Once the add/drop period ends, students may no longer add courses into their schedules. They may, however, withdraw from a course but with academic and financial liabilities. Students wishing to withdraw from a course or courses after the add/drop period has ended must complete a withdrawal from course form. On this form, the student may indicate which courses he or she would like to withdraw from. According to specific time intervals (indicated in the appropriate semester's course bulletin), a student will receive a W grade. A grade of W is shown on the student's transcript but does not affect her cumulative grade point average.
In order to withdraw from Manhattan College, a student must complete a withdrawal from college form. This form is to be used only when withdrawing completely from the school. The student must fill out the form with their class schedule. The date the form is submitted determines whether or not the College will recalculate the student's tuition, fees and financial aid.
Student status refers to the course load (in terms of credits) a student is taking during a given semester:
Students should pay close attention to their student status, especially if they are receiving any type of financial aid. Loans, grants, TAP and scholarships from Manhattan College have specific guidelines regarding student status. Falling below a certain status may put a student in jeopardy of losing aid.
All address changes must be submitted in writing by the student, either by means of a letter, fax or by filling out a change of address form.
Students may request either in person, by mail or by telephone that proof of enrollment be sent to them. Proof of enrollment is a written statement from the College stating the student's name, enrollment status and school. Students requesting proof of enrollment for a term that has not yet started can receive proof of pre-registration only.
If insurance companies or lenders have specific forms that need to be filled out students may bring them to the Registrar's office. Students must fill out all personal information before submitting. If the form is asking for the institutional seal, it must be mailed directly from Manhattan College to lenders or providers. If not, the student may, if they wish, take the completed form and submit it to their provider or lender by their own means.
They should contact The National Student Clearinghouse at:
When submitting a name change, include an original copy of marriage license, divorce decree or other legal document supporting the name change.
See the page on transcripts for information about how to order transcripts.
Grades are available online via Self-Service. Grades are not mailed.
Provide the following information in a signed letter:
Please mail your letter with a check or money order of $40 or include your credit/debit card number and expiration date to:
4513 Manhattan College Pkwy.
Riverdale, NY 10471