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Monmouth offers 51 off campus programs in 31 countries, including a seamless program in Scotland. Learn more about off-campus opportunities.
This year’s record freshman class is a reflection of MC’s growing reputation for excellence. Here are some reasons why.
The Fighting Scots compete in over 20 Division III sports, including Men's and Women's Water Polo! Learn more about our athletic programs.
Get a taste of Monmouth tradition with a campus visit.
Monmouth's newest academic facility is changing the way our students think!
Critical thinking is a part of our culture, it’s why we’re here. See why Monmouth students thrive on it.
No matter how you say it, may the peace and joy of this special season be yours—now and for all the years to come.
Campus Map

Explore our Magnificent Campus!

To fully appreciate the traditional beauty and modern conveniences of the Monmouth campus requires an in-person visit.

Until that can be arranged, check out our new Google Maps-based virtual tour with more than 50 interior and exterior panoramic views.

Fulfilling the Promise

Goal in Sight for $75 Million Capital Campaign

Monmouth’s campaign for academic excellence, announced in 2013, has reached the 90% completion mark.

For the most recent campaign news, visit the Fulfilling the Promise Campaign Website.

Selected Events

George Olson Art Exhibition
Monday, Jan 19
Hewes Library, Len G. Everett Gallery
Admissions Open House
Monday, Jan 19
Dahl Chapel & Auditorium, Main Level Lobby
George Olson Art Exhibition Reception
Friday, Jan 23
Hewes Library, Len G. Everett Gallery
Riyad Nicolas, Guest Pianist
Friday, Jan 30
Dahl Chapel & Auditorium, Kasch Performance Hall
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Christmas Convocation

Christmas Convocation 2014

In an annual tradition, the Monmouth College community celebrates Christmas through songs, prayer, scripture readings and the serving of communion.