Below is a listing of consumer information that must be made available to all current and prospective students in compliance with federal student financial aid requirements. Monmouth University makes every effort to ensure that it does not misrepresent the nature of its educational program, its financial charges, or the employability of its graduates.
Each topic gives a brief description of or leads to information that must be disclosed by law. Hard copies of these materials are available upon request. If a student desires a hard copy, or feels that a misrepresentation has occurred, students should contact the Director of Financial Aid at email@example.com or by phone at 732-571-3463, during the University’s normal hours of operation.
General Information About Monmouth University
- Academic Program Assessment and Improvement
- The U.S. Department of Education requires that we make available certain pieces of information about the University. One such item is the plan for improving our academic programs. Read our Provost’s message here.
- The U.S. Department of Education requires each school to report information regarding programs that prepare students to become teachers. Our report can be viewed online. Similarly, the state of New Jersey is required to submit school and state-level information to the U.S. Department of Education. View the state’s Title II report.
- Undergraduate Catalog
- Graduate Catalog
- Leave of Absence
- Process for withdrawing from the University
- Transfer Credit Policies
- Job Placement Rates
- Types of Employment Obtained by Graduates
- Graduate and Professional School Enrollment
- Gainful Employment
- Licensure Pass Rate Information
Cost of Attending Monmouth University
- Statement of Ethical Principles
- Financial Aid Code of Conduct
- Types of Financial Aid
- Application Process
- Policies and Procedures
- Student Diversity
- Services for Disabled Students
- Campus Safety and Security
- Drug and Alcohol Prevention
- Vaccination Policy
- Equity in Athletics
- APR Report – The US Department of Education requires that we must make
available to prospective students certain pieces of information about the
University. One such item is the graduation and transfer out rates of
students who receive athletically related financial aid. That information
may be found at https://web3.ncaa.org/aprsearch/aprsearch;
a paper copy of this report is available upon request.