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    Founded: 1933

    Type: Private

    Student-to-faculty ratio: 13:1 (UG & GR)

    Demographics: Students come fromĀ 30 countries and 30 states

    Fall 2017 Enrollment

    • Total enrollment: 6,340
      • Undergraduate: 4,502 full-time, 204 part-time
      • Graduate: 1,634 (40% are full-time)


    • Full-Time: 310
    • Part-Time: 365 (including administrative adjuncts)
    • Percentage of full-time faculty with terminal degrees: 74.5%

    Degrees and Programs

    • 32 baccalaureate degree programs
    • 24 master's degree programs
    • 2 doctoral degree programs

    Tuition and Fees


    • Location: 400 Cedar Avenue, West Long Branch, New Jersey. One mile from the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and about an hour from New York City and Philadelphia
    • Graduate Center Location: Monmouth Park Corporate Center, 185 Route 36, West Long Branch, New Jersey
    • Acres: 168
    • Buildings: 58
    • Landmark Buildings: Woodrow Wilson Hall is a National Historic Register. Guggenheim wing of Monmouth University Library is on the National Register of Historic Places
    • $102,500,000 in new construction over six years without incurring debt
    • Recently completed building projects: Edison Science Building (2017), Kessler Stadium (2017), Pozycki Hall (2015), Hesse Hall (2014)


    • NCAA Division I: 23 teams
    • 546 Students engaged in Division I sports (12.2% of full-time undergraduate students)
    • Nickname: Hawks
    • Colors: Blue and White
    • Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), Big South (Football)


    • Operating Budget: $179,626,000
    • Endowment: $90,313,000 (as of 06/30/2017)
    • Discount rate for overall undergraduate, including athletics: 37.6%


    • NJ Clean Energy School
    • Governor's Environmental Excellence Award for Environmental Leadership
    • First private institution in NJ to voluntarily enter into a sustainability agreement with EPA
    • Princeton Review 2016 Green College
    • 2017 Recognized by Metro Atlantic Conference as largest green power user in conference
    • Purchase 15% of energy from green sources

    Distinctive Features

    • Centers of Distinction
    • 100% of students engaged in experiential learning
    • Monmouth finished 1st in overall Commissioner's Cup standings in our 3rd straight year (our 4th year in the MAAC)
    • Music Industry concentration is one of only a select few offered throughout the country
    • Only ABET-accredited BS Software Engineering in New Jersey
    • GRAMMY Museum affiliate
    • Peace Corps Prep Program, the only one in NJ
    • Coastal location about an hour's drive from New York and Philadelphia