Manhattanville College is taking precautionary measures and suspending all on-campus events until further notice.

We would love to have you on campus, but until then we are hosting virtual information sessions for anyone who would like to learn more about Manhattanville!

Virtual Information Sessions


Contact your counselor to schedule a one-on-one virtual chat!

Connect with your counselor

We can't wait to meet with you virtually!

Tour Guides

 

Our enthusiastic student tour guide staff will provide a comprehensive informational tour of our newly renovated campus for our prospective students, their families, and for all campus visitors. In addition, they will share with you their own great personal college experiences. Join them for a guided walking tour and discover for yourself why they are proud to call Manhattanville College home!

Meet the tour guides

Outreach Ambassadors

 

Our student Outreach Ambassadors are tasked with phone outreach to prospective students and their families. They will keep our prospective students updated about visitation options such as open house and academically themed Saturdays. Additionally, the students can share with you their academic and student life experiences as part of the Manhattanville College community.

Meet the Outreach Ambassadors

Come Visit Manhattanville College!

Our 100-acre campus is beautiful and picturesque, with a Normanesque 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.

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.