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

The scenic Monroe College St. Lucia campus in Barnard Hill Castries on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia combines the best of many worlds.

Queens

Monroe's Queens Extension Center is located in the heart of downtown Flushing, a vibrant and ethnically mixed district of Queens.

  • Academic Resources

    Academic Support

    As an online student you will have a personal responsibility to manage your time, be self-motivated and manage your academics. However, you will not be alone. We know that everyone needs a little help sometimes. Monroe online provides a wide range of academic support services designed to make sure that you are able to overcome any type of hurdle you encounter.

    Tutoring Services

    Our professors hold weekly live office hours and are available via email within 24 hours. But if that is not enough, or if you are just looking for a different explanation, then you’ll be able to access free tutoring while attending Monroe online. Through our partnership with Smarthinking, students are able to obtain tutoring on almost any subject.

    Smarthinking’s Online Writing Lab provides asynchronous support for Monroe Online students to receive a detailed, personalized critique of any written assignment, such as an essay, paragraph, report, personal statement, cover letter, resume, or creative work. That way you can receive feedback even before you submit your assignment to your professor. 

    Live writing tutors are also available on-demand, for pre-scheduled sessions, or for asynchronous question submission. Live tutors are available to assist students with specific writing questions such as pre-writing techniques, research strategies, documentation, grammar and mechanics.

    Online Library

    Luckily for online students, you are no longer reliant on the “stacks” to do significant research. Instead, online students can access millions of full-text scholarly and peer-reviewed journal articles, e-books, encyclopedias, reference documents and much more through Monroe College’s Online Library Resources without leaving home.

    Of course, if you are in the neighborhood, our online students have all of the privileges of our on-campus students and can use any of our libraries on our campuses.

    Bronx Campus: Jerome Hall, 2486 Jerome Ave.

    New Rochelle: Franklin Hall, 434 Main St.

    St. Lucia: Barnard Hill, Castries

    The campus libraries contain over 50,000 volumes, print periodicals, and electronic resources. Computers are available for Internet research, word processing, and scanning and wireless is available throughout campus. Monroe also provides on-campus Learning Resource Centers where you can get one-on-one help.

    Other Libraries

    Students also have access to libraries belonging to the Westchester Academic Library Directors Organization (WALDO), including Fordham University, and the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO). Please see a librarian for more information.

    All Monroe College students are eligible for a New York Public Library card. The Bronx Library Center is a few blocks from Monroe’s Bronx campus.

    Academic Services and Advising

    One of the advantages separating Monroe online from other programs is an unparalleled level of support and encouragement. Upon registering, you’ll be matched with a Student Services Counselor whose sole job is to make sure your academic career at Monroe is a success. She’ll help you choose classes, register for classes and guide you over any hurdles that you may face during your academic career.

    Of course, you are always free to manage your registration yourself. WebAdvisor is your online resource for registration, schedule adjustments and personal academic information. The system can be accessed from home and used by online 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
    • Request a transcript from the Registrar's Office
    • Change address information