All About You
Your higher-education journey is a personal one. You have your own hopes, ambitions and questions. That’s why we always recommend connecting with one of our Admission Representatives to discuss how Monmouth can best support your goals.
We love to know what’s on your mind, what questions you have, and what lights you up. Through our discussion, we hope to bring you clarity, focus, and excitement around this next step in your personal and educational achievements.
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Application Details & Deadlines
FIRST-YEAR STUDENT APPLICATION CHECKLIST
- Apply via: Common Application or Monmouth University Online Application
- $50 application fee
- Official high school transcript(s)
- Letter of recommendation
- For the class entering in 2023, first-year applicants can choose either the Traditional or Test Optional Application Review to best demonstrate their ability to succeed at Monmouth.
- *For students applying for the B.A. in Music or B.A. in Music with Education, an audition is required.
Binding application for first-time, full-time students.
for first-time, full-time students.
Applicants to the following Fall-Start term programs must submit their applications and all supporting documents by December 1. Only applies to the following programs:
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
3+3 Health Studies/Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
3+2 Health Studies/Master in Speech-Language Pathology (MSEd)
3+3 Anthropology/Physician Assistant (MS)
3+3 Biology/Physician Assistant (MS)
3+3 Health Studies/Physician Assistant (MS)
94% of Monmouth Students Receive Aid
We are committed to providing an exceptional, affordable college education. Whether through grants or scholarships, those admitted have an excellent chance of receiving aid.
Making a Sound Investment
We take a personalized approach to education affordability. Learn more about the costs and financial assistance that is available to you from a team who’s invested in your future.
Attention School Counselors
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