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School Closing – 3/21/18

Monmouth University will be closed on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 beginning at 5:00 a.m. classes are canceled. Non-essential personnel are not required to report to work. Please check university website or the university emergency information line, 732-263-5900 for additional information and updates.

Last Updated: 3/20/2018, 4:32 PM

Military Students

Point of Contact for Current and Former Military

The faculty, administration, and staff of Monmouth University are aware of the specific needs facing our veterans as they pursue their educational goal. 


Michael Callahan


Rebecca Stafford Student Center,
Second floor, Room 202D

This office is the main point of contact for veteran students, Active Duty and Reserve Component personnel, families of military, and survivors. Monmouth provides assistance, advocacy, and mentoring as well as advising for the Monmouth University Veterans Association.

Members of the military community (or even those considering a future in the military) should feel free to contact Michael Callahan for information.


Additionally, the following Monmouth University employees are available to assist you:

Career Services (Center for Student Success)

Developing your civilian resume, conducting your job search, career advice, interviewing

Counseling and Psychological Services (Student Services)

Personal and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) counseling

Transfer and Nontraditional Student Services (Center for Student Success)

Academic advising, advanced standing for military coursework, choosing a major

Financial Aid Office

Chapter 31, GI Bill and general financial aid questions

Office of Admission

Admission guidelines, application process, academic offerings, Military Bridge Program

Office of Veteran Services

Monthly certifications with VA (program or status changes), academic audit questions

Bursar’s Office

Chapter 31, various programs in which the military is billed directly

Faculty Representative

General questions or concerns regarding the military/civilian transition