Money Selects Manhattan College as One of the Best Schools in the Northeast

The personal finance digital publication ranks Manhattan in its top tier of private institutions and Catholic colleges in the region.

Manhattan College has been recognized as one of the Northeast’s top private institutions and as one of the best Catholic colleges in the region by Money in its 2023 Best Colleges in America ratings. Manhattan received 4 ½ stars on Money’s five-star ratings system. This is the first year the publication has used the star ratings, replacing its former numerical ratings. Manhattan College Campus

The personal finance digital platform ranks Manhattan first among all Catholic colleges in New York State and tied for first among 44 ranked Catholic institutions in the Northeast. The College tied for fourth out of 41 ranked private institutions in New York and tied for 13th out of 155 private colleges and universities in the Northeast. 

“We are proud to be recognized by Money as one of the top colleges in New York and the Northeast,” said Milo Riverso ’81, Ph.D., P.E., president of Manhattan College. “This rating is a validation of our efforts and demonstrates the quality of the Lasallian Catholic education that we provide our students. We are committed to providing a rigorous and affordable academic experience that prepares students for success in their careers and in their lives.” 

To find colleges that combine quality and affordability, Money’s ratings are based on dozens of factors, including graduation rates, affordability, quality of education, financial aid, economic mobility and alumni salaries. 

Manhattan College has previously been ranked by Money as one of its top 10 most transformative colleges.

By David Koeppel