Center for Student Success (CSS)Lower Level, 732-571-3487
Services include academic, career counseling for all full- and part-time students. Located on the lower level of the Student Center, the CSS is recognized for helping students make the vital connections between academic, career, and life choices.
Career Services (CSS)Lower Level, 732-571-3471
Career Services provides a host of programs and services to help students and alumni find professional employment opportunities. Annual programs include fall and spring job fairs, the Educators' Career Day, and the Accounting Honors Employment program. Workshops and seminars are held regularly. Individual appointments are available for resume preparation, interview coaching, and general advice about job search strategies.
Service Learning and Community Programs (CSS) Lower Level, 732-571-4411
The Office of Service Learning and Community Programs fosters an ethic of service and civic responsibility by establishing mutually beneficial partnerships between the University and the community. The office serves as a resource for faculty who wish to integrate community service into the curriculum and for students who wish to enhance their educational experience through service learning or volunteer programs.
ID CenterLower Level, 732-263-5665
Operated by the University Police Department, come here to obtain or replace your University ID.
Graduate Student LoungeLower Level
A space designated specifically for graduate students. This space offers computers, limited office supplies, and a printer for use. There is a small meeting table and a couch, along with a flat screen TV for relaxing.
Sovereign Bank Branch and ATMFirst Floor, next to the Information Desk
Sovereign Bank will offer hours of operation at Monmouth University Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information please call 1-877-SOV-BANK (768-2265). A full-service ATM is also located on the first floor of the Student Center, directly across from the Sovereign Bank Branch. The Monmouth University community and guests will have 24-hour access to the ATM. PLEASE NOTE: A second Sovereign Bank ATM is also located in the lobby on the first floor of the MAC. Select the following link to learn more about about all of the products and services offered by Sovereign Bank.
CafeteriaFirst Floor, 732-571-3589
The food service venue operated by ARAMARK Dining offers a variety of selection for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Information DeskFirst Floor, 732-571-4419
The information desk is an integral part of the Rebecca Stafford Student Center. It is a main resource for the Monmouth University community to find out information about University events, locations, and services. The staff is also responsible for answering building questions, monitoring rooms and events, and overseeing the safe operation of the Rebecca Stafford Student Center. The desk also runs a fax service and balloon sales. Students can also sign out pool table equipment and student office keys.
The Hawk’s Nest – Convenience StoreFirst Floor, 732-263-5867
Located at the main parking lot entrance, the convenience store is a great place to pick up last-minute groceries, snacks, coffee, or health and beauty supplies when on the go. The store is operated by ARAMARK Dining.
Office of International Student ServicesFirst Floor, 732-571-3640
The International Student Services coordinator provides assistance and support services to the international student population at Monmouth University.
Student Employment Office First Floor, 732-263-5706
The Student Employment Office oversees all aspects of on-campus student employment. Monmouth University policy on student employment grants preferential hiring status to students eligible for Federal Work Study (FWS) awards. The FWS Program comprises on-campus work in university departments and work in non-profit agencies off-campus. In order to obtain a FWS or student help on-campus job, students must meet with Aimee Parks, the assistant director of human resources for student employment.
Study AbroadFirst Floor, 732-263-5377
Monmouth University strongly encourages study abroad for qualified students who want to earn credits toward their degree while experiencing the benefits of travel and immersion in other cultures. Participating in Monmouth University's Study Abroad program fulfills the Experiential Education requirement necessary for graduation. All of your courses will be accepted and can be used to fulfill major/minor, general education, and elective requirements. Most importantly, the Study Abroad Office is available to help you every step of the way.
Division of Student and Communty ServicesSecond Floor, 732-571-3417
The Division of Student Services is the home to the Vice President for Student Services, Mary Anne Nagy. The goal of the division is to provide a great student experience while at Monmouth. The Vice President for Student Services oversees all non-academic student matters. The following offices report to the Division of Student Services: ARAMARK Dining Services; Conference and Program Services; Health Services; International Student Services; Judicial Affairs; Off-Campus and Commuter Services; Transition and Leadership Programs; Office of Residential Life and Student Activities; and Student Center Operations.
Office of Judicial Affairs and Special ProjectsSecond Floor, 732-263-5218
Located in the Division of Student Services, on the second floor, the Office of Judicial Affairs manages the judicial system that protects the rights of the Monmouth University student community. Judicial Affairs is directly related to community building and educational programming.
Office of Off-Campus and Commuter ServicesSecond Floor, 732-263-5651
The Office of Off-Campus and Commuter Services provides guidance and support to our commuter student population and offers assistance those students who are searching for off-campus housing.
Office of Student Activities and Student Center OperationsSecond Floor, 732-571-3586
This office is the home to student life and involvement. Coordinated out of this office are: student activities; leadership development; fraternity and sorority life; student organizations; student center operations; new student orientation; and student human relations. If you are looking at getting involved, stop by this office to get started!
Student Government Association SecretarySecond Floor, 732-571-3484
The Student Government Association’s secretary is located within the student services suite. Student Government is the governing student body to all Monmouth students.
Central SchedulingThird Floor, 732-571-2119The Office of Conference and Program Services can assist you in obtaining on-campus rooms for your meetings, banquets, dinners, club events, ceremonies, and more. We accept reservations up to six months in advance of an event; be sure to reserve your room as far in advance as possible.
Counseling and Psychological ServicesThird Floor, 732-571-7517
The Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Monmouth University supports students in achieving personal growth and greater understanding of self and others through confidential psychological counseling and educational events. Increased awareness of mental health issues, campus-wide training, and ongoing collaboration with other departments enhance a holistic learning experience.
Conference and Event ServicesThird Floor, 732-571-3473The Office of Conference and Program Services is able to assist off-campus clients to reserve space and programs on campus. This is also the central location for reserving any non-classroom space on campus for all University and student club offices.
Student Government AssociationThird Floor, 732-923-4700
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the governing body of all the student clubs and organizations at Monmouth. There are approximately 90+ recognized clubs and organizations, with more being recognized every year. SGA is directly responsible for overseeing the annual funding of our clubs and organizations, as well as providing financial assistance to groups and individuals who wish to sponsor a special program or event. SGA also sponsors a number of campus wide events every year to include the Big Event-Day of Community Service, Homecoming, the Giving Trees, the SGA Auction to benefit Michael's Feat, the Student Awards Ceremony and Springfest
Student Clubs and OrganizationsThird Floor
A large majority of the third floor of the Rebecca Stafford Student Center is dedicated to student clubs and organizations. For a complete list of offices, click the link above. Student club offices are maintained and distributed through the Office of Student Activities and Student Center Operations.