Monmouth College Top Questions

What kind of person should not attend this school?


A person who is not driven towards their goal or that is not outgoing. Studies are the most important thing at Monmouth College, and you must work hard to do well here. Also, being social helps expand your college experiance here.


A person who loves the city and is always out and about shouldn't attend this school.


Someone who is not very outgoing would have a hard time enjoying their here. I'm sure that it is the same at many places, but if a person is not willing to work at joining clubs, teams, or other groups they are not going to have much to do. We live on a small campus in a small town so there is not a lot of to do off campus. This makes it very important for a student here to be willing to join clubs and get to know people.


I think anyone could be successful here if they chose to be, but I wouldn't recommend it to someone going into the field of education.


A person like me, who hates small towns. This town is in the middle of nowhere and there is nothing to do. Also, this college is centered around sorority and fraternities. If you don't want to join, don't come here!


Someone who enjoys going to a small school where everyone feels like they belong to a community. Someone who has the desire to learn a variety of different subjects. Someone who is open to new ideas and new ways of thinking.


Someone who likes to be involved on campus and be more than just a number.


I think that everyone should attend this school. I believe that even the most closed-minded people can learn and grow from attending a school like Monmouth College and even though it might take them out of their comfort zone in the long run they will become a stronger and more well rounded person.