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Monmouth’s Timeline: 2000s

Monmouth’s campus expands to welcome a new millennium as construction is completed on the pedestrian underpass and the MAC, known today as the OceanFirst Bank Center.


Celebrated Honors School benefactor Jane Freed ’81 stands with students and famed faculty member and dean, Dr. Brian Garvey


Monmouth opens the Student Underpass with Sen. Joseph Palaia

Graduation on the Great Lawn

Thanks to Robert McAllan ’69, Monmouth celebrates the naming dedication of academic building, Robert E. McAllan Hall

Trustee Emeritus Jules L. Plangere Jr. ’86HN at the dedication of Jules L. Plangere Jr. Center for Communication and Instruction

Vision Award presented to Jules L. Plangere Jr. ’86HN


Joe Sentipal ’03 is the first Monmouth football player to earn Division I-AA All-American honors

Paul G. Gaffney II served as Monmouth’s seventh president until 2013


Christie Pearce ’99 received Olympic gold medals in soccer with the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2004, 2008, and 2012


Former Monmouth University photographer, Ralph Binder

Monmouth’s Capital Campaign Kick-Off event


School of Social Work celebrates its 30th anniversary with Dean Dr. Robin Mama and alumni

Men’s basketball takes on Villanova during the NCAA Tournament

Men’s soccer is named NEC champions


Alumni gather for the Athletics Hall of Fame Dinner in the Great Hall


Student Government Association continues the Homecoming King and Queen crowning tradition during halftime

Last men’s basketball game held in Boylan Gymnasium

The MAC, now known as the OceanFirst Bank Center, opened

Monmouth celebrates the opening of the MAC, the multipurpose activity center