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 Stephen White, Assistant Vice President for College Advancement, at (718) 862-7548 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can help make a Manhattan College education accessible to more students. Con Edison 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.
There are several opportunities within our six schools to enrich and test the knowledge and skills of our students both in and out of the classroom. Our O’Malley School of Business engages companies like Microsoft and Salesforce in our Business Analytics Competition - a two day conference that attracts colleges and universities from around the world and gives students the opportunity to draw solutions for business problems by analyzing real industry data sets.
Bring your employees together at our annual gala, golf and sporting clays outings. Social activities outside of the office encourage personal engagement and provide networking opportunities for your staff, which can lead to new perspectives and creative solutions for your business. In addition, your participation will raise money for scholarships, academic programming and other student needs.