Come Visit Manhattanville College!

Ready to join a student-led campus tour of our newly-renovated beautiful campus? We’re excited to show you around! You can even customize a visit through our welcome center manager and get to know our dedicated faculty and staff while you’re on campus. High Schools and Non-Profit organizations may bring groups of up to 50 students for group tours. Schedule your visit today!

Our 100 acre campus is beautiful and picturesque, with a Norman-esque castle overlooking a quad designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the landscape architect who designed Central Park. Our close proximity to New York City supports numerous internship and networking opportunities, as well as access to one of the most important metropolitan areas in the world. Can't make it to campus? Get a feel for Manhattanville without leaving home by viewing our photo and video galleries.

Individual Tours

We’d love to see you on campus! Manhattanville campus tours and presentations are offered Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. There are select Saturday tours which start at 10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 1:00 p.m. Schedule your tour now.

We also have a convenient virtual tour if you can’t make it to campus. On our virtual tour, you can view a map of campus with pictures and descriptions of notable places, such as Reid Castle and Founder’s Hall.

Schedule an Individual Tour

Group Tours

School counselors, independent counselors and school groups are welcome to visit and learn more about Manhattanville College. Whether you are visiting for the first time or have not visited recently, we will be glad to provide an information session, a student led tour and answer any questions you may have in regards to Manhattanville College. Please fill out this form to register for either a weekday or a selected Saturday tour as listed.

Schedule a GroupTour

Academic Information Sessions

Our undergraduate academic community and select campus departments offer sessions that provide an overview of their academic programs. In addition to attending an admissions information session and campus walking tour, students may also select to attend an academic program from the following options:

  • Saturday, February 17th - Education, English, Creative Writing
  • Saturday, March 10th - Business, Accounting, Marketing, Finance, Economics, Communications and Digital Media Production, Comp Sci,  Math, Sport Studies
  • Saturday, March 24th - Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Pre-Med, Pre-Physical Therapy, Psychology, Political Science, Criminal Justice and Law, Legal Studies, Dance and Theatre, Music, Studio Art
  • Saturday, April 21st - Accepted Student Information
  • Saturday, April 28th - Undecided Students

Junior Open House

 

Now’s the time to sign up! Manhattanville College invites you to attend our 2018 Junior Open House for college-bound students and their families. Visit the campus and experience for yourself what it is like to be part of the Valiant community, full of familiar faces and where professors always know your name!

Learn More and RSVP

Tour Guides

 

Our student tour guides come from across the country and around the world. They enjoy acting as tour guides and sharing their knowledge of the College with prospective students and their families, as well as other campus visitors. Join them for a guided walking tour and discover for yourself why they're proud to call Manhattanville home!
 

Meet the tour guides

Welcome Center

 

Joseph Garzione is the College's Welcome Center Manager. As the front line representative of the college, Joe coordinates customized visitation options, information sessions, and events for visiting prospective students and their families.

Have questions about events, campus tours, or need help finding a location? Walk up, call, or email Joe - He's here to help!

Contact Joe

Our Campus

Our scenic campus is located in Purchase, about 30 miles from New York City, which gives students access to tons of internships and other opportunities. The campus was founded in 1841 and spans 100 acres. It was designed by famous architect Frederick Law Olmsted and features a beautiful quad, conveniently located class buildings, and many renovated facilities.