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Connect with a Transfer Counselor

Meet with a Transfer counselor to answer your questions regarding the application process, credit evaluation process, cost of attendance and anything else you would like to know.  Schedule an in-person or virtual appointment.

  • Robert Rahni
    Robert Rahni
    Director of Transfer and Veteran Admissions

    P: 718-862-7299

    Counselor Territory: Nationwide with a primary focus on the Northeast region

    More about me: Born and raised in New York, I hold dual bachelor's degrees in business management and psychology, as well as a master's in counseling. I've spent the bulk of my career assisting students with military backgrounds transition to higher education. Manhattan is the third institution of higher education I've worked for. I have also taught upper-level psychology courses as an adjunct. I'm an avid lifelong New York Knicks fan and basketball enthusiast! Most weekends you can find me at the local gym running up and down and getting shots up! I enjoy traveling and experiencing different cultures and traditions, and have visited at least 25 countries and counting to date.

    Favorite thing about Manhattan College: The Jasper family is a powerful one. Manhattan College provides a tightly knit, supportive environment that allows its students to grow both academically and personally. Playing a my part as a member of this village is extremely gratifying.

    Favorite thing about New York City: I'm a foodie, so having a diverse array of cuisines all within one city is just fantastic! One of the great things about New York City is being able to walk to so many amazing restaurants. I love stepping inside and being greeted with a warm, inviting ambiance and intoxicating aromas while speaking to people from all walks of life. It's part of what makes NYC a special place to call home.

    Advice for future students: Try to be involved in as many things as you have the bandwidth for. College is a time of self-discovery and reflection. I'm a firm believer that you get to know what you like based on what you don't like. The only way you're able to gain the insight of the latter is by either experiencing things firsthand or reading about it or talking withothers. Informational interviews are key here! Don't be afraid to engage your professors and visit them during office hours to glean pointers from their experiences.



  • Elena Kreatsoulas
    elean kreatsoulas
    Transfer Admissions Counselor 

    P: 718-862-7197

    Counselor TerritoryNew York metropolitan area

    More about me: I was born and raised just outside of New York City in Westchester County, NY. I received my bachelor’s degree in psychology from Manhattan College. My family has deep roots in the Bronx area around Manhattan College, so returning to help students and their families is a privilege. Outside of Manhattan College and as a lifelong nerd, I spend my weekends watching reruns of Star Trek, playing Dungeons and Dragons with friends, and debating which is the best superhero team. My favorite aspect of the College is the people. The students, the faculty, and staff are the shining stars of Manhattan College. Each member of the Jasper community is always supportive and uplifting to their fellow Jaspers. 

    Favorite thing about New York City: Easily, my favorite thing about New York City is its ongoing evolution. Each time you step on to the street, the city has something new to offer. Between new Broadway shows, art gallery openings, and off the beaten track restaurants, every experience of the city is new and unique. 

    Advice for future students: Try a little of everything! Manhattan College is the best place to explore anything and everything that piques your interest. So take that random philosophy class or join an intramural sport that you’ve never heard of before. You never know where the adventure is going to take you but your fellow Jaspers have your back!