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Campus Resources Hub

It’s the ultimate FYI: A convenient roundup of all the major programs and services available outside the classroom to get your first year off to a flying start. Here you’ll find information on support services, clubs, activities…everything you’ll need to make your Manhattan experience just what you want it to be. Take a look!

  • Academic Advising

    Academic Advisors are responsible for assisting with course registration and preparing students for meeting with their Faculty Advisor. Located in their respective Deans’ Offices, they also serve as great resources to refer students to various offices and support services on campus.
  • Athletics

    Home to 19 Division I teams, Jaspers love to support our athletics!  We compete in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. All games are free for students to attend with their student ID. 

    Apply here to join the Spirit Squad - Cheerleaders, Jasper Dancers, and the Pep Band, that perform at home and away events.

  • Bookstore

    The Follett campus bookstore is the place to get your Jasper gear and all your school supply needs — from laptops and other technology to notebooks and folders. Use the website to search for required textbooks for your classes.
  • Campus Ministry and Social Action (CMSA)

    CMSA helps to instill the values of faith, social action, service and community among students of all religious and spiritual traditions. We accompany students to encounter, engage, reflect, and act in the world and to find meaning and purpose on their life and faith journeys.
  • Center for Academic Success (CAS)

    For times when you may need a little extra academic help, CAS offers peer tutoring, writing center support, student success mentors, and learning specialists, as well as workshops throughout the year, to help you stay on top of your coursework and assignments. Get ahead by enrolling in College 101- a self-paced online Moodle workshop that will help you understand college expectations in and out of the classroom.
  • Center for Development

    One of college's most important purposes is to help students transition out into the world and find meaningful, purpose-driven careers.  The Center for Career Development not only helps you secure jobs and internships, but supports your exploration of skills, interests, values and personality to make the best informed professional decisions.
  • Clubs and Organizations

    If you’ve got an interest, chances are we’ve got a club for it! Manhattan features a variety of clubs that run the gamut — from the Accounting Society to Jasper Dancers to Women in STEM — that provide great opportunities for you to share your interests with peers and gain valuable and fun experiences.  The Office of Student Engagement can help you make connections.
  • Commuter Services and Outreach

    A one-stop wealth of commuter resources, and a place where students can connect with each other. Get a locker, join the Commuter Student Association, sign up for the newsletter, register for the Commuter Student Brunch and more!
  • Counseling Services

    Staffed by licensed clinicians, the Counseling Center offers free and confidential services, such as individual and group therapy.  The Center supports students in developing healthy coping strategies for a range of life stressors. The Adjusting to College group and Mindfulness Group especially welcome new students.
  • Dean of Students

    The Office of the Dean of Students is here to lobby for best interests. We advocate for students, both individually and collectively, by ensuring that the programs and services we offer are timely, relevant and supportive of student success.
  • Dining Services

    Find out about resident and commuter meal plans, dining locations on and off campus, and how we can support you in your nutrition and wellness preferences, and for any special dietary needs.
  • Emergency Alert System

    All new students should register for emergency alerts through Public Safety. Family members can also be added to the alert system.
  • Financial Aid

    At Manhattan College, we are here to help make sure that college is affordable for you and your family. We assist students and families seeking resources to finance a post secondary education by administering comprehensive federal, state and institutional aid programs in a student centered environment.
  • Fitness Center

    Manhattan’s spacious, modern gym is open 7 days a week and free for all students. It features state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment, virtual reality bikes, exercise classes, expert personal training, wellness programming, locker rooms with showers and towel service.
  • Health Services

    Health Services is available to all commuter and resident full-time undergraduate students at no cost for in-office care provided by the College medical staff. They can answer your questions about immunization requirements for new students, student health insurance, local pharmacies and more.
  • ID Office

    New undergraduate students will take a photo during summer orientation and receive their Jasper ID card at the New Student Convocation, which is part of the fall semester Opening Weekend. The digital Jasper Card is stored on your smartphone, and is a companion to your Manhattan College ID card. The digital Jasper Card enables students to make purchases using only their smartphone at all campus dining halls and retail locations.
  • Information Technology Services

    Got tech problems? We’re here to help. Manhattan’s IT Services supports every student and employee on campus with a wide variety of services ranging from WiFi and Internet access, to classroom technology and computer lab support, to enterprise data management, to web services and more.
  • L.I.F.T.

