Residential Add-On

This option is only available for current participants in Manhattan Pre-College programs.

Experience Campus Living

Our on-campus housing offers a real taste of college life. You'll stay in our college dormitories, designed to provide a home away from home while studying.

Engage in Extracurricular Activities

Our programs go beyond academics. We offer a wide range of extracurricular activities, from games to NYC visits to iconic locations, and social events. There's always something exciting happening on campus.

Enjoy Campus Dining

Experience the variety and convenience of meals on campus. Our dining halls offer a wide range of options to cater to all dietary needs and preferences. Enjoy the camaraderie of shared meals as part of your pre-college experience.

  • Room & Board and Activities

    Weekly cost $1,500

    *To confirm availability, the balance must be paid in full by May 15, 2024

    Participants must have health/accident insurance while living on campus and must be 16 years or older.


    • One-week accommodation at campus dorm
    • Three meals per day at the campus cafeteria
    • All transportation: pick-up & drop-off airport-college-airport and local transportation (unlimited MetroCard)
    • After-class activities at NYC's iconic locations (see details below)

    Register for Room & Board

On-Campus Dorm Housing

Stay in one of our on-campus locations.


Based on availability.

Our Jasper Hall houses approximately 120 students on five floors.

This residential room offers a communal kitchen and two large social and gaming rooms with various activity, study, and entertainment spaces.



  • Individual air conditioning units in each room
  • Two lounges with flat-screen TVs
  • A kitchen/dining area
  • A laundry room
  • Study rooms for quiet work or small-group projects
  • A recreation room with pool tables, ping-pong, and other games
  • Vending machines for snacks and beverages
  • Wireless internet throughout the building

On-Campus Cafeteria 

Enjoy three meals a day at our on-campus cafeteria.

Our main dining hall, Locke’s, offers an all-you-care-to-eat, buffet-style dining hall experience featuring several different stations with a variety of daily hot and cold options.

A two-week cycle menu is offered during the summer months, with rotating selections on stations that will include hot entrees, brick oven pizza, a salad and sandwich bar, a dessert bar, and a beverage bar.

On Campus Safety and Security

Manhattan College’s Public Safety Office ensures the campus is a safe and secure environment for the entire community.

Assistance and emergency response 24/7 for all students, faculty, staff, visitors, and guests. Our security presence includes closed-circuit cameras and an emergency blue light communication system.

To learn more visit Manhattan College’s Public Safety Office's website.

Activities Included

  • Visit the American Museum of Natural History

    Visit the American Museum of Natural History
    Established in New York City in 1869, it is one of the world's preeminent scientific and cultural institutions. It covers everything from dinosaur fossils to faraway galaxies, discussing the world's past and present. 
  • Experience a Broadway Musical Show

    Experience a Broadway Musical Show

    Attend a Broadway musical theatrical production that takes place in the theater district of New York City. It combines music, singing, dancing, and spoken dialogue to tell a story. These shows are known for their high production values, including elaborate sets and costumes, and they often feature performances by some of the most talented actors in the world.

  • Visit the Empire State Building

    Image of Empire State Building

    The Empire State Building, a symbol of New York City, is an architectural marvel that once held the title of the world’s tallest building. Its limestone and granite facade glows in the city light, while the observatories on the 86th and 102nd floors offer unmatched cityscape views.

  • Visit the Intrepid Museum

    Visit the Intrepid Museum

    The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, located at Pier 86 at 46th Street in New York City, is an American military and maritime history museum. It features exhibits, aircraft, and spacecraft aboard the museum ship USS Intrepid, a World War II–era aircraft carrier, and the cruise missile submarine USS Growler.

  • Visit the Statue of Liberty

    Visit the Statue of Liberty

    The Statue of Liberty symbolizes American history, representing the nation’s liberty, inclusivity, and freedom. Designed by French sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi, it was a gift from France to the United States to commemorate the alliance forged during the American Revolution. 

  • Visit the 9/11 Memorial

    Visit the 9/11 Memorial
    The 9/11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance at the World Trade Center site. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools are nearly an acre in size each and feature the largest man-made waterfalls in North America.