Council for Faculty Affairs is composed of standing of committees of the council, which are concerned with the following areas of great importance to the faculty: 1) educational policies; 2) faculty and development; 3) student life.
Through research, discussion and application, the Center for the Study of the Future of Education explores issues related to learning and teaching from preschool through college that have the potential to dramatically impact the future of education.
The Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center works to educate the public about the Holocaust and genocide, and to promote a better understanding among Christians, Jews and Muslims through interfaith dialogue related to the College’s educational mission.
Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the U.S., has partnered with the College to expand service opportunities, social awareness, and educational offerings. CRS formally recognized this work by selecting Manhattan College as a CRS Global Campus.