Student Information & Resources

Community-based learning at Manhattan College offers you an opportunity to incorporate what you are learning in the classroom in a meaningful way through work with a local community organization.

Students interested in exploring how to engage with organizations listed in the community partner database above should email Kathleen Von Euw, Assistant Director of Community Engagement & Partnerships, at kvoneuw01@manhattan.edu.

  • Spring 2019 Community-Engaged Learning Courses
    Community-Engaged Learning Courses Spring 2019
     

    Criminal Justice Ethics (RELS 399-01 and URBN 301-03)

    Taught by Andrew Skotnicki

    Course is taught to both Manhattan College students and students at Rikers Correctional Facility.

    2:00-6:20pm T

    Community-Engaged Learning and Urban Studies Program

    History Seminar: Slavery in the Bronx (HIST-100-1)

    Taught by Adam Issac Arenson

    Partnering with Hunts Point Slave Burial Ground Project

    MR 01:30 pm-02:45 pm

    Community-Engaged Learning and Digital Arts & Humanities Prgm and Urban Studies Program


    Kinesiology and Public Health (KIN304-01)

    Taught by Jeffrey Cherubini

    Partering with various community-based organizations and nonprofits.

    9:30 - 10:45 MR

    Community-Engaged Learning


    Personal Wellness (KIN-110-01)

    Taught by Shawn Ladda

    Partering with various community-based organizations and nonprofits.

    TWF 09:00 am-09:50 am

    Community-Engaged Learning

    Studies in Victorian Literature (ENGL-335-1)

    Taught by Maeve Adams

    MR 03:00 pm-04:15 pm

    Community-Engaged Learning and Digital Arts & Humanities


    Spl Tpc: Shakespeare, Prison, and God (RELS-300-1)

    Taught by Andrew Skotnicki

    Partering with Westchester County Jail.

    F 08:00 am-10:45 am

    Community-Engaged Learning and Urban Studies Program

    Topics in the Study of Lit: Shakespeare, Prison, and God (ENGL-292-1)

    Taught by Brain Chalk

    Partnering with Westchester County Jail

    F 08:00 am-10:45 am

    Community-Engaged Learning


    Topics in Math (MATH-492-1)

    Taught by Ira Gerhardt

    MWR 11:00 am-11:50 am

    Community-Engaged Learning


    Urban America and Catholic Social Teaching (RELS 205-01 & URBN 301-04)

    Taught by Lois Harr

    Partnering with various community partners in the Bronx

    W 2:00-4:00pm

    Community-Engaged Learning and Urban Studies Program


    Arches Community-Engaged Learning Courses:

    First Year Composition (ENGL110-3-LL)

    Taught by Emmett Ryan

    Partnering with Riverdale Neighborhood House

    MR 08:00 am-09:15 am

    Arches:Living & Learning Prgm & Community-Engaged Learning


    First Year Composition (ENGL-110-11 LL)

    Taught by Melinda Wilson

    TF 11:00 am-12:15 pm

    Arches:Living & Learning Prgm & Community-Engaged Learning


    Intro to Psych (PSYC-203-04 LL)

    Taught by Melinda Wilson

    Partnering with Riverdale Neighborhood House

    TF 11:00 am-12:15 pm

    Arches:Living & Learning Prgm & Community-Engaged Learning


    Nature & Experience of Religion (RELS110-06-LL)

    Taught by David Shefferman

    TWF 09:00 am-09:50 am

    Arches:Living & Learning Prgm & Community-Engaged Learning


    Nature & Experience of Religion (RELS110-17-LL)

    Taught by Mehnaz M Afridi

    MR 03:00 pm-04:15 pm

    Arches:Living & Learning Prgm & Community-Engaged Learning

    Intro to Sociology (SOC201-04-LL)

    Taught by Ellen Flood

    Partnering with Methodist Home for Nursing & Rehabilitation

    MR 03:00 pm-04:15 pm

    Arches:Living & Learning Prgm & Community-Engaged Learning