Living on Campus
College living is living the life. You’re on your own, but with new friends and so much to do. You’re living your best life.
Home, however you want it
The options for living at Monmouth are up to you — from dorms, to suites, to houses with your fraternity or sorority families. We’re a close-knit campus community with the perfect amount of flexibility and freedom. So whatever feels like home to you, you’ll be able to find it here.
Give me an example
It’s Friday and you’re finishing up your last class of the week — a tough one that keeps you on your toes — I’m looking at you organic chemistry. To unwind a little, you hit the Trotter Fitness Complex for a quick treadmill session. You hustle across the other quad to your suite in Bowers Hall, ditch your backpack, and you’re ready to kick off your weekend.
First, it’s dinner with your team, then a comedy show hosted by ASAP and a late-night snack from Scots Market. You’ll probably put off homework till Sunday. Maybe a morning study session at Einstein’s. Maybe a basketball game. Maybe Chorale practice. Whatever it is, it won’t be boring, but it will be only at Monmouth.
All the food, family and freedom
As Antoni always says: a good meal can bring people together. We offer plenty of dining options for even the pickiest eater. Plus, you can use your meal plan in multiple locations around campus from the caf in Stockdale to Einstein’s Bros. Bagel coffee shop in the library. If you have Flex left at the end of the semester you’re doing it wrong.
Any of your diet needs, or limitations, can be accommodated. Rest easy knowing your vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free diet will be as delicious as ever. Humble brag: our breakfasts are the best. Stop in Stockdale for an omelet with Penny – a longtime Monmouth employee who’s fed our Scots for decades. She even made a how-to video for her famous omelets this spring. Her secret ingredient? Love.