The Monroe Campus has multiple academic programs which are offered exclusively including Laboratory Technician Assistant, Medical Laboratory Technician, Lab Food Science Technician, Agribusiness Specialist and Agribusiness Science and Technology. Students can earn an Associate Degree in Lab Food Science Technician, Medical Laboratory Technician and Agri-Business/ Science/ Technology or a one year Technical Diploma in Agri-Business Specialist, Farm Business and Production Management, Laboratory Technician Assistant, or Phlebotomy Assistant. Other academic opportunities at the Monroe campus include short-term certificates in Business Management, Emergency Medical Technician, and Nursing Assistant as well as general education courses. Also, for students interested in combining programs, an Associate Degree in Individual Technical Studies is available.
Along with the Central Campus, the Monroe Campus offers advising and financial aid support and allows students to register for classes. In addition, the facility has four computer labs featuring state-of-the-art equipment, a distance learning lab designed for global classroom connections, and a media center. In 2018, the campus added a new greenhouse, ag workshop and enhanced food lab to further support the programs.