August 2018 News

  1. Rebecca Traister headshot photo

    Rebecca Traister Headlines Annual Student Engagement Lecture Series

    The New York Magazine writer and author will speak on campus on Friday, September 7.

  2. Students moving into residence halls

    Welcome, Class of 2022!

    Fun Fact: 75% of Manhattan College freshmen live on campus — making Move-in Day kind of a big deal!

  3. Student at career fair

    Manhattan College Named One of MONEY’s Top 10 Transformative Colleges

    The list calculates Manhattan College graduates’ average early career earnings at $60,700, an earnings premium of $13,300 over peer institutions.

  4. Marianne Reilly, Matt Centrowitz and Brennan O'Donnell at introduction event

    Matt Centrowitz Named Director of Cross Country and Track and Field

    The two-time Olympian and legendary track and field coach and athlete returns to Manhattan College.

  5. Students demonstrating how tremor stabilizing glove works

    Students Showcase Inventions to Assist Disabled

    Two teams of Manhattan College students worked with a New York State agency to improve workplace efficiency for disabled people.

  6. Bill Clyde at veterans services event in Smith

    Salvation Army Appoints Provost William Clyde to National Advisory Board

    Clyde’s research in development and poverty alleviation will benefit Salvation Army’s mission.

  7. Thomas Moran at 2017 Undergraduate Commencement

    Thomas J. Moran ’74 (1952-2018)

    The former chairman of Mutual of America, Moran was a giant in business, philanthropy and Irish-American relations.

  8. Grishma Shah with students in classroom

    Princeton Review Includes Manhattan as One of Its Best 384 Colleges

    Students praise Manhattan College’s faculty and campus life in the newest edition.

  9. Students and faculty member in lab

    Manhattan Receives $3.5 Million Grant for Leo Renovations

    The Higher Education Capital Matching Grant will be used toward the continued South Campus upgrades.

  10. An image of students standing in park holding shovels.

    Arches Students Become Part of New York City

    While living together in a community in Lee Hall, freshmen in the Arches program take one class together per semester that incorporates service projects and cultural excursions in New York City.