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Assistant Dean

Name

EXAMPLE

Maureen.Kindilien@mville.edu - (914) 323-3132

Brownson Hall - Room 105

FAQs and Important Information

 

STUDENT PLANNING

Student Planning is an online resource that allows you and your advisors to review, plan, and track your academic progress at Manhattanville College. Student Planning will allow you to search and register for courses. Click HERE for detailed information on how to use the new Student Planning.

 

STUDENTS' CAMPUS RESOURCES

Please consult the College Catalogs for detailed information regarding these requirements.

ACADEMIC PROBATION AND DISMISSAL CRITERIA

The following document outlines the criteria for satisfactory academic standing for the College's Undergraduates and Probation/Dismissal criteria.  

Criteria for Academic Probation and Dismissal

MANHATTANVILLE TRANSFER COURSE EQUIVALENCIES

Prospective transfer students are eligible to receive a maximum of 90 transfer credits. Coursework eligible for transfer must come from regionally accredited institutions, and be comparable to the liberal arts curriculum offered at Manhattanville. Transfer credit is awarded only for courses in which students earn grades of C- or higher.

For more detailed information on Manhattanville's transfer credit policy and procedures, please consult the  Transfer Credit page through the Office of the Registrar.

Prepared by G. Wickert: June 2015

STUDENT PLANNING
Student Planning is an online resource that allows you as advisors to review,and track your advisees academic progress at Manhattanville College. Student Planning will allow students to search and register for courses. Click HERE for detailed information on how to use the new Student Planning.

Advisor Student Planning Video

Student Planning FAQs – for Advisors (Print PDF)

Academic Advising Workshop for Faculty Advisors  (PowerPoint)

Faculty Advisor Information Booklet (Booklet)

 

ACADEMIC PROBATION AND DISMISSAL CRITERIA

The following document outlines the criteria for satisfactory academic standing for the College's Undergraduate Probation and Dismissal criteria. 

Criteria for Academic Probation_and Dismissal

 

MANHATTANVILLE TRANSFER COURSE EQUIVALENCIES

Prospective transfer students are eligible to receive a maximum of 90 transfer credits. Coursework eligible for transfer must come from regionally accredited institutions, and be comparable to the liberal arts curriculum offered at Manhattanville. Transfer credit is awarded only for courses in which students earn grades of C- or higher. The Registrar webpage will provide you with more detailed information on transfer credit evaluation.

TRANSFER EVALUATION SYSTEM (TES) WEBPAGE

On this page prospective transfer students can check courses from other colleges and universities to see how it will transfer to Manhattanville College. This list is frequently updated.  If you find that a preferred course is not listed, it does not mean that the course is not transferrable.  The student will need to provide the department chair with the course description and/or syllabus to confirm major course equivalent. 

Faculty Resources

 

ACADEMIC ADVISOR RESOURCES

American Counseling Association-ACA

Financial Aid, College Scholarships and Student Loans 

FOCUS2 Career Assessment

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network-GLSEN

National Academic Advising Association-NACADA

National Resource Center- First-Year Experience and Students in Transition

New York State School Counselor Association -NYSSCA

The Chronicle of Higher Education

The College Board

The Tool Box

Transfer Evaluation System-TES

US Department of Education FERPA

Westchester Putnam Rockland Counseling Association - WPRCA

 

Student Planning is an online resource that allows you and your advisors to review, plan, and track your academic progress.  Student Planning will allow you to search and register for courses.
 

Manhattanville's Grading and Grading Policies uses standard letter grades. Each letter grade is assigned a numeric grade point value to allow computation of a student's Grade Point Average (GPA).   For example, if you complete 5 courses, each conferring 3 credits, grades A, B+, F, C, and D, you can compute your scholastic index as follows:   

Divide the total grade point value by total credits.  Do not include "W" and "P" grades (from pass/fail grading option) in the attempted credits.   

Manhattanville maintains the following letter grading system:

Grade Grade Point Equivalent Percentage Equivalent
A 4.0 93-100
A- 3.66 90-92.9
B+ 3.33 87-89.9
B 3.0 83-86.9
B- 2.66 80-82.9
C+ 2.33 77-79.9
C 2.0 73-76.9
C- 1.66 70-72.9
D 1.0 60-69.9
F 0.0 0-59.9
 

 

P = No Grade Point Value

For satisfactory work in a course taken on a Pass/Fail basis.

 

 

NP = No Grade Point Value

Doctoral Program only. For work that demonstrates limited mastery of the material or method of inquiry.

 

 

W =  No grade point value

For a course from which the student has withdrawn, with the approval of the instructor and advisor, or Provost or relevant Dean, before the withdrawal deadline.

 

 

WA =  No Grade Point Value

Academic or administratively initiated withdrawal

 

 

WF =  0.0

Academic or administratively initiated withdrawal while failing or for sanction. This grade is a terminal grade and changes are not accepted.

The Dean’s List honors full-time students who achieve at least a 3.6 average during a particular semester. To be eligible, students must complete at least fifteen semester hours, with a minimum of twelve hours taken for letter grades. This achievement is noted on students’ transcripts for each semester in which they fulfill these requirements.

Simply log on to WebAdvisor.

  • Go to WebAdvisor Student Menu
  • Under Academic Profile, click on “Submit Faculty Evaluations”
  • Select the current term in progress from the TERM dropdown
  • Choose a course to evaluate from your course list
  • Complete Faculty Course Evaluations
  • When you are finished, click “Submit.”
  • Return to your course list and complete evaluations for the rest of your courses.

 

The Registrar provides a listing of class cancellations on a daily basis.

 

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