pause world-wide-web instagram volume-medium linkedin flickr basketball devices home pencil person-money rss slider-left-arrow slider-right-arrow slider-left-arrow slider-right-arrow star video-transcript close hamburger minus plus account arrow certificate city globe graduation-cap graph handshake info info-2 map play search snapchat twitter facebook file-text-o youtube tumblr camera file-text

Accessibility Navigation:

#Giving Tuesday

For the fifth consecutive year, Manhattan College joins the Giving Tuesday movement. On or before December 3, 2019, please consider donating to one or more of the areas listed below. Your gift matters, and no amount is too small.

This year, one of our goals is to increase recurring gifts, which:

  • eliminates writing checks
  • saves precious natural resources
  • ensures the College a monthly income that provides resources and helps fund programs 

As a thank you, every new recurring gift donor will receive a Manhattan College cell phone wallet and key wristlet.

Thank you for your generosity and loyalty to Manhattan! Go Jaspers.

GT_logo_0.png

  • Fund for Manhattan

    an image of two male students looking at computer screen together

    The Fund for Manhattan provides financial aid for our deserving young men and women, the fund also enriches student services and activities.

    Give to the Fund for Manhattan.

  • Higgins Engineering and Science Center

    an image of a rendering of the higgins engineering and science center

    The forthcoming Higgins Engineering and Science Center is a three-story facility that will modernize the facilities supporting the College’s engineering and science programs.

    Give to the Higgins Center.

  • Christian Brothers Scholarship

    an image of woman smiling in classroom

    The Christian Brothers Scholarship offers financial assistance to economically disadvantaged students for whom St. John Baptist de La Salle founded the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools.

    Give to the Christian Brothers Scholarship.

  • The Lasallian Outreach Volunteer Experience (L.O.V.E.)

    an image of four students in front of a wall that says LOVE

    This transformative service-immersion program allows students to spend a week during school breaks tackling social justice issues in communities in the U.S. and abroad. Upon their return, they are encouraged to bring what they experience back to campus to engage in local service and advocacy.

    Give to L.O.V.E.