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PORTFOLIO INFORMATION

Spring 2014

 Deadline Information

  • Wednesday, March 5 - Deadline for Portfolio RESUBMISSIONS from FALL 2013 First Reviews, Transfer Reviews and Final Reviews.
  • Friday, March 21st- Deadline for declaring/changing your major/minor/new primary advisor. All students must declare their major/minor before the end of their 4th semester by the deadline published on the Academic Calendar. Please consult the following webpage for additional information to access the required form.  Bring this form when meeting with your department chairs and advisor.
  • Monday, May 5th - Portfolio deadline for all students registered in Portfolio in Spring 2014 First Review, Transfer Review and Final Review (IDS.3999E, IDS.4000, IDS4000E, IDS4001, and IDS4001E) 

FALL 2014 REGISTRATION


Monday, March 31--Academic Advising, in preparation for FALL 2014 registration-- begins.  

Monday, April 14- Friday, April 18--Web Registration for FALL 2014 classes begins.  As is customary, students will be emailed individual online appointments.

 

*RESOURCES*

*Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
*ePortfolio QuickStart Guide
*How do I submit my ePortfolio
*Resources for Portfolio submission
*ePortfolio Lab eTerns & Office Hours
*Developing your e-Portfolio submission
*Board_On_Academic_Standards_Office_Hours.pdf
*First Review Workshop POWERPOINT
*Portfolio Resources Student Handout

 

ACADEMIC PROBATION AND DISMISSAL CRITERIA

The following document outlines the criteria for satisfactory academic standing for the College's Undergraduates and Probation/Dismissal criteria. 
REVISED SP'14 Academic Probation and Dismissal Criteria.pdf 

  

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE MANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE

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

 

REVISED SP'14 General Requirements of the Manhattanville Undergraduate Degree.pdf
 

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.
For more detail information on Manhattanville's transfer credit policy and procedures, please consult the Transcript Evaluation page through the Registrar's Office.

 

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