Monsters University

Established 1313

Welcome to Monsters University

About the University

Established in 1313 following a land grant from the city of Monstropolis, Monsters University has grown from a small local center of learning to a leading global institution of higher education. Upon this hallowed ground, some of the most fabled academic buildings in the world have been built, serving the hundreds of thousands of alumni that have walked the halls and grounds of MU.

About the University

Admission Requirements

  1. Submit a completed application
  2. Score in the upper quartile of MAT (Monsters Aptitude Test)
  3. Write an essay on the topic of "What I learned when I wasn't learning -- the value of education outside the classroom."

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for students who attend MU. Half of the students who attend the university are on some form of financial aid. The university is committed to making the school affordable for any student who wishes to attend.

Academics

Students can obtain a major or a minor in the following areas:

  • Liberal Arts
  • English
  • English/Creative Roaring (dual major)
  • New Age Philosophy
  • History (Early Monster Studies minor)
  • Women's Studies
  • Monster Education
  • Film Studies
Monsters University - A Message From the Dean

Student Life

Fraternities and Sororities Clubs

Gamma Roar Roar Improv

Omega Howl Math

Python Nu Kappa Smile Squad

Slugma Kappa Theta Debate Club

Housing

  • Freshmen dorms
  • On-campus housing
  • Commons cafeteria
  • Several additional dining options

Is This the School for Me?

After careful consideration, I have come to the conclusion that this school is certainly not the one that I ought to attend in the fall of 2015. For one thing, I am not a monster, and it appears that all students on this campus are. This would make it very difficult for me to fit in. The major that I am interested in, English, is one that is offered, and the English/Creative Roaring dual major does sound interesting, but the lack of students like myself would make attendance here too difficult. I am also unsure of where exactly the university is located--when I do a search on google maps, Anaheim, California pops up as a location, but it just seems to be a theme park, not a university campus. Though it appears to be an interesting campus, I do not believe it is the one for me.