We offer personal, one-on-one contact and support through two types of advising.
Your academic advisors will help you with class schedules, major and minor selection, and help to ensure you graduate on time. Your career advisor can assist with internship placements and guidance on getting a job after graduation.
As a student in the School of Liberal Arts, you will have access to an academic advisor who will help you get the most out of the many opportunities available for you at Manhattan, and help you feel in control of your education and your future.
Your academic advisor will be able to:
Assist with major selection and course scheduling
Offer helpful advice on double majors, minors and any other program of study
Provide expert advice, tailored specifically to your goals
When it comes to choosing a career path, students in the School of Liberal Arts have a wide variety of resources available to them for every step of the way. You will have access to comprehensive, person-centered career counseling, programs, and events that will help you consider all career pathways, including graduate school and employment opportunities.
The Center for Career Development
The Center for Career Development (CCD) offers counseling, programs and services designed to help students realize their professional goals, including:
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Center for Graduate School & Fellowship Advisement
The Center for Graduate School & Fellowship Advisement (CGSFA) will help you prepare for graduate and professional school by helping you choose the right set of undergraduate experiences, from elective courses to funded research projects. We will even help you research schools, find fellowships and guide you through the application process. Please contact Dr. Adriane Bilous at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Each of Manhattan College's undergraduate schools has a dedicated career advisor who can provide guidance regarding choosing a major, career paths and job opportunities.