Monroe College's Bronx campus is an ideal urban campus located in the bustling Fordham section.
Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.
The scenic Monroe College St. Lucia campus in Barnard Hill Castries on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia combines the best of many worlds.
Monroe's Queens Extension Site is located in the heart of downtown Flushing, a vibrant and ethnically mixed district of Queens.
This is a new chapter in your relationship with your student and the college years are a time of transition and adjustment that can be accompanied by fluctuating emotions. Your college student will still need your advice, support, and guidance but it will be in a new and different level and yes, you will have to start letting go. The college experience is a stepping stone on the path of your student’s exploration of education into a wide variety of career options that will open the doors of their futures. This is a time for you to encourage your student to try new things to help them explore different academic or social interests. Becoming involved and engaged in the Monroe College community is also the best way to help fend off home sickness and to meet new friends that share mutual interests. This is a good time to have some important conversations with your student about topics and issues that they will be experiencing. It is important for you to let them know what your thoughts, opinions, and values are regarding social behaviors and what your expectations are. Now is the time to encourage them to figure out things on their own. Student success is a team effort which includes the student, the college community and the student’s support system. I encourage you to explore the Parent Pages to get a sense of what this new chapter may bring. Feel free to contact me you if you have any questions or concerns.Saadia Del-LlanoParent Liaison(914)-email@example.com
There may be a change in the nature of your communication with your student. You won’t know the moment-to-moment or day-to-day details of their day but communication is the key to your sense of security and theirs.
Here is a list of do’s and don’ts parents may find helpful:
Changes your college student may experience:
What is our role with Parents?
What is our role in your student’s life?
We are your student’s advocate and here to accompany you and them on the path from dependence to self-sufficiency by:
Important note about safety: Consistent with the College's Core Values of creating a supportive and respectful college environment, Monroe seeks to provide a secure and safe academic, living and working campus atmosphere. Helpful information about campus public safety is available at: http://www.monroecollege.edu/about/right-to-know
What we expect from you is to:
What we expect from your student is for them to:
Student ServicesNR Fall 2014 student orientation
Sports / Athletics
Events Parent Liaison and FERPA - Student Release Form
Please note that even if we have a release on file our protocol is to always deal with the student first. It does not mean automatic notification from any offices.
Office of Disabilities International Students
Student Health Services & Insurance Options
Health & Wellness
On Campus Student Health Center located in:Constable Hall, 1st Floor: Tel: 914-740-6495 / Fax: 914-576-3463
Additional Local Medical Locations are:
College Semester Calendar
Barnes & Noble Book Store New Rochelle Barnes & Noble Book Store Bronx
List of books by class name, cost (new, used, electronic & rental) & ISBN numbers
Bursars Higher One Debit Card - One Account
Campus Dining & Meal Plan
Campus Map - Bronx
Campus Map - New Rochelle
Public Safety and Security
Phone : 914-740-6854
Office of Career Advancement (OCA)Guide to successful career management
Full and part-time job search assistance
College Work Study (CWS)
Corporate Partnership ProgramLet us know if your place of employment is interested in establishing a partnership or if your employer offers internship opportunities that we can share with our students.
External Resources for Parents
Please contact the Parent Liaison if you are interested in a list of external resources for parents that may help you start the conversations with your students. The list covers a wide variety of subjects and topics that can help facilitate conversations about alcohol, drugs, dating, sexuality, personal and online safety, money, banking, credit cards, and budgeting.