Clubs & Organizations

  1. Members promote Autism Speaks U in the Quadrangle.

    Autism Speaks U

    Autism Speaks U at Manhattan College aims to engage the campus and local community in awareness, advocacy and fundraising efforts to help individuals and families affected by autism.

  2. Official logo of best buddies.

    Best Buddies

    Best Buddies International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

  3. Little girl playing with game.

    Council for Exceptional Children

    The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is a nonprofit membership organization whose goal is the improvement of educational policy, outcomes and lifestyles for more than 5 million children with disabilities and 2.5 million gifted children.

  4. student working out in gym

    Health and Wellness Common Interest Community

    Residents of the Health and Wellness Common Interest Community work to cultivate and maintain a healthy lifestyle as it applies to self, spirituality and community.

  5. Student exercising on weight equipment in the Commons fitness center.

    JasperFit Personal Training

    The JasperFit personal training program connects students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni with fitness professionals who are experienced in developing personalized programs designed to achieve your health and fitness goals.

  6. College students play basketball with special needs children.

    Manhattan College Games

    Manhattan College Games is an annual day of activities for people with special needs.

  7. Project Rousseau image

    Project Rousseau

    Project Rousseau is an organization that facilitates one-on-one mentoring between college and high school students.

  8. Radiologic Science Society graphic

    Radiologic Science Society

    Manhattan College's Radiologic Science Society promotes the radiologic sciences and medical imaging professions through regular meetings, guest lectures and educational trips to various health facilities and imaging centers in New York City and...

  9. SPORT graphic

    Saturday Program of Recreation and Teaching (SPORT)

    The Saturday Program of Recreation and Teaching (SPORT) is a 25-year-old Saturday recreation program for individuals with disabilities held at Manhattan College.