A Global Community

Manhattanville’s global campus has more than 55 countries represented by students on campus. From around the world, Manhattanville students come together to make a warm, nurturing and enriching global community.

Center for Inclusion

As part of our continued commitment to diversity and inclusion, the College is proud to announce our new Center for Inclusion, which is scheduled to open early in the spring semester 2017.

The Center will provide educational, cultural and social programming, mentoring, and training to support enhanced understanding of different cultures, ethnicities, backgrounds, and experiences.

 

Panashe Fundira from Zimbabwe

Computer Science and Math major with a minor in Economics

"Being at a small school allows me to have much more substantial relationships with each of my professors."
Fundira attended one of the top schools in Africa, where he played rugby, was the founding president of the Collegiate Society for Commerce, interviewed the country's prime minister, and was awarded full colors for academic achievements. Here at Manhattanville, he is working on a paper with the head of the physics department, which he hopes to have published in a peer-reviewed journal. Fundira interned at Mastercard, where he won the intern business challenge.

 

International Student Stories

Esther Kando Odescalchi ’60

A Hungarian Refugee Reflects on her Time at Manhattanville

Esther Kando Odescalchi ’60 was a Hungarian refugee when she arrived at Manhattanville College. Odescalchi fondly recalls how the College staff went out of their way to make her feel welcomed after her family's harrowing escape from Hungary. Although she did not speak English and had not graduated from high school when she arrived in the United States, she found success at Manhattanville, graduating with a degree in communications. She went on to earn a master’s in library science from Columbia University, and work in executive communications for IBM.

 

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Winter Session

January 3 - January 20

Winter session is a great way for visiting or current students to boost their GPA, fulfill requirements, lighten semester course loads, or to just try an interesting course. Classes are open to current and visiting students, high school students, and lifelong learners. 

What's Happening at MVille?

Need to Ensure Safety and Well Being of Entire Campus

Dec 7, 2016

Click to read a letter from President Michael Geisler.

News

December
10

Duchesne Center Weekly Event: Habitat for Humanity

8:30 am - 3:00 pm

2900 Purchase St
Purchase, NY, 10577

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An Open Letter from Concerned Faculty Regarding the Aftermath of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

Dec 1, 2016

Click on the title above to read an open letter from Manhattanville College faculty members.

News

December
10

Duchesne Center Weekly Event: Harrison Library

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

2900 Purchase St
Purchase, NY, 10577

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64%

of the class of 2015 are employed full-time or part-time

21%

of the class of 2015 went on to graduate school

76%

of finance graduates are employed full-time

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