February 2020 News

  1. Volunteers at UNHP assisting with tax returns

    Manhattan College Students Help Bronxites Navigate Tax Season

    Nearly 40 Manhattan College students are volunteering to help neighbors file their taxes.

  2. O'Malley Library on campus

    Richard Blanco, Jia Tolentino Headline Major Author Reading Series

    In its 10th year on campus, the series brings writers to campus for readings and discussion.

  3. Manhattan College Logo

    Coronavirus Information | February 25, 2020

    On February 25, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an update on COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus.

  4. 1 train pulling out of 238th Street station going north

    Civil Engineers Use Predictive Models To Help Solve Subway Delays

    Students and faculty teamed up to investigate how human activity delays the subway. 

  5. Veterans talking and laughing in Veterans Success Center

    Manhattan College Named a Military Friendly School

    Manhattan College received a silver designation, highlighting its Veterans at Ease program.

  6. Steven Goss profile photo

    Steven Goss, Ed.D., Named Dean of School of Continuing and Professional Studies

    Goss comes to Manhattan College from Teachers College, Columbia University.

  7. Fulbright top producing institution mark

    Manhattan College is a Top Producer of Fulbright U.S. Students

    Three graduating seniors received Fulbright awards in the 2019-20 academic year.

  8. Anthony Fernicola receives De La Salle medal alongside Stephen Squeri, Brennan O'Donnell and Kenneth Rathgeber

    Salesforce President and Chief Customer Officer Anthony Fernicola ’78, ’82 (MBA) Receives De La Salle Medal

    The dinner raised a record $2.6 million to support Manhattan College students.

  9. Barrio America book cover

    Urban Studies Annual Lecture to Focus on How Latino Immigrants Revitalized American Cities

    A.K. Sandoval-Strausz, author of Barrio America, will speak on campus on February 27.

  10. No smoking or using e cigarettes sign

    CVS Health Foundation Grant Gives Students Tools to Prevent E-Cigarette Usage

    Kinesiology faculty will train student teachers for the e-cigarette prevention program.