Spring Orientation 2020

Join us for Spring Orientation on Wednesday, January 23rd from 12pm - 4pm. Our custom orientation program is aimed at ensuring success for new students as they begin their journey at Manhattanville College. 

We look forward to seeing you and welcoming you into the Manhattanville family!

Complete the Orientation RSVP/Course Preference Form Here!

 

Move-in for new Spring Residential students is on Monday, January 21st from 9am - 2pm.

New First Year Student (0-29 credits)

Prior to the start of orientation, all new students are required to complete the following items:

Register for Classes (Located in Brownson)

Placement Exams (Biology, Chemistry, Math) (Need to Self-Enroll)

Health History and Proof of Immunization Forms

Sign up for RAVE (Emergency Notification System)

Student Health Insurance Waiver (If applicable)

Housing Application or Commuter Life Questionnaire

Set up Manhattanville Email Account

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU)

Alcohol Edu

Transfer Student (30+ credits)

Prior to the start of orientation, all new students are required to complete the following items:

Register for Classes (Located in Reid Castle)

Placement Exams (Biology, Chemistry, Math) (Need to Self-Enroll)

Health History and Proof of Immunization Forms

Sign up for RAVE (Emergency Notification System)

Student Health Insurance Waiver (If applicable)

Housing Application or Commuter Life Questionnaire

Set up Manhattanville Email Account

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU)

Alcohol Edu

Top 10 Reasons to attend Spring Orientation

  1. Meet with the Academic Advising team to create or finalize your class schedule.
  2. Connect with your fellow Valiants!
  3. Learn about Mville history. Did you know the movie Admissions with Paul Rudd was filmed at Manhattanville College?
  4. Have all of your financial aid questions answered with the Office of Financial Aid.
  5. Whether you are a Resident or Commuter, learn about the various options and services provided for you!
  6. Learn about the academic curriculum and academic expectations from our Faculty.
  7. Discover opportunities for involvement such as clubs and organizations, internships, student employment and much more!
  8. Interested in studying abroad? Father Wil will share the many travels our students have taken, including London, Italy and Belgium.
  9. See how you can get involved? Did you know there is an app that has all the different campus events and clubs/orgs?
  10. Not all colleges are the same! Learn about the Manhattanville College experience