Paying off student loans is a feat that most student loan borrowers must face just six months after graduation, as the average student loan from a 4-year college in 2016 was approximately $37,100, according to studentloanhero.com.
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Jack Ford Creates Dialogue About Student-Athlete Wages
The University hosted a lecture by television news personality Jack Ford in Anacon Hall that was designed as an open dialogue regarding the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the controversy regarding student athlete wages on Wednesday, April 5.
Report Finds That NJ Hometown Influences Lifespan
Living in Northern Towns Can Add Years to Your Life
Depending on where you live in the state of New Jersey, your lifespan can vary greatly. Factors such as socio-economic status have a large impact on the type of lifestyle one lives, and ultimately their overall health, according to NJ.com.
“Mighty” MU Says Goodbye to Kessler Field at Homecoming 16’
Hawks Gather At Final Homecoming on Kessler Field
Monmouth University hosted its annual homecoming weekend from Oct. 28-30 during which students partook in a series of fun-filled activities. Current and former staff, alumni, and trustees were invited to enjoy the event.
NJ Ranked Sixth In U.S. for Teen Drug Overdose
In findings reported by Trust For America’s Health, the national health policy organization, New Jersey is the state with the sixth-highest teen drug overdose rate.
MU Tuition to Increase Nearly Five Percent for 2016-2017
For the 2016-2017 academic school year, tuition for full-time undergraduate MU students will increase 4.95 percent. This increase now makes the total cost for tuition and fees, excluding room and board, $35,014. Tara Peters, Associate Vice President of the Marketing and Communications Department said, “Even with this year’s increase, Monmouth’s tuition remains in the lower half among private colleges and universities in New Jersey, meaning that more than half of the private colleges and universities in the state have higher tuition costs.”
Food Recovery Network Donates 916 Pounds of Food from University Dining Services
With hopes to feed the hungry and reduce campus food waste, the Food Recovery Network collects leftover food items and distributes them to those in need.
SGA Looks to Receive Student Votes in Coming Election
With annual elections around the corner, members of the Student Government Association (SGA) urge the student body to get on the computer and vote.
Dr. Michael Palladino Named New Vice Provost of Graduate Studies
Monmouth University has appointed a new Vice Provost of Graduate Studies for the spring 2016 semester.
MU Chemistry Research Group Receives $100,000 Scholar Award
A Monmouth University Research lab has received a substantial grant award to fund further projects.