Administrator , Reading Specialist,
School Counseling, Student Affairs and
College Counseling, Autism, Learning Disabilities
Corporate and Public Communication
Criminal Justice: Homeland Security option
English: Literature, Creative Writing,
New Jersey Studies, Rhetoric
and Writing
History: US, European, World
Accounting Society
African American Student Union
All Lifestyles Included (ALI)
Animal Representatives of MU
Artists for Change
Bowling Club Team
Catholic Center
Chabad Club
Cheerleading Team
Chemistry Club
Christian Ambassadors
Circle K
Get Involved: Make your ark!
College Republicans of Monmouth University
Colleges Against Cancer
Community Service Club
Council for Exceptional Children
Counseling Students Association
Criminal Justice Club
Cycling Club
Dance Team
Debate Team
Economics and Finance Club
Study Abroad Club
Surf Club
Voices for Choice
WMCX 88.9 (campus radio station)
Alpha Sigma Tau
Alpha Xi Delta
Delta Phi Epsilon
Lambda Theta Alpha
Phi Sigma Sigma
Zeta Tau Alpha
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Alpha Omicron Pi
Phi Kappa Psi
Sigma Pi
Sigma Tau Gamma
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Theta Xi
Delta Tau Delta
Tau Delta Phi
Alpha Kappa Psi
Monmouth University Pep Band
Monmouth University Professional Nurses Association
Muslim Student Association
National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)
Outdoors Club
The Outlook (student newspaper)
Political Science Club
Psychology Club
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

Residence Hall Association
Senior Class
Snowriders Club
Social Work Society
Sociology Club
South Asian Student Association (SASA)
Student Activities Board (SAB)
Student Alumni Association (SAA)
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
Students Taking Action and Responsibility Today (START)
Environmental Club
Field Hockey Club
Gender Studies Club
Global Service Project
Habitat for Humanity
Hawk TV
History and Anthropology Club
Ice Hawks Club
Information Technology Association
International Club

International Reading Association
Italian Club
Knitting and Crochet Club
LaCarboneria Philosophy and Religion Club
Latin American Student Association
Management and Marketing Association
Men’s Lacrosse
Monmouth Graduate Student Association
Monmouth Review (literary magazine)
Monmouth Scores
Monmouth Student Athletes Advisory Council
Monmouth boasts fourteen former Hawks now playing professionally in their respective sports, including All-Pro Wide Receiver Miles Austin, Seattle Sounders’ goalkeeper Bryan Meredith, and Boston Red Sox first-round draft pick Pat Light.

Christie Pearce Rampone ‘97 is a three-time
Olympic Gold medalist, women's soccer.
NCAA D-I Athletics
The 153,200-square foot MAC, features a 4,100 seat arena,
200M six-lane track, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Cross Country
Football (FCS)
Swimming (Fall 2015)
Track & Field
Cross Country
Field Hockey
Swimming (Fall 2015)
Track & Field
Choose from many different sports

Structured leagues and tournaments are offered

Championship prizes are awarded to the winner
Intramural & Club Sports: Stay Active
Intramural Sports:

Flag Football
Ultimate Frisbee
Volleyball…and more.
Club Sports:

Men’s Ice Hockey
Monmouth Dance Team
Women’s Field Hockey
Men’s Lacrosse
Transfer Applicants
Admission Office
After Acceptance
Tuition and Financial Aid
First -Year Applicants
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First-Year Applicants
Apply online: www.monmouth.edu/apply
Common Application
Universal Application
$50 Application fee
High school transcript
SAT or ACT scores
Letter of recommendation
Applying to Monmouth:
Transfer Applicants
Apply online: www.monmouth.edu/apply
$50 Application fee
Transcript (s)
SAT or ACT (if applicable)

Fall: July 15
Spring: December 15
Applying to Monmouth:
Applying to Monmouth
Visit the Welcome Center
$200 enrollment deposit
Secure your space in the class!

$150 housing deposit and contract

Parking fee ($350) and contract
Resident freshman parking is extremely limited
After Acceptance
Tuition and Financial Aid:
2015-2016 Academic Year *

Full time commuter student
Approx. $33,700
Full time resident student
Approx. $46,200

Academic Excellence Grants & Scholarships
Range from $2,000 to $17,000 per year

Transfer Scholarships
Range from $2,000 to $9,000 per year

* Pending approval by the Board of Trustees

Visit our Scholarship Estimator Form and Net Price Calculator at:
Meet your counselor at www.monmouth.edu/admissionreps

Phone: 732-571-3456

E-mail: admission@monmouth.edu
We're Here to Help
Connect with us: www.monmouth.edu/connect
Enjoy your tour!
5 Year Programs
Early Action: December 1
Notification: January 15
Regular Decision: March 1
Notification: April 1
On Campus
Suite Style
Traditional Style
Honors Housing
NEW Sophomore residence hall
Off Campus Housing Options
Pier Village (University sponsored)
University Bluffs (University owned)
Housing guaranteed for 2 years
We have a plan for you!

New Student Orientation
First Year Advising
SHADOW program
Center for Student Success
Monmouth University's Center for Student Success was selected as one of seven nationwide to receive an Outstanding Institutional Advising Program Award

A campus... a home.
...and more!
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