We have provided answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
Click on the underlined text for more information on each question. If you have any other questions contact the Admissions Office at 1-800-747-2687
- What are the requirements for admission?
Visit our admission requirements page to learn more about what is required for admission.
- How can I receive more information about Monmouth College?
Submit an information request form online or call 1-800-747-2687.
- How can I find out if Monmouth College offers an academic area that I am interested in?
Visit our academics homepage or call 1-800-747-2687.
- How can I find out more about clubs and organizations?
Check out our Student Life section.
- How do I schedule a campus visit?
Call the Admission Office at 1-800-747-2687 and ask for the Visit Coordinator, who will arrange an individualized campus visit. Online registration is also available.
- What are your ACT and SAT codes?
Our ACT code is 1084 and our SAT code is 1484
- When are our open house dates?
Visit our open house page to view dates and register.
- How can I estimate the cost of tuition and room and board?
The tuition and financial aid information can be found on the financial aid page.
- Where is MC located - how long does it take to get to campus?
There are directions to MC online here, as well as information on over-night accommodations.
- How do I apply to MC?
You can either complete a paper application, or submit an online application.
- Do you accept Advanced Placement test credit?
Monmouth College recognizes both the Advanced Placement (APP) and the International Baccalaureate Program (IBP). APP credit is granted for examinations receiving a score of 3 or better in disciplines offered by the college.
- What are the residence halls like?
The Residence Life section includes information about the residence halls.
- What extra-curricular activities do you have?
Monmouth College students engage in a variety of co-curricular activities that are organized informally by students who share a common interest or goal. However, in some cases a group of students may seek to become recognized formally as a Monmouth College Student Organization.
- How safe is the school, and what is the crime rate?
The crime rate of Monmouth College and the surrounding community is very low. While we regard the community as safe, we do provide 24 hour security, an escort service, emergency call boxes and emergency text and broadcast messaging. All residence halls have electronic key card access for residents.
- If I bring my own computer, what specs should it have?
In order to connect to the Monmouth College network, your personal computer must have a Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, 7), Apple, or Unix operating system. The entire campus has access to a wireless network.
- What would my address be in the residence halls at Monmouth College?
318 North Ninth Street
Monmouth, IL 61462
- Where can we receive medical care in the area?
The OSF Holy Family Medical Center of Monmouth is available 24 hours every day for medical attention.