Monroe Alumni Association
With over 45,000 Monroe alumni worldwide, the Monroe Alumni Association’s mission is to help our graduates strive for continued personal and professional success. Becoming an active member of the Monroe College Alumni Association enables graduates to stay informed about college news and events, and further their career development through networking opportunities, job listings, and professional growth events.
As Told by the Alumni of Monroe College
Every student who comes to Monroe leaves here with their own personal story about their time on campus.
Our Office of Alumni Relations recently set out on an ambitious oral history project to capture these stories.
Alumni from across the decades were invited to share their memories and photos for inclusion in a compendium celebrating this special and unique institution.
The resulting work is the just-published, inspirational book called “In My Words: As Told by the Alumni of Monroe College.”
It is a beautiful collection of memories from students located far and wide. Their heartfelt words of admiration and appreciation for the faculty who inspired them and the dedicated staff members who truly had their backs are incredibly moving.
We invite you to read these stories for yourself. A digital copy of the book is available at the link below.
Ready to Join?
Membership in the Alumni Association is free. It takes just a few minutes to register and begin taking advantage of the many benefits available.
Get Your Alumni ID
Your Alumni ID is your passport to all the benefits and services of the Alumni Association. To obtain your alumni ID, visit the Offices of Alumni Relations on either campus in the Student Services offices.
Sign up for the Alumni Association
Click Here to Join then select “First Time Login” and enter your information.
Reach out to the Office of Alumni Relations at 914.740.6550.
The Monroe Alumni Association hosts events on and off campus throughout the year as an opportunity for networking, socializing and special access to cultural and culinary events.
Alumni Ambassador Program
Monroe College is seeking alumni to volunteer for the Alumni Ambassador Program. As an Alumni Ambassador, you will have the opportunity to work with Monroe College to assist in recruiting students to the College, welcome and mentor first-year students, develop your leadership, organizational, strategic planning, and communication skills, and network with fellow Alumni Ambassadors at training and social events.
Activities can include hosting events, speaking to new and prospective students about the College in your community, school alma mater, workplace, assisting the Office of Admissions, and more.
Requirements for Alumni Ambassador eligibility:
- Be an alumnus of Monroe College
- Have Monroe pride!
- Be able to represent Monroe College in a professional and positive manner
- Have good communication and interpersonal skills
- Be able to commit the necessary time and energy to the role
- Attend trainings in order to have current knowledge about Monroe College’s academics and campus life
- Have relationships with schools, community and professional organizations
- Be creative and knowledgeable on how to use social media
Compensation may be available for eligible individuals who fulfill the necessary requirements.
Please contact Shanique McKenzie / email@example.com
Find connections through Monroe College's global community and advance your career with professional networking in a trusted environment. By connecting with fellow graduates, you not only benefit from the social gain but also can leverage your professional network.
Life Long Career Services
Get lifetime assistance from our Career Services Office with resume building, job search, mock interviews among other great services. To schedule an appointment and for more information, please contact 646.393.8650 for the Bronx Campus or 914.740.6470 for the New Rochelle campus.
Monroe Alumni Grant
The Monroe Alumni Grant may be awarded to students who are Alumni of Monroe College and are enrolling in one of Monroe’s Bachelor Degree programs or Graduate Degree programs. The amount of the award is determined by the type of degree in which the student is enrolling.
Toastmasters helps Monroe College alumni speak effectively in public. Members build skills to express themselves in a variety of situations, from giving better work presentations, participating in (and leading!) meetings more confidently, to being more persuasive when pitching clients, even improving communications with family, friends and colleagues. Learning to effectively formulate, organize and express your ideas is a cornerstone of a personal and professional success.
- Schedule: 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month
- Time: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
- Location: Virtual - Please contact us for link.
- Contact: Ameil Sloley, Toastmaster Club President.
The Monroe College Entrepreneur Center
This unique resource is designed to help members of the Monroe community and local entrepreneurs launch new businesses and help existing ones grow. Assistance with business startup challenges, marketing, operations, and finances are available to provide alumni with guidance to turn their ideas into real businesses. For more information, please contact Aruna Jarju.
Your job will evolve over the years, and so should your skills. Our Continuing and Professional education courses get you the industry-specific credentials you need to move up in your field. Offering affordable classes with short, flexible time frames we are sure to have just the right course to fit your busy schedule.
Liberty Mutual Insurance Program
Enjoy special savings on your Auto & Home Insurance from Liberty Mutual Insurance thanks to Monroe College Alumni Association. You can receive a quote online and be eligible for an additional 12% off your package price.
How do I order my official transcript?
Official transcripts may be requested through the National Student Clearinghouse online by visiting this link. There is a fee. Type Monroe College on the landing page, and click CONTINUE. Please read the instructions posted on the Welcome page for important information. Follow the steps on the website to complete the request. Transcripts will not be released if the student has outstanding financial obligations to the College. Transcript requests are generally processed within 3-5 business days.
How do I access my unofficial transcript?
Unofficial transcripts are available free of charge for students who attended Monroe College after 2008. To access an unofficial transcript, please go to MyMonroe then select Transcript. If you do not remember your username and/or password, you may email Monroe’s Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
I have a hold on my transcript request. Why was my credit card charged?
While it may appear that your card was charged, it was actually just a pre-authorization. Your card will not be charged until your transcript is processed.