For more than eight decades, Monroe College has remained true to its community of students by providing them with every opportunity for academic and career success. The focus has steadfastly remained on delivering a practical education together with the skills required to adapt to challenges in a rapidly changing world.
The libraries are open to the students, staff, faculty, and alumni of Monroe College. The print and electronic collections support the curricula and academic programs of the College but also include additional resources. Computers are available for database research, word processing, and scanning. Wireless is also available throughout campus.
Monroe College's Information Technology Department (IT) is the department, office, and administrative unit with technological responsibility for the acquisition, operation and maintenance of the College's computing and network resources.
The Health Services team at Monroe College is dedicated to helping students stay healthy and make smart lifestyle choices that support their physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Monroe College strongly encourages students to extend their learning experience beyond the classroom. Through academic, social and cultural groups and activities, students have ample opportunity to join organizations that interest them, support causes they believe in or just have fun with a diverse group of their peers. Being a part of the Monroe community means getting involved and developing the leadership skills that will serve students both personally and professionally.
Monroe College utilizes the services of Certified Athletic Trainers to oversee all aspects of the health care and athletic training support that is provided to all student-athletes. The training staff also provides care for injured student-athletes and recommends further medical consultation when necessary.
Monroe College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. (267-284-5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Monroe College was granted accreditation by the Commission on Higher Education in July 1990 and remains accredited.