- 1,300 Students
- Private Institution Type
Founded as an academy in 1853 by the Presbyterian Church, Monmouth College’s initial financial support came from local leaders—many of whom were not Presbyterian—who appreciated the benefits that a strong academic institution would bring to the frontier town of Monmouth. That broad local support continues to this day.
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The Monmouth College campus is a challenging yet nurturing environment that will become your home away from home. Over ninety percent of our students live in the eleven residence halls, the fraternity complex, sorority houses and theme houses on campus. There are four women's residence halls, three men's residence halls, three co-ed residence halls, co-ed apartment style housing, a fraternity complex, three women’s sorority houses and four theme houses.
Hewes Library is the oldest continuing federal depository in the state of Illinois starting in 1860 and is the 4th oldest in the nation.
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