Monmouth welcomes applications from home schooled students!
The University recognizes the unique circumstances of home schooled students and takes the time to evaluate applicants individually. Students will be sure to appreciate Monmouth’s small class sizes that allow for individual attention and experienced faculty that are devoted to helping students from a variety of backgrounds achieve their educational pursuits.
Monmouth boasts a diverse population from 28 nations around the globe on a campus that blends historical architecture and modern aesthetics. While the University community features a populace from many walks of life, students are given the personalized support many larger institutions cannot afford to give.
Monmouth students are privy to special services including the First Year at Monmouth Office, designed to help incoming first-year students adapt to their new environment and make the transition to university life a smooth one. The Center for Student Success offers academic advising and individual personal and career counseling, while the Academic Skills Services provides personalized academic assistance. Additionally, employment counseling and skill building is available through Monmouth’s Career Services office. The University truly offers a wealth of resources to help students succeed!
A candidate for admission who has been home schooled is required to follow the below guidelines in the application process. Please note that all home schooled students are required to meet their home state requirements and submit appropriate supporting documentation demonstrating that they have done so, should they be asked to by Monmouth University.
If you are an applicant who has been home schooled, we encourage you to contact Danielle Colbert, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission, for more information or for assistance throughout the admission process. She can be reached at 732-263-5872 or firstname.lastname@example.org.