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 Faculty Resources  (Registrar's Office).

Students' Campus Resources


Freshmen and Sophomore  Spring 2015 Registration

Freshmen and Sophomores are now required to meet with their assigned academic advisor, in the Office of Academic Advising, in preparation for Spring 2015 registration.  Students must complete and submit the Academic Advising Course Worksheet to have their advisor holds removed.  The faculty advisor's signature is also required on the form for those students who have been assigned a faculty advisor through major declaration.

 

Process for Declaring a Major, and Updating Faculty Advisor Information

Undergraduate students declare or change their academic programs (i.e. majors & minors) and/or change their academic advisors using the Undergraduate/Declaration/Change of Program, Minor Change of Advisor Form available in the Registrar's Office or by clicking here to download a copy of the form and for detail instructions from the Registrar's Office. 

 

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE MANHATTANVILLE UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE 

Please consult the College Catalog and use the General Education webpage for detailed information regarding these requirements.

Students Entering Fall 2009 Through Spring 2014

Worksheet For Students Entering Fall 2009

Through Spring 2014


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Students Entering Fall 2014 and Later

Worksheet For Students Entering Fall 2014 and Later


ACADEMIC PROBATION AND DISMISSAL CRITERIA

The following document outlines the criteria for satisfactory academic standing for the College's Undergraduate Probation and Dismissal criteria.  

Academic Probation and Dismissal Criteria

 
MANHATTANVILLE TRANSFER COURSE EQUIVALENCIES
Prospective transfer students are eligible to receive a maximum of 90 transfer credits. Coursework eligible for transfer must come from regionally accredited institutions, and be comparable to the liberal arts curriculum offered at Manhattanville. Transfer credit is awarded only for courses in which students earn grades of C- or higher. The Registrar webpage will provide you with more detailed information on transfer credit evaluation.

 

ACADEMIC ADVISOR RESOURCES

 American Counseling Association-ACA

Financial Aid, College Scholarships and Student Loans 

FOCUS2 Career Assessment

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network-GLSEN

National Academic Advising Association-NACADA

National Resource Center- First-Year Experience and Students in Transition

New York State School Counselor Association -NYSSCA

The Chronicle of Higher Education

The College Board

The Tool Box

Transfer Evaluation System-TES

US Department of Education FERPA

Westchester Putnam Rockland Counseling Association - WPRCA