Residential life is more than just finding your home on campus, it’s about being a part of a community. We provide you a safe, clean, and comfortable residence so you can focus on your individual development while also contributing to and reaping the benefits of community living. Through residential living, you can learn and practice valuable skills like personal and group decision making, empathy, responsibility, and cooperation and sharing.
Important Dates for Fall 2022
|September 1 & 2||First Year Move-In|
|September 3, 4 & 5||First Year Orientation|
|September 5||Returning and Transfer Student Move-In|
|September 6||Classes Begin|
|October 14||Residence Halls close at 6 p.m. for Fall Break|
|October 18||Residence Halls open at 12 p.m. from Fall Break|
|November 22||Residence Halls close at 6 p.m. for Thanksgiving Break|
|November 27||Residence Halls open at 12 p.m. from Thanksgiving Break|
|December 12||Last Day of Classes|
|December 13||Reading Day|
|December 14||Final Exams Begin|
|December 15||Begin collecting Housing Deposits for 2023-24|
|December 20||Residence Halls close at 6 p.m. for Winter Break|
Monmouth offers a range of housing options for students, including suite-style buildings and traditional corridor-style residence halls for first-year students, and apartment-style living for upperclassmen.
Monmouth University Resident Halls
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Parents & Families of Resident Students
The Office of Residential Life is here to help your student succeed here at Monmouth and prepare for their life after college.
Whether you’re interested in the housing selection process, looking for hall closing information, or considering off-campus housing opportunities, we have additional information that will be helpful to you.
Residential Life Guidebook
Get easy access to essential residential life information and resources. This guidebook clearly explains the policies and expectations for Monmouth University residents.