Housing is guaranteed for incoming first-year students and rising sophomores. We have accommodated all requests for student housing for the past 5 years. To help accommodate all requests, we have constructed a new residence hall and expanded our housing at the University Bluffs, located off-campus.
Each resident who pays his or her $150 housing deposit by February 10 will be assigned a number (according to their group category). Residents will select their housing assignment based on their number and the rooms available in their designated group category.
Ask one of your friends to proxy for you by attending during your designated selection date/time. Come to the Office of Residential Life to complete a Proxy Form by March 24. If you cannot find someone, the Residential Life office may serve as your proxy. You must notify us in advance.
You will still be allowed to enter, however you will only be eligible to select from halls/rooms that are available when you arrive. Hence, you may forfeit your opportunity to select from the halls available to your group. It is vital that you make every effort to be on time.
Only eligible to be on a waitlist unless they are enrolled in a 5-year program(students will be placed based on space availability after housing selection and new student assignments are finalized)
Garden Apartments (specific apts.) Pier Village Apartments* University Bluffs* * By Application Only—Students must be approved by the Office of Residential Life
Great Lawn (specific apartments)Pier Village Apartments*University Bluffs** By Application Only—Students must be approved by the Office of Residential Life
Willow Hall (specific rooms)Spruce HallBeechwood Hall (specific rooms) Oakwood Hall*Redwood Hall Hesse Hall
* Bed availability and allocation will be determined after deposits are paid and proportionate to demand*** Group assignments and building availability are subject to change based on housing deposits received
Students must participate with their assigned group ONLY. If a student wishes to select with another start term group, he/she must submit a letter of request in writing to Ms. Megan Jones in the Office of Residential Life by 5:00 p.m., February 24, 2017. Requests will only be considered based on a student’s class year or their credits earned.
No, housing numbers cannot be sold or traded. The Office of Residential Life maintains a database with every resident’s name and assigned housing number.
No, bed space is allocated proportionately based on the number of residents in each group.
All residents may pull in one roommate in a double room and two roommates in a triple. Residents eligible for the Garden, Great Lawn, and Maplewood apartments may pull in an entire apartment as long as all the residents are eligible (within the same group). In Suite-Style buildings, residents may pull in one room, two rooms or four rooms and all rooms must be filled. In Oakwood and Redwood Halls, students may pull in one room or two rooms and all rooms must be filled (i.e. you must have three students to fill a triple, two to fill a double, etc). In Hesse Hall, students may pull in one, two or three other rooms. If a student cannot fill a room completely, they will have to select from partially filled rooms only.
Residential Life reserves the right to limit your selection based on vacancies available at the time your number is called.
He or she forfeits his or her spot and a new individual will be assigned to that space.
A limited number of small single rooms will be available in Elmwood and Pinewood Halls only. The Office of Residential Life will evaluate each resident’s needs and the feasibility of placing a resident in a single. Any resident that desires a single room must contact the Office of Disability Services by February 24, 2017 specifying the nature of their situation. All supporting documentation (i.e. doctor’s note) must be submitted to the Disability Services for Students Office with requests. Please understand that such requests are not guaranteed.
Double rooms will not be converted to singles - no exceptions!
In order to live at Pier Village or the University Bluffs, resident students must submit their $150 housing deposit and complete an application between January 16 and February 24. Applications are available via Webadvisor. Information sessions about the complexes will be held throughout February. Pier Village houses students in groups of four in two bedroom apartments. The University Bluffs house two students in one bedroom apartments. Groups that can fill an entire apartment are preferred but not required. Rising Juniors and Seniors will receive first priority over rising sophomores.
All vehicles that park on campus must be registered with the University Police department. A registration year is from September 1 to August 31.
Parking decals may be purchased online by going to www.monmouth.edu/mupd and click on "Student Parking Registration" or by visiting our traffic bureau at police headquarters. All registration forms received after July 31 will be subject to a late fee. Parking decals will be issued on a first come first serve basis. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our traffic bureau at 732-571-3467.
Commuters interested in living at Pier Village and the University Bluffs may apply with resident students between January 16 and February 24.
Current first-year students who are commuters may get pulled into a room on-campus (First-Years who started in the Fall 2016 or Spring 2017 and have less than 56 credits as of May 10, 2017). Rising Juniors or Seniors who are commuters are eligible but only after all current resident students have selected their housing for Fall 2017. Commuter students are invited to apply for on-campus housing between January 16 and February 24. Applications will be available online via WebAdvisor.
Should our demand for housing exceed our capacity (space availability), there will be a wait list for each class year. Housing is only guaranteed for rising sophomores, who submit their deposit by February 10, however, it is important to note we have accommodated all requests for student housing over the past 5 years. We completed construction on a new residence hall and expanded our University Housing at The University Bluffs.
Residents on the wait list will be identified by their housing number and all assignments will be issued in order of their housing number. The Office of Residential Life reserves the right to prioritize any resident to receive a housing assignment before others on the wait list due to extenuating circumstances (i.e. students who reside the furthest from campus and international students). You must show up to housing selection to be placed on the housing wait list and remain eligible to keep your Merit Award as a resident student.
If Monmouth University is not able to provide housing in any University owned or sponsored housing facility to any resident who resides on campus for the Spring 2017 semester and participates in housing selection, by June 1, the resident can move off campus and retain a "Resident" status with respect to Monmouth University Merit/Matrix awards. This special status arrangement only applies to continuing resident students who will return to Monmouth University for the 2017-2018 academic year. If a student refuses an alternate housing assignment, he/she forfeits any special status for the Merit/Matrix award.*
* If a Monmouth University student elects to move off-campus for the upcoming academic year, their federal and/or state financial aid may be adjusted to reflect their commuter status. To understand the impact of a change residency on such aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office with specific questions.
If a Monmouth University student elects to move off-campus for the upcoming academic year, their federal and/or state financial aid may be adjusted to reflect their commuter status. To understand the impact of a change residency on such aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 732-571-3463.
Monmouth University currently offers housing at the University Bluffs and plans to continue offering housing at Pier Village. There is a separate application process for these facilities and are only available to students in good standing with the University. These two complexes are considered University Sponsored Housing, therefore, any financial aid that you receive can be applied towards the costs. Please contact the Financial Aid office if you have any questions about aid to live in University Sponsored Housing off-campus.
Housing Selection will take place March 31 and April 1 in Anacon Hall. Specific times will be distributed with your housing number.