University Provides Update For Online Health Platform

The School of Social Work made a recent announcement concerning the progress of the University’s CONNECTWELLMU initiative, an online platform that provides all members of the University with access to a variety of mental and physical health resources available on and off campus. The announcement was made via mass email to the entire student body […]


Business School Hosts Open Forum

The Leon Hess Business School hosted an online, open forum that aimed to discuss the relationship between money and happiness on Thursday, Sept. 23.  This discussion was facilitated by two business students, Dustin Ho and Leslie Cruz, both of whom mediated responses from other students, faculty, and alumni of Monmouth University.  Cruz first introduced the […]

Featured (Slider) News

President Leahy Announces Grounds Improvement Initiative

The Office of the President sent a University-wide email highlighting the efforts made by the departments of Campus Planning and Facilities Management on improving the school’s grounds, on Friday, Sept. 17. This initiative for improvement is a part of President Leahy’s Five-Year Strategic plan for Monmouth—a culmination of endeavors that identify the University with three […]

Experts Examine

Panel Discusses Governance of Marine Shipping and Sovereignty

The Institute for Global Understanding (IGU) and Urban Coast Institute (ICU) hosted a panel discussion of international experts’ examination on governance of marine shipping and maritime sovereignty within the context of climate change on Friday, Feb. 19. This event is one of several talks in the IGU-UCI’s Global Ocean Governance Lecture Series— a project that has worked to assemble professionals of different specialties to discuss issues focused around coastal and marine ecosystems.

University Ranked

University Ranked Among Best Colleges For Anthropology

In CollegeFactual’s 2021 ranking of the Best Colleges for Anthropology, Monmouth University placed #8 out of 125 colleges and universities across the United States, an honor reserved for the top 15 percent of schools. CollegeFactual considered a variety of elements to determine their rankings, including available scholastic resources, the percentage of students who complete their degrees, students’ post-graduating earnings, and the program’s accreditation.