Monmouth College students discover their talents, develop leadership skills and become immersed in new cultures and ideas.
A liberal arts education provides an excellent foundation for future leaders who will cultivate and sustain our democracy.
Integrated learning is a signature advantage of the Monmouth College education.
Monmouth College is committed to helping students discover their paths to personal and career satisfaction.
The Annual Fund sustains day-to-day operations while endowed scholarships make a sustainable impact on the future of Monmouth College.
The Annual Fund is Monmouth College’s lifeblood, sustaining the critical operations that make the institution a vibrant learning community.
Fulfilling the Promise, refers to a vision held by our Presbyterian founders, who believed that a liberal arts education, supported by traditional values, could elevate the hearts and minds of young people, and empower them to shape a better world.- Mauri Ditzler, Former President
A recently adopted strategic plan (which also includes a business plan and campus master plan) provides us with a progressive blueprint for enhancing the Monmouth educational experience in the coming years. We have selected four distinct guiding principles to help us fulfill our founders’ vision: Active Learning, Civic Engagement, Complex Problem Solving and Discerning A Purpose. These guiding principles now constitute the core of an ambitious capital campaign. Appropriately, we have titled the campaign Fulfilling the Promise.
Monmouth College President Clarence R. Wyatt announced today that an anonymous friend of Monmouth College and her spouse have issued a challenge to all current, emeriti and former members of the college’s board of trustees to raise at least $2.5 million in cash pledges by December 31, 2015.
Joan Rezner Gundersen of Oakmont, Pa., a 1968 Monmouth College graduate, and her husband, Robert, have made a $500,000 estate gift to the college.
In listing the reasons why he requested that part of his $2 million gift to Monmouth College’s Center for Science and Business be used to create a Veterans Memorial Great Room, William Trubeck described a particularly poignant one. Read More