The world needs thinkers and doers.
That’s why our program choices — over 125 in total — combine classic liberal arts
education with hands-on, real-world experiences that will get you where you want to
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First Year Valiant Experience
Respect. Curiosity. Problem solving. Empathy. These are just a few of the skills that
all Manhattanville students are challenged to acquire through our unique first-year
Summer is a great time for currently enrolled Manhattanville students, visiting students,
and high school students from throughout the United States and internationally to
join our community through various academic and social programming opportunities.
Whether your interest is in taking college classes, living on campus while completing
an internship, or participating in a sports camp, we invite you to join our community
The Valiant Advising Team coordinates Manhttanville's advising system and its staff
serves as the Primary Academic Advisors for all undeclared First Year and Sophomore
students at the College. The Team supports students by providing information about
academic policies and degree requirements, assists students in the course selection
process, and offers students support and appropriate referrals to other campus resources.
Castle Scholars Honors Program
Castle Scholars Honors Students benefit from rigorous, intellectually stimulating,
interdisciplinary seminars, all of which are taught by our full-time faculty. Castle
Scholars can also apply for special funding to complete independent Honors research
and creative projects, allowing them to design, implement, and achieve the ambitious
goals they set for themselves.
Manhattanville is a pioneer in portfolio-based education and a world leader in the
use of electronic portfolios, offers students a unique opportunity to discover their
passions and develop personalized roadmaps to success through its innovative Atlas
Flexible Learning Options
Evenings, weekends, or online program options
Changing Suburbs Institute
Through partnerships with 19 schools in ten local school districts, our Changing Suburbs
Institute® is preparing teacher candidates, providing faculty development, and giving students
the best chance to succeed by helping their parents to become better advocates for
their children’s education.
The Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy
The Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy prepares teachers to use a multisensory
approach to literacy instruction, based upon the work of Dr. Samuel T. Orton. The
Institute offers the opportunity for graduate study or professional development credit.
Writing Festivals and Events
The Manhattanville MFA offers a number of programs that are open to the public, including
Summer Writers’ Week, Saturday Writer’s Hub Workshops, the Meet the Writers Series,
and Fall Poetry Festival.
|Write the next great American novel, launch the next big business, or study the next
biomedical breakthrough with our wide range of arts and sciences undergraduate and
graduate degrees, certificates, and professional development programs.
|Our School of Education offers the highest number of programs in the region. Specialize
in childhood education, literacy, special education, and more.
|Fast-track your medical career and help advance our region’s top-notch healthcare
industry with an undergraduate and/or graduate degree from our School of Nursing and
No matter the distance, our online experience brings the Manhattanville world-class
education to you. Designed for working professionals, our online programs provide
a dynamic learning environment that will help you fast-track your degree.Online Learning
Accessibility, Internships, Tutoring, and Writing
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) provides free Peer Tutoring sessions for undergraduate students. Through the ARC,
students receive individual and group support in a variety of subjects at all levels
of the curriculum.
The Center for Student Accessibility partners with students to empower them to take ownership of their college journey.
The Center also strives to increase positive dialogue surrounding disabilities, promoting
the "people first" approach and communicating the message that disability is an integral
part of diversity.
The Andrew Bodenrader Center for Academic Writing and Composition has a mission is to provide Manhattanville students with support at any stage of
the writing process. We strive to build the confidence of student writers through
encouraging, collaborative one-to-one sessions with peer tutors, graduate Writing
Center Fellows, and Academic Writing faculty.
The Center for Career Development is committed to individualized career exploration counseling, self-assessment, skill
development, and utilizing internship and job search strategies that empower students
to take ownership in their personal and professional success.
Additional Academic Services
The Valiant Advising Team supports students by providing information about academic policies and degree requirements,
assists students in the course selection process, and offers students support and
appropriate referrals to other campus resources.
The Library offers impressive collections and outstanding services to help all of our students
succeed in the classroom and beyond.
The Registrar's Office has the responsibility to maintain timely and accurate records of the academic progress
of all students while upholding the privacy and security of those records.
The Office of Instructional Technology is here to support students, faculty, and staff towards successful teaching and learning.
Get tips about online courses, find support, and more.
The Office of the Provost provides valuable information and links to resources for faculty, and for staff who
work for, or with the faculty in furthering our educational mission.