Academic Support Services
Find What You Need to Succeed
By modeling problem-solving strategies, our staff helps to promote self-determination and self-advocacy skills in order to enhance students' abilities to use their own strengths to address challenges.
The Academic Resource Center 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 Writing Center’s 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.
Beginning early on in your first year our Center for Career Development will work with you to create a four-year plan to help you find internships that will provide you with the experience you need to find your dream job after graduation.
With many ways to access resources, the library provides each student with ample opportunities to study, find readings, and broaden the mind. Whatever your major, we’ve got you covered, with subject librarians available in person or online. Every library staff member is here to help students achieve academic success. Whether you prefer quiet study, group collaboration, attending informative events, or meeting up with friends in the Café, the library has the right space.
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.
We are here to assist you with:
Registration processes for new, continuing, and returning students
ServiceHub and the Student Planning online student system
Release of transcripts, letters of attendance, and enrollment verifications
Grade collection, posting of incomplete grades, and letter grade changes
Transfer credit evaluation and processing for transfer and returning students
Scheduling of many academic facilities
Process data changes on student records for name, address, and social security updates
Generally, students should contact their academic deans for academic issues:
Dean of Arts and Sciences, Rebecca Lafleur
(Undergraduate Academic Concerns)
Our mission is to support academic excellence throughout Manhattanville College. Here you will find valuable information and links to resources for faculty, and for staff who work for, or with the faculty in furthering our educational mission.