Monroe College's Bronx campus is an ideal urban campus located in the bustling Fordham section.

New Rochelle

Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.

St. Lucia

Located on the Vide Boutielle Highway, Monroe College’s St. Lucia campus offers a practical education designed to give students a competitive edge in the workplace.

  • Mass E-Mail Policy

    The College has established a mass-mail policy that limits the sending of large-scale e-mailings to critical information only. Sending a message to a large volume of recipients may slow down the College's e-mail system, cause disk quota problems for users, and negatively impact our network bandwidth. Contact the Help Desk for guidance in determining which messages are eligible for mass e-mail.

    The Mass E-Mail policy addresses concerns regarding disk quota, network traffic, and the undesirability of junk e-mail. E-Mail users are bound by the policies stated herein. The criteria for sending mass e-mail messages are:

    • The information must be Monroe College business related;
    • The information must be of a critical nature (something recipients would need to know);
    • The message must be short (1-2 paragraphs);
    • Only one message per topic will be sent; and,
    • Announcements of a general nature may be posted on  MyMonroe (the same process of sending mass-emails should be followed when you have announcements to be posted).

  • Mass-Email and Announcements Process

    • The mass e-mail originator sends their e-mail message to the IT Dept's Help Desk Director;
    • If the message is deemed appropriate, the message is sent to the IT Dept's Help Desk staff;
    • The Help Desk staff then sends the e-mail out to specified groups under the originator's name;
    • If the message is not deemed appropriate, the originator is notified.
    • Appeals for denied messages may be made to the CIO.

  • Suitable Examples

    • Wide cancellations due to bad weather;
    • Notices specific to a particular class which contain vital information;
    • Security Alerts (both physical and technological); and,
    • Notices of a time-sensitive nature.