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.

  • Institutional Assessment, Effectiveness and Student Outcomes

    Assessment is a college-wide endeavor involving faculty, administrators, and staff.  Those who have direct contact with students bear the greatest responsibility for organizing, implementing, and sustaining a systematic assessment program. Monroe maintains a culture of continuous assessment to positively impact learning outcomes and the effectiveness of administrative units. 

    The Office of Institutional Planning Effectiveness, and Budget (IPEB) is charged with the management of assessment activities across the College, providing leadership and expertise in the development and implementation of a comprehensive system for assessing effectiveness across the institution:

    • Building and facilitating a culture of evidence, assessment, and continuous quality improvement across the institution 
    • Directing and ensuring the integrity of data collection, maintenance, analysis, and dissemination 

    Institutional Effectiveness

    Monroe’s process for ensuring institutional effectiveness is an on-going, college-wide practice of planning and outcomes assessment. It consists of collection, organization, analysis, and dissemination of data for use in strategic planning. This process applies to both institutional and key departmental units that support student learning, enabling the College to better understand the extent to which it is fulfilling its mission and achieving its goals. 

    Effectiveness indicators has been established for the following areas: 

    • Academic Affairs
    • Academic Support Services
    • Admissions
    • Career Services
    • Human Resources
    • Institutional Planning, Effectiveness, and Budget
    • Public Safety, Facilities and Transportation
    • Technology
    • Student Financial Services, Loan Management
    • Student Services

    Academic Outcomes Assessment

    The College’s process for academic assessment is an ongoing commitment to advance student learning.  Data collected are aggregated and combined with information from Career Services, the Registrar, Institutional Research, Student Affairs, and other departments college-wide for the distinct purpose of helping to assess how well we are fulfilling our mission and core values.  Assessment of student learning outcomes is comprehensive in nature and occurs at the course and program levels.  

    The Academic Assessment Committee, a body that includes deans, directors, and faculty (plus academic administrators who serve on a rotating basis) is charged with supporting and carrying out the College’s commitment of continuous assessment.  To that end, the Committee establishes the strategic direction for assessment on the course level in support of the individual programs’ overarching goals and objectives.   

    Student Success Outcomes by Program:

  • Graduation Rates
  • Retention Rates
  • Graduate Outcomes
  • Licensure Outcomes