Why wait to start graduate school? At Monmouth University, you can apply for and enroll in a summer session, and get started right away.* After all, starting now means finishing sooner! At Monmouth University, be prepared to receive an academically challenging curriculum taught by supportive and caring instructors. And with a location one mile from the beautiful shore, it's the perfect place to spend your summer! Let us help you meet your professional goals. We have a seat for you!
Summer Course ListThe 2015 summer course schedule is available online here.
Summer TuitionSummer 2015 graduate tuition is $1,058/credit. A typical Monmouth class is 3 credits.
Summer Financial AidTo download the summer financial aid application and learn everything you need to know about possible aid, please visit the Guide to Summer Financial Aid.
Graduate ScholarshipsGraduate summer scholarships are available to qualifying graduate students who matriculate. Scholarships are made to students who earned a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average while completing their undergraduate degree. Graduate summer scholarships are available provided you take at least 6 credits. These 6 credits may be taken over any of the five summer sessions.
Summer Housing Monmouth boasts some of the most reasonable rates for summer housing along the Jersey shore! Summer 2015 housing rates range from $206 to $257 per week. Rates vary by residence type. For more information on summer housing or to apply for housing, please click here or contact the Office of Residential Life at 732-571-3465.
Summer Parking Parking is available for students attending summer courses. There is no fee or decal required. If you have any questions about Summer Sessions at Monmouth University, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 800-543-9671 or 732-571-3456.
Questions? Contact the Office of Graduate Admission today at 800-693-7372 or 732-571-3452, or by sending e-mail to email@example.com.
* Students applying for the Master of Social Work, the Accelerated Master of Business Administration, or the Physician Assistant programs must apply for a fall semester. All other programs may begin in the summer.
Please note: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is federal legislation passed in 1974 which established guidelines governing the way educational institutions maintain and supervise student records. Learn more about how FERPA applies to Monmouth students.