The School of Science at Monmouth is committed to sustaining a first rate program consistent with the University's standard of academic excellence and personalized education. In supporting the School of Science you will be continuing the tradition of philanthropy that has transformed learning across the globe while making a difference in the lives of current and prospective students.
Your gift can be designated to the area of your choice, including student scholarships, the Summer Research Program, Memorial Funds, and facilities improvements.
There are more ways to support the School of Science at Monmouth than just donating money. Of course, donating money is excellent and we wouldn't want to discourage that. But below you'll find 10 ways (including donations) to get involved.
10 Ways to Support the School of Science
Biology Professor and Monmouth University alumnus Donald Dorfman retired in July 2010 after 40 years of service. The School of Science has established the Donald S. Dorfman Endowed Scholarship fund with a goal to raise $25,000 to provide scholarships for students in the Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy Program. Tax-deductible gifts to the Dorfman fund can be made by clicking here.
The Monmouth University community was saddened by the passing of Richard Benjamin, Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering. The Richard Benjamin Memorial Fund has been established to support student scholarships. Professor Benjamin began his career at the University in 1959 as an Electronics Specialist while a Monmouth College student. During Professor Benjamin's career he chaired the Electrical Engineering Department, he served as Dean of the School of Science and Professional Studies, and he was honored with the Distinguished Teacher Award. Tax-deductible donations to the fund should be sent to the Richard Benjamin Memorial Fund, c/o External Affairs, Monmouth University, 400 Cedar Avenue, West Long Branch, NJ 07764.