Admitted Students

Welcome to Manhattanville University, home of the Valiants, and your home for the next phase of your education.

By joining our diverse community of motivated learners, you’re beginning a journey to success—both as a student and as an individual.

Start your journey to becoming a Valiant with these easy steps to finalize your enrollment process

Submit Deposit Visit Campus Financial Aid Contact a Counselor Spring 2024 Virtual Graduate Open House




Being accepted to graduate school is a big deal! Take some time to enjoy it with your friends and family.

Students must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to be considered for need-based financial aid.  

Be sure to provide our school code (002760) and your Social Security Number on the application.

Students enrolled in online graduate programs are not eligible for institutional aid.  

There may be limited financial assistance for in-person graduate study depending on the program being pursued.  Please contact your admissions representative for additional details.


The Office of Financial Aid is open Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM

Contact a Member of the Financial Aid team

All graduate level School of Education students are required to register and attend a new student orientation. Dates and registration are available below:

Spring 2024 - January 4, 2024

Summer 2024 - Stay tuned for the date!

Fall 2024 - Stay tuned for the date!

We look forward to welcoming you to our community of globally-minded students. Special programs and services will allow you to make a smooth adjustment to campus life. We are a resource for you and your family at every step of your educational path. 

Before you leave home
Look to see if you can attend a pre-departure orientation in your home country. Education USA offers short general orientations to incoming international students that touch on culture shock, customs check, money matters, and a variety of other useful topics - these are not Manhattanville specific orientations, but U.S. specific. Typically they are offered in May, June and July.


Learn More about Enrolling as an International Student

Submitting your non-refundable $100 enrollment deposit will solidify your spot for the next semester. You can submit your deposit online or by mail.

  • Please refer to your acceptance letter for confirmation of your deposit deadline date.  Registration for new graduate students takes place with one-to-one advising appointments for any student that has submitted their deposit.
  • Please note, if you are interested in living on campus, there will be an additional $200 non-refundable deposit that is required.

Connect with your Academic Adviser who will help you register for courses and guide you through your graduate program. If you have submitted your enrollment deposit, your Adviser's contact information has been sent to you within your deposit confirmation email. If you have questions regarding who your Academic Adviser is, please contact


Submit your Health Forms to Student Health and Counseling Office in order to be eligible to register for in-person classes. Those attending classes online should reach out to to request that their health and immunization requirements be waived.


Campus Safety will issue a campus ID card and Parking Permit for all community members.  Follow the link below to complete the steps to have your documentation processed.

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Additional Resources

Academic Support Services

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 Student Information

The OneStop Office is here to assist with questions about financial aid and scholarships, tuition and billing, and class registration.

Military and Veteran Students with VA Education benefits can apply for the post 9/11 GI Bill and related awards at Manhattanville University.

International Students are welcome at Manhattanville! Our community currently welcomes students from more than 30 countries!

Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Health courses are geared toward students interested in applying to graduate or professional preparation in the Health Sciences, particularly in the fields of Medicine (MD, DO, DVM), Dentistry, Physical Therapy, and Optometry. 

Online Students can access our programs from anywhere at any time, providing working professionals with a convenient pathway to continuing education.