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First Year Experience

Your Roadmap to College Success

Congratulations! You’re about to embark on a new milestone in your life — that of a Manhattan College student. As you take your first steps into college life, you may have many questions on your mind  — from classes, to support networks to connections to faculty and staff to how best to navigate your way around.

Relax. We’re here to help. Manhattan’s First Year Experience (FYE) helps incoming students successfully transition to college life. We’ll direct you to the resources and information you need — both academically and socially — to make the most of your first year as a Jasper including:

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  • Orientation 2024

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    A guide for everything you need to get started on your Manhattan College journey from important dates to remember to tips on how best to prepare.

  • Academic Advising and Resources


    Learn about the people and resources available to you to help you stay on track in your studies and give you the support you need to succeed.

  • First Year Programs

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    Your freshman year is a unique one! Learn about our support services and programs specifically designed to make the most of your first year experience.

  • Campus Resources Hub

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    A convenient roundup of all the major programs and services available outside the classroom to get your first year off to a flying start.

  • Info for Parents

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    Your one-stop destination for information on how to support your children as they begin the transition to college students.