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At the heart of Monmouth’s success is the generous support of our alumni, parents and friends.

Every Scot counts

That’s why every gift to Monmouth College fuels the Flame of White & Crimson. With your help, we can fund top-level academic programs, support our Fighting Scots, provide scholarships, and keep our beloved residential campus beautiful. 

Best of all, you can see your philanthropy in action as our students produce cutting-edge research, explore the world and earn national recognition. 

Every gift in its place, and a place for every gift

Monmouth recognizes the impact of every gift, no matter the size. Whether it is a contribution to the Monmouth Fund, a matching gift from an employer or a bequest, your gift helps keep the Flame burning bright for generations to come.

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“The students and professors all helped me transition from my old school to here and the family aspect really hit home immediately. It felt like I had been here forever. The professors and advisors really helped with the transition of credits which can be a challenge but here it was never an issue.”

Trevor Davis ’21, transferred from Southwestern Illinois College
Feeling Validated
A Sense of Community and Home
Everybody Is On Everybody’s Team

“A liberal arts education has been enormous in my development as an engineer. Through the rigorous coursework and critical thinking assignments at Monmouth, I can clearly articulate technical concepts in writing that has advanced my career.”

Stefan Flynn ’14, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Stefan Flynn

“Monmouth College significantly impacted my life. It built my confidence, and it challenged me, and it continues to challenge me today.”

Jenny Sanberg ’10, Assistant Director of Career Development & Internships, Wackerle Center for Career, Leadership & Fellowships
Jenni Sanberg

“It’s easy to get lost at a large school, but our faculty and staff at Monmouth will not allow that to happen.”

Bill Goldsborough ’65
Bill Goldsborough

“I’m so grateful for Monmouth College. It’s crazy to think that you come to college thinking you’re going to do something and you come out doing something else.”

Yulissa Avila ’19, City Year
Yulissa Avila
Andre Audette, Political Science Professor
John Huxtable ’04
Justin Swearinger (Assistant Professor of Music)
Alan Betourne ’05 (Head Baseball Coach)
Shelley ’89 & Olivia Postin ’24
Corey Pevitz ’24 with Andi Koek & Sunny Gold
Lauren Lehmann ’24 with Scot & Michelle Lehmann
Anita Gándara ’24 with Maria & José Gándara

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