Answers to your Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Registrar's Office during the COVID-19 disruption can be found here.
The Registrar's Office staff will be available to our students remotely via email (email@example.com) and phone (914-323-5337) during regular business hours for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Those hours are: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 8:30am-4:30pm.
Due to the current situation related to COVID-19 in New York State, the Manhattanville College Registrar’s Office is working 100% remote for the remainder of the semester. Due to this situation, we cannot furnish any paper transcripts for mailing at this time. During this disruption, transcripts for students who attended Manhattanville prior to 1985 cannot be accessed at all as they are as they are housed only in paper form on campus.
Pending any active holds on an account, electronic transcripts are delivered virtually instantaneous.
Diploma pick up is suspended until further notice. However, your diploma can be mailed to you, once the office has been reopened, by emailing the Registrar's Office from your Manhattanville email account or by completing the Diploma Mailer Form. Official documentation confirming your degree would be an official transcript and it can be requested as detailed above.
Note: January diplomas will not be available during this time-students who have had degrees conferred in January will receive details in the coming weeks.
Since many students have already completed this process, we are not officially extending the deadline at this time. If you haven’t declared your major, this can be processed electronically through email. Using your Manhattanville email ONLY, send an email to the appropriate department chair expressing interest in declaring a major within their department. If approved, they can forward your email, along with their own approval, to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your program will be updated as soon as possible and changes will be reflected in Student Planning. A list of current department chairs can be found here.
At this time, priority registration for full-time undergraduate students will begin on Monday, April 13th as scheduled. The Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 schedules are now live and students can begin planning their courses in Student Planning. Registration appointments will be emailed to students on an individual basis during the week of March 30th.
GRADUATE/DOCTORAL STUDENTS Registration will begin on Monday, April 20th as scheduled. Students in the School of Education and in the MFA-creative Writing program must contact their advisor prior to registration and advising holds must be lifted for a student to be able to complete registration. The advising hold does not prevent a student from planning their courses in Student Planning.
At this time, there is no plan to extend the withdrawal deadline of March 30th for the Spring 2020 term. If you decide to withdraw from a class, or if it has been recommended to you, the process can be handled electronically through email. Using your Manhattanville email ONLY, send an email to your advisor with your request to withdraw from a class (include all details-course/section number and professor). If approved, they can forward your email, along with their own approval, to us at email@example.com. If you are looking to withdraw below 12 credits, the following officials must also receive/review your request: Office of Academic Advising, Director-Residence Life, Director-Financial Aid and Director-International Student Services (when applicable). Once all signatures are received by the Registrar’s Office, your withdrawal can be processed and changes will be reflected in Student Planning.