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

  • Spring 2019 Community-Engaged Learning Courses
    Community-Engaged Learning Courses Spring 2020

    Education 406 Human Relations in the Educational Process (Kerri Mulqueen)

    Education 355, Assessment of Learning and Behavior, Grades 1-6 (Gloria Wolpert)

    English 262, Gender and Literature (Maeve Adams)

    English 292 Shakespeare, Prison and God (Brian Chalk)

    Kinesiology 110 Personal Wellness (Shawn Ladda)

    Kinesiology 304 Kinesiology and Public Health (Jeff Cherubini)

    Kinesiology 305 Quality Physical Ed for Secondary School Students (Shawn Ladda)

    Labor 201 Labor Studies Colloquium (Kevin Ahern)

    Marketing 303-01 and 303-02 Marketing Research (MJ Kim)

    POSC 322 Public Administration: “Building Cities from the Ground Up” (Robert Walsh)

    RELS 205 Urban America and Catholic Social Teaching (Lois Harr)

    RELS 399 Criminal Justice Ethics (Andrew Skotnicki)


    Arches CEL Courses:

    English 110-13 First Year Composition (Melinda Wilson)

    English 110-14 First Year Composition (Emmett Ryan)

    Art 218-01 Introduction to World Art (Amy Handfield)

    Music 216-01 Introduction to World Music (Gregory Menillo)

    Psychology 203-01 Introduction to Psychology (Martha Mendez-Baldwin)

    Religious Studies 110-14 Nature and Experience of Religion (William McGrath)

    Religious Studies 216-01 Saints and Catholic Imagination (Fr. Thomas Franks)

    Science 201-61 Introduction to Astronomy (Farrooh Fattoyev)

    Sociology 201-02 Introduction to Sociology (Ellen Flood)

    Sociology 201-04 Introduction to Sociology (Ellen Flood)