The Atrium, which connects the Edison and Howard halls, includes various School of Science classrooms and offices. It also serves as the home of the University’s Urban Coast Institute.
Monmouth students and Hawks fans alike will find plenty of items to choose from at the University Store. This shop sells textbooks, stationary, perishables, electronics, and all sorts of Hawks-branded merchandise.
Just two miles from our main campus, the Monmouth University Graduate Center offers immersive learning experiences, inclusive of community engagement, that go beyond traditional classroom environments. Our investment in the Graduate Center continues to grow with new facilities, equipment, and expert faculty involvement.
Currently, the Graduate Center houses the Physician Assistant, Speech-Language Pathology, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and Addiction Studies programs, outfitted with dedicated classrooms, clinical skills laboratories, observation rooms, and equipment to support advanced learning outcomes.
A key feature of the facility is the Center for Speech & Language Disorders, which provides evaluation and treatment rehabilitation services to the neighboring community. Therapy is provided throughout the semester by a Monmouth University graduate clinician under the direct supervision of a Speech-Language Pathologist with certification by NJ and ASHA (the American Speech and Hearing Association).
185 State Highway 36
West Long Branch, NJ 07764
This building contains several classrooms and meeting rooms, as well as an assortment of faculty and administrative offices.
Completed in 2015, Pozycki Hall houses several Leon Hess Business School classrooms and offices, as well as a 175-seat lecture hall.
The Jules L. Plangere Jr. Center houses several classrooms and offices for the Department of Communication, and acts as home for Hawk TV and WMCX 88.9 FM. This building features state-of-the-art studios and editing facilities for both TV and radio, as well as high-tech classrooms and computer labs. Campus goers in need of a quick cup of coffee can also stop by the Plangere Café, located near the northeast entrance.
Rechnitz Hall, named in honor of Joan Rechnitz ’84 ’12HN and her husband, Professor Emeritus Robert Rechnitz, is a three-story 20,340-square foot structure that is home to the department of Art and Design within the Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
The facility, which opened in 2013 contains state-of-the art visual arts space, workshops, classrooms, and faculty offices centered on the DiMattio Gallery, which is named for longtime arts professor, Vincent DiMattio.
The design of the building intentionally evokes the façade of the previous “800 Building,” designed by architect Henry Edward Cregier and constructed in 1902. The original structure contained a stable and carriage house, along with a windmill and water tower. Structurally deficient and non-compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the 800 Building was razed in 2011