Bronx

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.

  • Office of the Registrar

    The Office of the Registrar ensures the accuracy, integrity, confidentiality and security other academic records and reporting at the College. The Office of the Registrar also interprets and enforces academic policies and regulations. Some important Registrar duties include:

    • Maintain student records; certify student enrollment for insurance and loan
      purposes; verify degrees
    • Report student grades; evaluate transfer credits; and produce transcripts for
      certification, licensure and employment
    • Clear students for graduation and issue diplomas
    • Produce the schedule of classes and maintain student registrations \

    Registrar Locations

    Bronx Campus 
    2467 Jerome Avenue    
    West Hall, Suite W316  
    Bronx, NY 10468  
    646-393-8312 
    Fax: 718-817-8419  
    Email: registrar@monroecollege.edu 
      
    New Rochelle Campus 
    434 Main Street  
    Main Hall  
    New Rochelle, NY 10801 
    (914) 632-5400  
    Fax: 914-813-1273  
    Email: nrregistrar@monroecollege.edu 

  • Graduation Application

    Candidates who will fulfill their degree requirements at the end of the current semester must complete the Application for Degree in WebAdvisor. Under the Academic Plan:

    You will now see the Application:

    1. Select the Application for Degree.
    2. Select the Graduation Term from the drop down menu.
    3. Choose your Program.
    4. Read the instructions on how to submit.
    5. Review your “Name on Diploma”.
    6. Fill in your Diploma Contact Address.
    7. Review and submit your application.


    A confirmation email will be sent to your Monroe email.
    Questions: contact the Registrar’s Office at  degreeapplication@monroecollege.edu .

    Graduation & Diplomas

    • What are the graduation requirements for undergraduate students?
      To qualify for graduation, candidates must satisfactorily complete all stated requirements of the program for which they seek the degree and have achieved a minimum cumulative and major area grade point average of 2.0. A copy of the student’s high school diploma or equivalent must be on file in the Registrar’s Office prior to the student being eligible to receive a diploma from the College.

    • What are the graduation requirements for graduate students
      To qualify for graduation, candidates must satisfactorily complete all stated requirements of the program for which they seek the degree and have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. In addition, students graduating with a concentration must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 in their concentration classes. Proof of the student’s bachelor degree must be on file in the Registrar’s Office prior to the student being eligible to receivea diploma from the College.

    • I will complete my degree program in the Springsemester. Will I be eligible to participate in Commencement in June?
      Students registered for their final semester in the Spring are eligible to participate in Commencement if their degree audit reflects a pending completion status. 

    • Does my concentration or minor show on my diploma?
      No. Concentrations and minors are includedon your official transcript.

    • When will I receive my diploma?
      Your diploma will be available for pickup approximately 2-3 months after your degree requirements are completed. You will receive a letter and an email from the Registrar’s Office when the diploma is available for pickup. Please note: diplomas are not distributed at Commencement exercises.

    • Cansomeone pick up my transcript, official letter, or diploma for me?
      Yes. The person must present a copy of your photo ID along with a signed letterfrom you authorizing the person to collect your official document. The person who is picking up your official document must also provide a photo ID.

    • I live out of state. How can I receive my diploma?
      Fill out and submit a Diploma Mail Request Form and we will mail your diploma to you.

    • How can I obtain a replacement diploma?
      If your original diploma has been lost, damaged or destroyed, you may order a duplicate diploma from the Registrar’s Office. The fee is $30 per diploma. Please contact the Registrar’s Office for details.

    • How do I invite international guests to graduation?
      Foreign visitors are encouraged to review the U.S. Department of State’s websitefor important travel information and visa requirements specific to residents from their home country (see http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/visit.html). To help your international guests verify their purpose for traveling to the U.S., you may request an enrollment confirmation and graduation eligibility letter from the Registrar’s Office, which verifies that you are in your final semester or have completed your degree and you are eligible to participate in this year’s graduation ceremony.

    Letter Request & Enrollment Verification

    • How can I request an enrollment verification letter?
      Studentsmust submit a Letter Request Form to the Registrar’s Office in person or by email.Please note: Verification letters take 2-5business days to process from the date the letter request is received. 

    • Can someone pick up my official letter for me?
      Yes. The person must present a copy of your photo ID along with a signed letter from you authorizing the person to collect your official document. The person who is picking up your official document must also provide a photo ID.

    • How do I get my FIA forms completed?
      Family Independence Administration(FIA) forms are completed by the Registrar’s Office within fivedays after receipt. Students must be registered and have no outstanding Financial Aid restrictions. 

