Our family-like community will soon become your home away from home with services to help meet your physical and emotional needs. In the Lasallian tradition of educating the whole person, Manhattan College supports the development of your mind and body.
Our Fitness Center is one of the most popular destinations on campus — and with good reason. This state-of-the-art facility has touch screen cardio machines, locker rooms with free towel service, circuit and strength training stations, and virtual reality bikes. The robust schedule of group exercise classes and an affordable personal training program help you stay fit and focused.
Available Services & Amenities
18 circuit stations
31 cardio machines each with LCD touch-screens
Exercise classes include yoga, Zumba, circuit training, athletic conditioning and more
The transition to college, balancing a demanding academic workload and living away from home for the first time can be challenging. Our accredited Counseling Center is staffed by counselors who specialize in helping you cope with these issues, and address other concerns such as substance abuse and depression.
Our team of therapists are experts in counseling college-aged students and will provide services at no cost. Types of assistance offered at the Counseling Center include:
Our on-campus Health Services office is staffed by a nurse practitioner and a doctor who can diagnose and treat minor illnesses and injuries, or help you with a referral to a local hospital or physician to care for more serious illnesses and injuries. Health Services also manages the required health records each student must provide, and can assist with questions about health insurance options.
Health Services does not charge you any fees or bill insurance to see our nurses or doctor. However, to avoid potentially expensive health care bills for off-campus medical care, all students should maintain health insurance coverage while attending Manhattan College. Types of assistance offered on campus include:
Diagnosis and treatment of minor or acute illnesses
First aid for minor injuries
A rest area for students who become ill and need a place to rest
Blood pressure checkup
Vision screening (for driver’s license renewal)
Flu vaccine (nominal fee)
Allergy injections (registration required)
Diagnostic testing: lab screenings, cultures and blood work (nominal fee to a laboratory)