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Monmouth's nationally recognized, affordable education prepares students for further study, employment, leadership and life. Designed from the best of the Scottish and American education traditions, the college's integrated curriculum makes your education enduring and essential.
You can be certain you are prepared as a Monmouth graduate.
Monmouth's membership in the prestigious Associated Colleges of the Midwest expands your opportunities even more.
Monmouth’s friendly environment helps transfer students feel at home immediately.
The expert faculty, challenging academics, and great school spirit get you involved from day one.
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One of the more diverse colleges in the Midwest, Monmouth provides unique educational opportunities for students with a global perspective, interested in understanding and working with many different people and cultures.
The international students who come to Monmouth flourish here, academically and socially. We are proud of their accomplishments and are delighted that so many remain connected with the College as active and engaged alumni.
Whether you've identified your major or you're still exploring, our 50+ areas of study most likely include your interests. Many students double-major to combine programs such as business and music.
Monmouth's spacious, serene and safe campus provides the venue where friendships and close connections between faculty and students can flourish. Small classes ensure you're challenged, supported, and engaged. Outstanding facilities support and advance your educational experience by offering world-class classrooms, labs, studios and performance spaces.
Student organizations, service experiences, internships, athletics, Greek life and study abroad expand your horizons and your experience. Monmouth understands the demands of today's global environment and offers myriad ways for you to learn outside the classroom and off campus.
Browse this site, and then visit us and see for yourself. Talk to Monmouth students and faculty. Sit in on classes and tour the campus. Then you'll understand why it's great to be a Scot.