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Cashier’s Office

Description

The Cashier’s Office is responsible for the acceptance and processing of monies due to Monmouth University. This includes tuition, student fees, University telephone bills, and University traffic tickets and fines.

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Woodrow Wilson Hall

Description

Woodrow Wilson Hall is the administrative center of the University, though classes are still held in the building.

History

The mansion stands upon the precise site of the original Shadow Lawn, which was destroyed by fire in 1927, soon after $1 million had been spent on its refurbishing. That former colonial frame structure contained 52 rooms and was built in 1903 for John A. McCall, former president of the New York Life Insurance Co.

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Alumni House

Description

Alumni House contains several of the University’s administrative offices. This building also serves as a prime meet-up spot for alumni events, including the Annual Alumni Tailgate Party.

Doherty House

Description

Doherty House is the official residence of the president of Monmouth University. It is named in honor of former Board Chair Paul S. Doherty Jr. ’67 and his wife, Diane. The two-story building includes a general living area, dining room, kitchen, and library area for entertaining guests.

History

Construction of the structure was completed in 2006. Doherty House sits in the footprint of an earlier structure, built in the 1920s that was home to Monmouth University presidents beginning in 1983. The previous building at 10 Norwood Ave was constructed by Isaac and Lena Alpern, and later acquired by Herman and Nettie Levinson, who donated the house to then-Monmouth College in 1959.

Facilities Management

Description

Facilities Management is responsible for maintaining Monmouth University’s buildings and grounds. In addition to regular maintenance, they also do small to medium construction projects and oversee some larger projects performed by outside vendors.

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Rebecca Stafford Student Center

Description

The Rebecca Stafford Student Center is the central hub for the campus’s cultural, social, and recreational activities. This building houses several administrative offices while also playing host to student club meetings, concerts, conferences, workshops, banquets, and a wide variety of other programs and activities.

The resources offered in the student center serve as routine fixtures for life outside the classroom. Students will find tutors, counsellors, and academic advisors committed toward helping them succeed at Monmouth. Visitors can handle their financial needs at the in-house Santander Bank, or dine in a cafeteria serving a variety of meal options, like Dunkin’ Donuts and Jersey Mike’s Subs. The student center also features lounges, meeting rooms, and an outdoor patio for members of the Monmouth community to congregate.

History

Since 2003, the building has borne the name of President Emerita Rebecca Stafford (1993 – 2003). Throughout her 10-year tenure, Dr. Stafford oversaw a variety of changes that bolstered the school’s ability to offer quality educational experiences, including its attainment of university status in 1995. “I am so honored and flattered to have my name on the student center,” commented Dr. Stafford. “The students have always been what we cared about the most and why we are here.

Wilson Hall Annex

Description

Originally the western wing of Shadow Lawn, this annex once served as servants’ quarters before the University’s purchase of the estate in 1955. Wilson Hall Annex now accommodates Monmouth’s English department.