The College offers a number of on- and off-campus opportunities for students who wish to engage more directly with the Lasallian mission of the college.
The Lasallian Scholars Program
This scholarship opportunity is offered to incoming freshman students from Lasallian high schools once they have been granted admission to the College. The role of these students is to be a leader on campus, advancing awareness and understanding of the Lasallian mission among their peers.
This student activities group provides an opportunity for students to participate in activities such as the blood drive, toy drive, retreats and other volunteer experiences including food runs. Visit the student activities office (Thomas Hall 501) or email Lasallian.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Jasper Summer Research Scholars
The Jasper Summer Research Scholars is a fellowship that will offer a stipend to scholars to pursue on campus summer research between their sophomore and junior year or between junior and senior year. Scholars will be chosen for their proposed research or creative project, their academic and co-curricular achievements, and promise for future contributions to knowledge and research in their discipline. Learn more about the Jasper Summer Research Scholars
The diversity committee is comprised of administrators, staff, and faculty from different offices committed to ideals of multiculturalism. We sponsor innovative programs that: celebrate different cultures and traditions; foster an awareness of diverse perspectives and experiences; engage the Manhattan College community in dialogue. Learn more about the Diversity Committee
Academic Honor Societies
Manhattan College is one of only a few U.S. colleges to have chapters of all five of these distinguished national honor societies: Phi Beta, Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Xi, and Tau Beta Pi. Learn more about the Academic Honor Societies
The Arches Living-Learning Program
The Arches is a unique learning-living community designed to assist first-year students with their academic and social transition to Manhattan College. Arches students live together in a first-year residence hall and take two classes together. As part of their classroom experience, Arches students are required to participate in community service projects, cultural excursions and all co-curricular activities planned by Arches faculty and student life staff. Learn more about The Arches Living-Learning Program
Just Peace, Student Clubs & Government, Etc.
With more than 60 clubs and organizations offered, there’s something for everyone to join. We have extra-curricular clubs, which are a great opportunity to socialize with fellow students, and cocurricular clubs, which are academic in nature and connected to your major. Learn more about Just Peace, Student Clubs & Government, Etc.
Campus Ministry and Social Action
CMSA offers a variety of Lasallian-inspired ways to explore issues of social justice and to serve the local community and beyond. CMSA’s L.O.V.E. program (Lasallian Outreach Volunteer Experience) features service learning trips that aim to educate students in the Lasallian way by “touching their hearts.” Learn more about CMSA
The Lasallian Volunteer Program
This nationwide program offers graduating students from Lasallian colleges and universities an opportunity to volunteer in a Lasallian school or other institution for a year after college. During this time, volunteers live and work alongside Brothers. Learn more about the Lasallian Volunteer Program.