In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation, on campus tours have been suspended until further notice. Watch this page for future information about our virtual campus visits, sessions, information, and interactive online options so that you can “visit” our campus and learn more about the Monmouth experience from off campus. Please note that we are running virtual information sessions beginning March 28; register from this page by clicking onto Undergraduate First-Year Information Sessions.
Monmouth University has canceled all on-campus Accepted Student Days, visit events, and individual tours for the month of April. We will be making additional announcements about on-campus visits when appropriate, following guidance from local, state, and federal officials and health agencies.
Visit your applicant portal for information about virtual campus visits, sessions, information, and interactive online options so that you can “visit” our campus and learn more about the Monmouth experience from off campus. There will be many ways by which you are able to virtually learn more about and connect with our Monmouth community, including students, faculty and administrators.
We encourage you to reach out to our office at any time and speak with an admission representative (732-571-3456). Or, accepted students can contact your admission counselor directly by visiting your applicant portal for his or her direct contact information.
Due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, the Monmouth University Graduate Admission Office is working remotely and is not able to accommodate on-campus visits or events at this time. There are, however, several virtual ways for you to connect with and learn more about our Graduate Studies programs.
It’s Worth The Trip
Visiting Monmouth University will give you a firsthand view of all that we have to offer. We want you to experience the difference of learning in an intimate setting with a small class size, the beauty of our 168-acre campus, the energy of the student body and the enthusiasm of our professors.
Schedule a Visit
During a visit, you’ll take a tour of our beautiful and historic campus, as well as have an opportunity to speak with an admission counselor. We want you to personalize your experience by talking to students, visiting with professors, meeting with a coach or attending a class so that you can understand our culture of transformative learning and immersive personal experiences both inside and outside the classroom.Online Scheduling
One hour from NYC & Philly,
one mile from the ocean.