We are thrilled that you are joining Monmouth University in the fall! How would you like to get acquainted with college life before then, and enter your first year with a course or two already under your belt?! That's exactly what summer at Monmouth can do for you. Since you will be attending class during our 6-week summer E session which runs from July 8- August 18, you will have plenty of time to enjoy your last summer before college! Experience summer at Monmouth. We have a seat for you!
Please call our First Year Advising Office at 732-263-5868 to help select a summer course that is right for you! You can search the 2014 summer course schedule online here.
Summer RegistrationOur first year advisors will work with you to select a course that interests you and will get you on the right track to completing your degree. In order to register for a course, please contact Danielle Schrama in the First Year Advising Office at 732-263-5868. We look forward to hearing from you!
Summer 2014 tuition will be $776/credit. A typical Monmouth class is 3 credits; most labs are 4 credits. A lab fee will be applicable for some courses.
To complete and submit the summer financial aid application and learn everything you need to know about possible aid, please visit the Guide to Summer Financial Aid .
Summer HousingMonmouth boasts some of the most reasonable rates for summer housing along the shore! Summer 2014 housing rates range from $194 to $242 per week. Rates vary by residence type. For more information on summer housing or to download the housing application, please click here or contact the Office of Residential Life at 732-571-3465.
Parking is available for students attending summer courses. There is no fee or decal required.
School of Science Summer Research ProgramInterested in the sciences? Then Monmouth's intensive 12-week Summer Research Program might be for you!
For additional information please contact Danielle Colbert in the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 732-263-5872. You can also learn all about the many resources available to our first year students through the First Year Advising Office by visiting their web site.
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