At Manhattan College, student achievement is grounded in the mission of the College.
Student achievement at Manhattan College is part of the mission to provide a contemporary, person-centered educational experience that prepares graduates for lives of personal development, professional success, civic engagement, and service to their fellow human beings. The College pursues this mission through programs that integrate a broad liberal education with concentration in specific disciplines in the arts and sciences or with professional preparation in business, education and engineering.
We offer a variety of opportunities for students to gain international experiences and develop global awareness and an understanding of the world.
The Office of Study Abroad offers a variety of opportunities, including study away in other U.S. locations. Many of our core programs are faculty-led and draw a diverse group of students.
Highlight programs include a Lasallian consortium project in Rome, which started in Spring 2018.
Over 200 students study abroad or study away each year in faculty-led and other programs.
The Lasallian Outreach Volunteer Experiences (LOVE) are service trips that offer students the chance to live and work in solidarity with the poor, experience an unfamiliar culture, learn about issues of social justice and engage in hands-on service.
Manhattan College has one living learning community and various residential communities for students.
The Arches is a learning and living experience that provides an enriching introduction to college life for Manhattan College freshmen. Arches students live in a community in Lee Hall and take one class together each semester of their freshman year that incorporates cultural excursions and service projects in New York City. Many former Arches students say the friendships they made through the program last well beyond graduation.
There have been anywhere from 150-175 new students participating in Arches for the last three years.
Common Interest Communities
Common Interest Communities (CIC) are themed residences for students who share similar interests and lifestyles, regardless of what their major might be. CICs are housed within the residence halls on campus, and advised by a professor who helps facilitate programming. to enhance your education through activities on and off campus.
The Health and Wellness Common Interest Community is for students dedicated to their holistic wellness. Residents explore all areas of the wellness wheel to attain a balance of mind, body, and spiritual wellness, in their social, academic, and professional roles on campus and beyond.
The Indivisa Manent Common Interest Community is a Lasallian service community dedicated to the College’s founding principles, particularly an emphasis on ethical conduct and a commitment to social justice. Residents discuss contemporary social issues, participate in service activities, and are encouraged to engage with campus-wide programs like L.O.Co., JustPeace, Catholic Relief Services and Green Club.
The Jasper Arts Common Interest Community is a residential community for students with interest in arts and culture, including those participating student groups such as Players, Film Society, Sanctus Artem and Scatterbomb. Residents gather to explore their interest through film viewing, open mic nights, and a whisper room for practicing music and singing.
The Jasper Green Common Interest Community is an environmental and sustainability focused residential community for students who want to further their understanding of the Earth and how we can live better. Residents learn and teach others about recycling, living better, and reducing your impact on the Earth.
The Nuestra Casa Common Interest Community is a residential community for students with an interest in Hispanic and Latino culture in the world and in New York City. Residents visit local cultural sites like Museo del Barrio, and explore culture through food, arts, and language.
The president's report outlines Manhattan College's accolades, accomplishments and activities, highlighting student achievement in many areas on campus.
Student Electronic Portfolios (Taskstream)
The College is implementing student electronic portfolios through Taskstream Learning Achievement Tools (LAT). This allows us to integrate our students' work into the overall assessment system (AMS-Assessment Management System). Currently e-portfolios are being used in the School of Education and Health, as well as in the School of Science freshman seminar program and the School of Business MBA programs.
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