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Corporate & Foundation Giving

Manhattan College partners with companies and foundations that share our Lasallian values of quality education, inclusive community, respect, concern for the poor and social justice, and faith in the presence of God. Our curriculum is built on a strong liberal arts foundation that prepares our students to become the next generation of leaders in engineering, business and education.

Our Lasallian Catholic heritage, extensive curricula, and New York City location enable us to build unique relationships that support our partners’ missions and philanthropic interests, while providing our students with valuable personal and professional experiences. Whether you are interested in engaging with our students or faculty, building your brand, educating your workforce or supporting your community, please contact Kristen Farrell, Director, Institutional Giving & Special Programs, at (718) 862-7431 or kfarrell02@manhattan.edu.

We offer our heartfelt thanks for the generosity of our donors in the 2019-2020 fiscal year.

Partnership Opportunities

  • Student Scholarships
    You can help make a Manhattan College education accessible to more students. Con Edison is the second-largest solar producer nationally, with projects in 19 states, as well as the seventh-largest solar producer worldwide. The company established the Con Edison Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate students who major in a STEM field. All of the scholarship recipients receive financial aid and participate in a professional workshop organized by Con Edison.

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Resources for Faculty and Administrators

Faculty members and administrators interested in applying for grants from corporations and private foundations must work with the Office of Institutional Giving & Special Programs. For more information, visit the Private Grant Resources for Faculty and Administrators page.

Contact Information

Kristen Farrell
Director, Institutional Giving & Special Programs
(718) 862-7431
kfarrell02@manhattan.edu