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Monroe college

New York, United States
Campus setting Urban
Living cost USD 1,500 per month
Student population Medium (1,001 to 10,000)
International students Contact the university / college
Institution type Private

About Monroe college

Monroe is perceived as a pioneer in giving an engaged, vocation arranged, quality training that incorporates classroom learning with genuine experience. Monroe offers a scope of declaration, partner, single man's and graduate degree programs. 

The College emerges for some reasons, and one of those reasons is the personnel. Monroe personnel are more than just educators—they are tutors, helpers and individuals from the Monroe gang. Much all the more, every educator brings precious experience into the classroom. Whether they are previous NYPD analysts, business pioneers, culinary experts or medical attendants, Monroe educators verify their students advantage from their useful learning. At Monroe, there are no immense address lobbies. Since classes are little, guideline is customized and educators know their understudies by name. It's one of the principle reasons our students do well—there's dependably an educator who will arrive before the actual arranged time or stay late to help an student comprehend and learn. Due to their devotion, Monroe personnel get over a 90% constructive rating on student overviews.

Campus information

  • Dining
    • Monroe College is committed to culinary excellence in all of the college's dining halls. With assistance from culinary students, Monroe chefs have made on-campus dining a go-to, healthy option for the Monroe community.
  • Student Clubs
    • Monroe’s Student Activities Office is one of the busiest offices at the College. With over 700 student members in over 50 clubs, there is always something to do on campus. In fact, there are over 130 activities planned per semester.
  • Student Supports
    • Each Monroe College student is assigned a counselor based on his/her schedule and major. Because the purpose of the Student Services staff is to ensure that every student has an ideal college experience, counselors and support staff members are available to  help students with any issues, whether academic or personal.
  • Health Services
    • The Health Services staff, located on the New Rochelle campus, is committed to providing caring, competent, compassionate and confidential treatment to our students. A nurse practitioner, registered nurse, counselor and medical assistant are available weekdays and the doctor is on campus weekly. When necessary, students are referred to other professionals for specific screening (including STD), consultation or treatment. Immunizations are available for a small fee and flu vaccines are offered at no charge. Physical examinations are offered as needed, but annual sports physicals are mandatory prior to practice or competition. Residential students have ongoing access to first-aid and emergency care.
  • from LaGuardia Airport
  • Take I-678 N, Hutchinson River Pkwy N and I-95 N to Garden St in New Rochelle. Take exit 16 from I-95 N
    • Head east on Grand Central Pkwy
    • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 9E for Whitestone Expwy/New York 25A/Northern Blvd toward Interstate 678
    • Keep left, follow signs for I-678/Whitestone Bridge/Van Wyck Expy/Kennedy Airport
    • Continue onto Whitestone Expressway
    • Merge onto I-678 N
    • Keep left to stay on I-678 N
    • Keep right at the fork to stay on I-678 N, follow signs for Whitestone Bridge/Bronx
    • Keep left to stay on I-678 N
    • Continue onto Hutchinson River Pkwy N
    • Take exit 6 for Interstate 95 N toward New Haven
    • Merge onto I-95 N
    • Take exit 16 toward North Ave
  • Take North Ave to Main St
    • Merge onto Garden St
    • Turn left onto 81/North Ave
    • Continue to follow North Ave
    • Turn left onto Main St


  • Traditional Residence Hall Suites
    • rooms are furnished with a twin size bed and mattress, a chest of drawers, and an armoire for each student.
    • Each bedroom is equipped with a mini refrigerator and a television with basic cable service.
    • All students who reside must be on the meal plan since there are no kitchens or kitchenettes.
    • The suite has a bathroom and central air conditioning.
    • Every floor has a common area with cable TV, and is open and lit 24 hours a day for students to socialize and study.
    • the building has a fitness center, computer lounge and laundry facility.
    • Security is provided around the clock.
  • Mixed-Use Hall
    • provide on-campus housing for 300 students and include an outdoor courtyard.
    • The lower floors will house seven classrooms as well as a 250-seat cafeteria and offices for faculty and administrators.
  • Standard Apartments
    • Apartment rooms can be singles, doubles, triples, or quads and are equipped with a full-size kitchen complete with refrigerator, stove, sink, microwave, cabinets, dining table and chairs.
    • Every apartment has a common area with sofa, chairs, coffee table, television and basic cable service.
    • The bedrooms are furnished with a twin bed, chest of drawers and, in rooms without a closet, an armoire.
  • Single Modular Units
    • Each floor features six single private modules with hardwood floors and a bed, desk, dresser and wardrobe.
    • include a shared bathroom, furnished lounge area, free laundry area and a large closet.
    • large gourmet kitchens feature granite countertops and eating area complete with a full-size refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave.
    • Lofts also include central air conditioning, cable TV and Wi-Fi service.  


Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 1 Business, Management 2 Computer Science, IT 1 Education and Teaching 1 Health and Medicine 3 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1


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