The Office of Career Pathways helps students and alumni identify interests, develop realistic goals, gain relevant and necessary experience, overcome challenges, and make informed decisions about their future.
Whether you’re traveling from down the block or across state lines, we recognize that commuters have different needs than resident students. Learn more about transportation, dining, special resources and how commuters can get involved on campus.
The Manhattan College Counseling Center services are provided at no charge to help students reach their educational goals and work through any personal issues that are causing anxiety or distress. Regular office hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., but evening appointments are also available by request.
The dining options at Manhattan College include an all-you-can-eat dining program in Locke’s Loft, the all-natural Café 1853 and coffee bar, as well as pre-packaged, on-the-go meals and a marketplace of cuisine options in the Kelly Commons — all provided by Gourmet Dining.
The 5,200-square-foot Fitness Center includes more than 50 pieces of cardio and strength training equipment plus a locker room with free towel service. Exercise classes, personal training and fitness assessment are also available.
The Health Services office provides students with urgent care for common minor illnesses and injuries. For serious or prolonged illnesses or injuries, students are referred to a local hospital or private physician.
International Student and Scholar Services helps students and scholars from all parts of the world to feel accommodated and at home in New York City. To facilitate a smooth transition, this office provides international students and scholars with a warm welcome to the Manhattan College community and attends to the cultural, social and academic challenges that they may face.
The Center is an inclusive space designed to centralize resources, support, and advocacy for students having experiences related to gender, sexuality, including sexual assault prevention and gender justice.
Orientation is an essential and exciting program that introduces incoming freshman and transfer students to all aspects of campus life. It is an opportunity to meet with administrators and current students in order to ease your transition to Manhattan College.