Press Releases

Manhattanville Graduates at 2023 Commencement
September 19
PURCHASE, NY, September 19, 2023 – Manhattanville College has once again been ranked by “U. S.
Manhattanville first-year students at Convocation with President Sánchez fall 2023
September 5
Manhattanville College Reports Record Enrollment Increase for Fall 2023 Semester A substantial increase in first-year male students (26%), first-year international students (36%), commuter students (28%), and First Generation (35%) students, exemplifies the college is a growing top choice for new students .
Manhattanville's Reid Castle and quad
August 25
PURCHASE, NY, August 15 – Manhattanville College is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduates according to The Princeton Review’s new edition of its annual college guide, The Best 389 Colleges: 2024 Edition, published this week. Manhattanville has appeared on this prestigious list for more than 15 years.
Dr. Frank Sánchez at Reid Castle
June 27
The college’s first Latino president brings a strong track record of innovation, student-ready programs, and collegiate transformation PURCHASE, NY, June 27, 2023 – The Manhattanville College Board of Trustees has appointed Frank D. Sánchez, Ph.
Manhattanville Campus
June 14
PURCHASE, NY, June 2023 – Following a competitive 6-month proposal process, Manhattanville College has chosen Sodexo as the college’s new dining services partner, replacing Chartwell’s, beginning on July 15, 2023. A trusted leader in the industry, Sodexo was selected based on its demonstrated ability to deliver high quality dining and catering services that will help the college serve its diverse population and build community.
Award Winner Hope B. Weinberg with Family
June 13
​​Manhattanville College Presents Ethel Kennedy Human Rights Award to Ardsley Educator​ ​​Recipient is education doctoral graduate Hope B. Weinberg, whose work focuses on LGBTQ+ inclusion​ ​​ ​ PURCHASE, NY, June, 2023 – Manhattanville College presented its annual Ethel Kennedy Award for Human Rights Leadership to doctoral recipient Hope B.
Manhattanville nursing student training in lab
May 31
Manhattanville College’s Family Nurse Practitioner Program Receives National Accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Previously approved by New York State, the program now has the distinction of national accreditation recognizing the highest quality and integrity PURCHASE, NY, May 2023 – The Manhattanville College School of Nursing and Health Sciences today announced that its Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program has received accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The accreditation followed a rigorous review process by CCNE, a national accreditation agency recognized by the U.
Photo courtesy of the New Victory Theater, credit: Mitchell Zacks.
May 18
Christine Dehne, Provost and Executive Vice President of Manhattanville College, contributed to two Spellbound Theatre productions, recently produced and performed at the New Victory Theatre in Midtown Manhattan. .
New students marching during convocation
April 25
PURCHASE, NY, April 24 – With a record-breaking number of applications, Manhattanville College has admitted its largest and most diverse group of future Valiants in history, with 3,250 first-year students for the Class of 2027 receiving acceptance letters for this fall. .
A workshop during Summer Writers Week 2022.
April 20
Writers and aspiring writers from around the New York tri-state area will meet Keynote Reader, author V. V.
Manhattanville campus in spring
April 10
Believed to be the first such certificate in New York State, and one of only a handful in the nation; giving teachers strategies to teach children with the most common language-based learning disability, dyslexia.
Students in Musical Theatre Performance Seminar participate in improv activities in the Pius X Theatre in the Performing Arts Building at Manhattanville College.
March 22
Fresh Ink hosted on April 5 in Founder’s Hall.
Reid Castle at Manhattanville College
March 8
Numbers mirror trends in higher education as more seek careers in science, business, and education.
Zamir Gorden portrays Shakespeare in
February 24
Spring musical “Something Rotten” running February 23 through 26.
Fans cheer at an athletics game.
February 21
All four of the Manhattanville College winter sport teams have secured home playoff games. The women's and men's basketball and hockey teams will be competing throughout the week for their championship titles.
November 16
Work by Randy Williams is featured in the exhibit, “Just Above Midtown: Changing Spaces,” at MoMA through Feb. 18 highlighting artists of color.