    Take a break from your studies and the hustle and bustle of college life and give yourself a L.I.F.T! Our Lasallians in Faith Together, or the L.I.F.T. Program, offers a unique opportunity to meet new people, reflect, and take a break from hectic campus life. All retreats occur in a quiet, relaxing location—perfect for reflection and contemplation—all while meeting new friends who share your interests. Come join us for an unforgettable getaway! We welcome people of all faiths are welcome.
  • Office of Global Engagement

    Supports international students throughout their Manhattan College journey — from admission through graduation — and develops local and international programs, including Study Abroad, that allow all students, to gain a richer understanding of world cultures, traditions, and perspectives.
  • Office of International Students and Scholar Services

    To facilitate a smooth transition to the U.S. and to the Manhattan campus, this office provides international students and scholars with a warm welcome and helps overcome the various cultural, social and academic challenges that they may face.
  • Office of the Registrar

    The Registrar provides many services related to course registration and student records. Visit the website to access important information, such as the academic calendar, registration tutorials, information about advisors, registration schedules, exam schedules, access to transcripts, and more. 
  • O'Malley Library

    The College library is a great place to focus and get your work done in comfortable surroundings. Choose from a variety of comfortable study rooms, get help with library databases for research and writing papers, or reserve a group study room for tests or projects.  Computer labs and free printing are available. Excellent online resources make it extra convenient, including Ask a Librarian!
  • Performing Arts

    For our students who are also singers, instrumentalists and actors, Manhattan has a variety of performing arts groups where you can showcase your talents including the Manhattan College Singers (our premier choral group), Jazz Band, Music Ministry, Orchestra, Pep Band, Pipes and Drums, and Players (our theatrical group). Manhattan College also offers Performing Arts Scholarships to singers and instrumentalists, recognizing exceptional talent in the musical arts.
  • Public Safety

    Public Safety ensures that the entire Manhattan campus is a safe and secure environment for all. They provide general assistance and emergency response should the occasion arise. In addition to officers on patrol, their presence includes closed-circuit cameras and an emergency blue light communication system. They also maintain a campus Lost and Found service. New students who need a parking permit can register their vehicle online with Public Safety.
  • Recreation and Club Sports

    On study overload? Take a break and re-energize with some of the College’s many fun club sports that include intramural leagues and tournaments as well as gaming tournaments, ping pong, and swimming.
  • Residence Life

    As a residential student we want to make your time at Manhattan as engaging as possible. Each of our residence halls has an on-site Area Coordinator who is responsible for residential programming and oversees the Resident Assistants (undergraduate students that live on each floor and act as resources, programmers, and mentors). Each of our communities also provides a multitude of resources for you to find community and be successful while at Manhattan College.
  • Specialized Resource Center (SRC)

    The SRC provides support for students with documented disabilities, including physical or mental impairments. Use of SRC services is voluntary, confidential, and free. If you were previously approved for accommodations during your educational career, this office can assist you in a smooth transition to college.
  • Student Engagement

    There’s more to the college experience than the classroom, and that’s why the Office of Student Engagement is dedicated to providing opportunities for students to broaden their horizons and get involved in other activities. These include membership in clubs and organizations, and participation in on-campus events and excursions off campus. The vast majority of our events are planned by students for students, with the assistance of our staff.
  • Student Employment

    This office provides college students with the opportunity to obtain real life work experience through on-campus or off-campus employment, with the ability to perform work that may relate to a future career.
  • Student Government

    Being involved in Student Government gives you a chance to meet a variety of people, gain leadership training and grow as a student, leader and person. Elected and appointed positions are available, with varying levels of commitment and responsibility to suit your schedule.
  • The Quadrangle

    All students are welcome to join The Quadrangle student newspaper, which reports on issues and events of importance to the Manhattan College community. New students are eligible for The Quadrangle scholarship.
  • Veterans Success Programs

    Manhattan is a nationally-ranked military and Veteran- friendly college that works to facilitate the successful transition from military to civilian and academic life, as well as the successful transition from academic life to post-collegiate life and career. Stop by the Veterans Success Center and join MC’s chapter of the Student Veterans of America.
  • Volunteer and Service Learning

    Community-based learning (service learning) is a way of teaching that incorporates meaningful community engagement within an academic course. Our faculty and students work with a local non-profit partner to respond to a specific community need in a way that provides an intellectually engaging experience.