Congratulations on your acceptance to Manhattan College! We look forward to welcoming our new students to campus.
Students intending to enroll in the spring 2015 semester are able to file a FAFSA form at this time. Packages will be mailed home within 2 weeks of filing.
Students intending to enroll in the fall 2015 semester will be able to file a FAFSA after January 1, 2015 and packages will begin to be mailed home on March 1, 2015.
After accepted students receive their financial aid packages Financial Aid Administration will provide further instructions about how to accept the aid package before the beginning of their start term.
NEXT STEPS TO TAKE
To secure your place in the class, you will need to:
1) Submit your FAFSA form
Students must file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to be considered for need-based financial aid from Manhattan College. In order for Manhattan College to receive your information, you must provide our school code: 002758.
In order for the Financial Aid Committee to process a student's application for need-based financial aid, they must have a Social Security Number on file. Please make sure that this information is provided on the application.
2) Register for Accepted Students Day
All accepted students and their families are invited to attend Accepted Students Day on campus where you can meet with faculty, staff and students to learn more about what it’s like to be a Jasper.
3) Submit your enrollment deposit
To officially enroll, you must submit your deposit AND enrollment form. You can pay the deposit online or by mailing a check. If you mail in a check, you will still access the enrollment form online by clicking the button below.
Or, mail in a check with a print out of your enrollment form confirmation page to:
Office of Admissions & Financial Aid
4513 Manhattan College Parkway
Riverdale, NY 10471
Or, call us at:
PLEASE NOTE: All deposits are non-refundable.
4) Complete your housing questionnaire
If you need on-campus housing, submit your housing questionnaire form. You will need to pay your enrollment deposit before you are considered for housing. You can learn more about living on campus through the Residence Life webpages.
5) Save the date for an orientation session
- Orientation 1: June 1-2
- Orientation 2: June 3-4
- Orientation 3: June 8-9
- Orientation 4: August 25-26
Students are required to attend one orientation session. Parents are welcome! More information about orientation and registration coming soon.
The incoming freshman class is also invited to join our Class of 2019 Facebook Group where you can connect with future classmates, get all of your Manhattan College questions answered, and find out more about upcoming events.