Monroe College was founded in the year 1933 as a private college to educate men and women. The campus is located in New York, in the city of New Rochelle, USA. U.S. News and World Report ranked Monroe as the most affordable private college in the state of New York.
The college offers bachelors and master’s degree, including certificate and associate programs in Business and Accounting, Criminal Justice, Education, Hospitality, and IT. The programs are taught at the School of Allied Health Professionals, the School of Business and Accounting, The School of Criminal Justice, the School of Education, the School of Hospitality Management, and Culinary Arts, The School of Information Technology, and the King Graduate School.
6500 students are enrolled at full-time programs at the college out of which over 5500 students study bachelors programs, and a close to 900 students study masters programs. Monroe has an acceptance rate of 53% with a student-faculty ratio of 18:1
Close to 700 students participate in 50 student-run clubs and organizations and Monroe College. The athletics home team, The Mustangs, compete in the NJCAA Division I and Division II. The college team has won four national titles and many gold medals at intercollegiate competitions.
Monroe College Programs
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Bachelors Tuition: USD 14330.
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Fall: Early Action – Dec 1
Deadlines may vary for each program, please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
1. The Monroe International Student Scholarship Program
Monroe College makes numerous numbers of scholarships available to incoming freshman as well as transfer students to the bachelor's degree program. All undergraduate scholarship students are required to apply for the Federal Pell Grant also the TAP Grant from New York State. Pell and TAP awards will be subtracted from the total cost of a student’s tuition and fees.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
Awarded to new-to- Monroe undergraduate international F1 matriculated students who have been picked by selected institutions with a formalized articulation agreement with Monroe College and/or students with an incredible record of academic performance from their high school or prior college attended; e.g. 3.0 or higher GPA. It may be awarded to US citizens or permanent residents who reside abroad and commence studies at Monroe College immediately upon entering the United States. The awards are competitive based on the hardship of the high school program or prior college attended. No minimum grade point average guarantees an award. Scholarships remain in impact through the completion of undergraduate studies and end upon graduation. Undergraduate students are expected to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0, complete a minimum of 12 credits each semester, and maintain continuous enrollment. See special notes concerning continued enrollment eligibility requirements for international students.
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