Students transfer to different colleges for many reasons. It may be that you finished a two-year program and are looking for a four-year degree. Or perhaps your current school just wasn’t what you expected, or you didn’t get into your first choice college and want to try again. Regardless of your reason, the staff on campus is dedicated to making the transfer process as simple as possible. Part of what Monmouth offers transfer students is the personalized attention the University offers all students. A Monmouth experience means that from your first application to your final commencement, the faculty, staff, and administrators will help to ensure you are able to reach your full potential in your chosen field. The process begins even prior to application with an estimate of an academic scholarship and an unofficial credit evaluation. Please see the credit evaluation section for details.
With a wide array of academic programs for students to choose from, Monmouth University enrolls over 500 transfer students every year. Offering a high tech, comprehensive, and scholarly environment, Monmouth University attracts transfer students from both two-year and four-year institutions.
Students interested in transferring to Monmouth are encouraged to complete an online inquiry form and contact Patrick Dorsey, associate director of undergraduate admission, at 732-263-5873 or email@example.com.
Monmouth currently has program articulation agreements with:
- Brookdale Community College
- Ocean County College
- Mercer County Community College
- Union County College
Similar agreements are in development with other two-year colleges.
If you are interested in one of the above agreements, please contact either the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 732-571-3456 or Transfer Services in the Center for Student Success (CSS) at 732-571-3588.
- Course equivalencies
- Recommended Transfer Programs (RTP)
- Evaluation of course