The Monmouth College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will hold a trick-or-treating event for area children and their family members 5-7PM on Halloween. This year's event will be held on East Broadway in front of Dahl Chapel and Auditorium

Monmouth College student Sophia Swift ('24) of Port Byron, Illinois, is all smiles while giving blood Thursday afternoon in the College's Huff Athletic Center. Swift helped organize the blood drive, which raised 48 units of blood for area hospitals

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 26, 2023) — An engaging speaker who specializes in the connections between religion and nature will present Monmouth College's annual Samuel M Thompson Memorial Lecture.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 25, 2023) Two very important abbreviations to consider as high school seniors prepared to go to college were GPA and ACT.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 18, 2023) — An artist whose work confronts "the most pressing issues of contemporary life" will be on Monmouth College's campus October 24 to discuss his current exhibition in the Len G Everett Gallery in Hewes Library.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 17, 2023) — Earlier this month, Monmouth College hosted a ceremony to dedicate a headstone for respected nineteenth-century citizen Champion Miller, a former slave who bought his freedom.

But how were esteemed members of a community memorialized roughly 6,000 years ago?

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 16, 2023) — Last week, the Nobel Prize in economics was awarded to Harvard University professor Claudia Goldin for research on the workplace gender gap. Goldin's research helps explain why women around the world are less likely than men to work (50% vs. 80%) and to earn less money (13% less) when they do.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 12, 2023) — With its title piece composed by an alumnus, the Monmouth College Wind Ensemble will present its fall concert at 7:30PM, October 21, in the Kasch Performance Hall of Dahl Chapel and Auditorium, under the direction of Justin Swearinger.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 12, 2023) — The surprise attack on Israel by Hamas on October 7 was "right out of the terrorist playbook," said Monmouth College political science professor Jessica Vivian.

What happens next, she said, depends on what play Israel runs in response.

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (October 11, 2023) — Monmouth College students now have 24/7 access to mental and physical health.

Thanks to TimelyCare, an online health-care app, students have access to multiple resources that support their mental and physical health, including 24/7 helplines.