Student Handbook

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Academic policies and procedures At Monmouth we believe in you. In your dreams. In your goals. In your ambitions. And we're going ... At Monmouth we believe in you. In your dreams. In your goals. In your ambitions. And we're going to work with you to make those dreams, goals and ambitions happen.

Academic Calendar
Academic Regulations
Class Absence Policy
Disability Services
Privacy of Records
Health and Immunization
Off-Campus Programs
Student Complaints of Faculty Conduct
Tutoring & Study Skills
Withdrawal from Classes

Campus policies and protocol

Computer Policies
Peer-to-Peer File Sharing
Alcohol and Drugs
Disciplinary Procedures
Events on Campus
Freedom of Expression
Fundraising
Athletic Policies
Parking Rules & Regulations
Campus Safety
Harassment 
Hazing
Minors on Campus Policy 
Violence Prevention
Bike Rental
Solicitation
Tailgating Policy
Use of Monmouth College Name or Logos
Video & Audio Recording

Residence hall policies On a small campus you'll always know someone! Perfect for walking to class, to the cafe or to pra... On a small campus you'll always know someone! Perfect for walking to class, to the cafe or to practice. You'll always have a buddy.

Covid-19 Policies
Damages
Guests and Visitation
Housekeeping & Maintenance Regulations
Mobility Devices
Noise & Quiet Hours
Occupancy & Board
Off-Campus Housing Eligibility
Residence Hall Closing
Room Assignment Charges & Consolidation
Room Inspections
Room Policies
Service & Assistance Animals
Storage

The freedom to teach and learn

Monmouth College believes that the responsibility to develop and respect general conditions conducive to the freedom to teach and learn is shared by all members of the College. Policies, procedures, and expectations are designed to ensure this freedom and to promote the meaningful, effective functioning of the our community.

The act of matriculation is a commitment to share responsibility for the development of our collegial life as well as to achieve personal academic objectives.

Students are encouraged to participate with faculty and staff in the review, evaluation, and formulation of regulations, standards, and procedures. The development of effective social communities is one of the most pressing issues of our time. The College community presents us with an opportunity to work toward such a goal. It is the intent of the regulations and procedures described to promote individual opportunity and freedom within a context of responsibility to the our community.