    • When canI submit an FIA form for an upcoming semester?
      We accept FIA forms for an upcoming semester during the final week of the current semester. Students must be registered for courses for the upcoming semester and have no outstanding Financial Aid restrictions.

    Transcript Requests

    • How do I order my official transcript?  
      Official transcripts may be requested through the National Student Clearinghouse online via www.getmytranscript.com. There is a fee. Type Monroe College on the landing page, and click CONTINUE. Please read the instructions posted on the Welcome page for important information. Follow the steps on the website to complete the request. Transcripts will not be released if the student has outstanding financial obligations to the College. Transcript requests are generally processed within 3-5 business days.

    • How do I access my unofficial transcript?
      Unofficial transcripts are available free of charge for students who attended Monroe College after 2008. To access an unofficial transcript, please go to www.monroecollege.edu, select My Monroe, and then log in using your Monroe username and password. Select Web Advisor then select Transcript. If you do not remember your username and/or password, you may email Monroe’s Help Desk at helpdesk@monroecollege.edu for assistance.

    • I have a hold on my transcript request. Why was my credit card charged?
      While it may appear that your card was charged, it was actually just a pre-authorization. Your card will not be charged until your transcript is processed.

    Transfer Credit Procedure & Policies

    • What is the maximum number of transferable credits?
      The following guidelines are applied when awarding transfer credits:

    • A grade of C of better is required for transfer credit. Some of our Schools or Academic Programs may require a higher grade based on specific programs.

    • Students transferring from two-year institutions to an associate degree program may transfer a maximum of 30 credits (they cannot be used to satisfy upper-level course requirements in your major unless approved by the School Dean).

    • Students transferring from two-year institutions to a bachelor’s degree program may transfer a maximum of 66 credits (they cannot be used to satisfy upper-level course requirements in your major unless approved by the School Dean).

    • Students transferring from a Bachelor’s degree program may transfer a maximum of 90 credits.

    • The King Graduate School may accept up to six (6) graduate level transfer credits for the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Criminal Justice, Master of Science in Accounting and Master of Science in Computer Science.

    • Up to nine (9) transfer credits may be accepted for the Master of Public Health program.

    • How soon will I see my transfer credits from my CLEPexam on my transcript?
      Transfer credits from the CLEP exam will be noted within three business days after the official transcript has been received from the College Board with your official scores.

    • I received my official transcript from my prior institution in the mail. May I open it before submitting it to Monroe? 
      No. The envelope must remain sealed to qualify as an official transcript. Opened envelopes will not be accepted as official.

    • Can I get a copy of an official transcript I brought from another college?
      No. Monroe College does not provide copies of other institutions’ transcripts. You must contact the other institution directly.  

    • Where can I find more information about Monroe’s transfer credit policy? 
      For additional information regarding transfer credits, please see our website. (ADD LINK TO PROPER PAGE ON WEBSITE.)

     

    Change of Information/Updating Contact Information

    • How can I update my address?
      Address changes can be made online through WebAdvisor(add Web Advisor link) or by completing a Change of Information form (Link).
    • How do I change or correct my name?
      To make a change or correction to your name, you will need to complete a Change of Information form. All name changes must be accompanied by supporting original documentation (i.e. state ID or passport and social security card (if applicable), along with one of the following: marriage certificate, divorce decree, court order, birth certificate and/or Certificate of Naturalization. 

    Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

    Please click here to review the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.

    Registration

    Web Advisor is your online resource for registration, schedule adjustments and personal academic information. The system can be used by current students to:

    • Search and register for classes for the upcoming semester once the registration period has begun
    • View and print a copy of your degree audit, which shows exactly which courses you have taken, are taking, and need to take in order to graduate
    • See final grades for completed semesters
    • Get a copy of your schedule
    • View or print your unofficial transcript
    • Change address information

    You can search for course sections without logging in but all other functions require a username and password, which should be the same as your e-mail login.


    Enrollment Certification/Verification

    If you are an employer or background screening firm requesting this information,Monroe College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide degree and enrollment verifications. Visit the National Student Clearinghouse on the web at www.degreeverify.org or contact them by regular mail at:

    National Student Clearinghouse
    2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300
    Herndon, VA 20171
    Tel: (703) 742-4200(703) 742-4200

    If you are a student seeking letters and certifications, you must submit a request form to the Registrar or you may submit a signed letter with your student ID or social security number indicating what and to whom the information should be sent. Note that requests take 3-5 business days to process.

    Retention, Graduation and Job Placement Rates

    The graduation and persistence rates for Monroe College can be found here.

    Additional information regarding the retention and placement statistics of Monroe students is available in the Offices of the Registrar and Career Services.