Student Support Services
At Manhattanville, you will find many offices striving to make sure that while you are here you will be safe, healthy, and receive the resources necessary to be successful and thrive.
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Health and Safety
Diversity Equity and Inclusion
Our highly regarded connections with international institutions, colleges, universities, and providers make living and studying abroad an even more appealing option.
Spain, Italy, France, Ireland, the UK, Germany, Israel, South Africa, Japan, Costa Rica, Chile, Argentina, and Mexico are just some of the major countries that you can add to your academic and life experience.
Information Technology will support the Manhattanville community by providing the best experience utilizing technologies and best practices to foster a creative, productive, and collaborative learning environment. The College supports these efforts to develop ethical and engaged citizens who can thrive in an interconnected world.
If you need help, please contact our Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-323-7200.
Office of the Dean of Students
Generally, students should contact their academic deans for academic issues:
Dean of Arts and Sciences, Rebecca Laflauer
(Undergraduate Academic Concerns)
Dean of School of Education, Shelley Wepner
If you have questions regarding Commencement please review the Commencement page.
We’ll help guide you along your path at Manhattanville.
The important thing is to get your college career off to a good start, and the Undergraduate Valiant Advising Team will be right there to help that happen.
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
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.
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.
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.
We are your OneStop for the business of being a student!
We assist students with many financial aid, registrar, and student billing transactions.