New Student and Family Orientation

Start Your First Year Off Right with New Student & Family Orientation 

Our orientation program has events, activities, and academic information sessions to acclimate you to the Manhattanville campus. You will have the opportunity to meet faculty, staff, and students, learn how to get involved on campus, and learn the tips to success.

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

 

Summer 2020 First-Year Orientation Dates (Registration link coming soon)

Tuesday, June 30th

Wednesday, July 8th

Tuesday, July 14th

Thursday, July 16th

Thursday, August 27th (For those living 5+ hours from campus)

 

Summer 2020 Transfer Orientation Date (Registration link coming soon)

Friday, August 27th

New Student Checklist

You did it! We would like to walk you through the steps to ensure you are prepared for the first year at Manhattanville. We invite you to explore this page to complete the necessary action items and learn about life at The 'Ville!

Click on each section for more details

1. Setup your Manhattanville Login and Email Address

2. Request Accommodations

3. Register for Orientation

4. Complete the Course Preference Form

5. Submit your Housing Application and Deposit/Commuter Life Questionnaire >
You should also be in contact with your admissions counselor, apply for Financial Aid and visit the general orientation page. NEXT STEPS

1. Sign up for RAVE Campus Alerts

2. Complete the Writing Assessment

3. Accept Financial Responsibilty

4. Setup a Payment Plan

5. Submit FERPA Waivers (OPTIONAL)

1. Complete Placement Exams

2. Submit VISA Process (International Students Only)

3. Participate in Roommate Selection (Residential Students Only)

4. Submit Health and Immunization Forms

1. Confirm we received your High School Transcript

2. Submit Transcripts for Transfer Credit

1. Confirm Class Schedule

2. File the Health Insurance Waiver (If applicable)

3. Apply for a Parking Permit

4. Complete ARMS (Division 3 Athletes Only)

1. Complete the CSI/Noel Levitz Survey

2. Participate in Alchol EDU and SAPU

3. Browse Campus Job Opportunities

4. Attend Welcome Weekend

International Students

 

International students needing visas to attend the college must attend the August orientation and the three-day pre-orientation known as Ready, Set, Go! The college has designed a special three-day pre-orientation for undergraduate internationals every August. Information about this program will accompany your immigration documents. You can arrive early, get over jet-lag and settle in all before the other new students arrive.
 

Accepted International Students