Neutral diol methacrylate-based monoliths were developed for normal phase chromatography (NPC) and NP-CEC of polar compounds including N-glycans. Four different diol methacrylate-based monoliths were synthesized via the copolymerization of a functional monomer using either glyceryl monomethacrylate (GMM) or glycidyl methacrylate (GMA) and a crosslinker either ethylene dimethacrylate (EDMA) or trimethylolpropane trimethacrylate (TRIM). While the GMM-based monoliths yield in one reaction step polar diol methacrylate monoliths that are ready for use in NPC or NP-CEC, the GMA-based monoliths required a postmodification with hot sulfuric acid to convert the epoxy functions into diols before use in NPC or NP-CEC. All the four monoliths are neutral and void of fixed charges on their surfaces but yet exhibited relatively strong EOF in NP-CEC. The EOF is attributed to the adsorption of ions from the mobile phase thus forming the electric double layer necessary for producing a bulk mobile phase flow. Under the same in situ copolymerization conditions of GMM or GMA with either EDMA or TRIM, the GMM-EDMA monolith was the best choice in terms of retention, separation efficiency, EOF velocity in CEC and linear flow velocity in Nano-LC.