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Manhattan College University History

Manhattan College was established by five French De La Salle Christian Brothers in a small building on Canal Street as the Academy of the Holy Infancy in 1853. This College has a rich history dating back to 1853. This is one of only 182 colleges in the nation that was established prior to the civil war. The college received its state character in 1863, and moved to the current location in 1922.

Manhattan College University Programs, Courses, and Schools

Manhattan College offers a variety of programming you might find at a large university, but with the personalized learning experience of a small, liberal arts school. It offers more than 100 majors, minors, graduate programs, and advanced certificates, as well as degrees that can be earned fully online or combined with a traditional classroom experience. 

Manhattan College University Campuses

Manhattan College currently has four on-campus residence halls at Manhattan College. Horan Hall and Lee Hall offer suite-style living, while Jasper Hall and Chrysostom Hall are both traditional-style dorms. The off-campus residence hall, Overlook Manor offers apartment-style living. The university offers serval sports like basketball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, softball, golf and many more.

Manhattan College University Achievements and USP

Manhattan College was ranked 17 among the best regional universities in the North. In addition, the College School of Engineering was recognized as the Best in Undergraduate Engineering category accredited by ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology). The School of Business also ranked as the Best Undergraduate Business category accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

Manhattan College University Notable Alumni

James Patterson (American author), Alexandra Chando (American actress), Dennis Day (American singer), Henry Petroski (American engineer).

Manhattan College Programs

Program
Duration
Format
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Standard Test

Manhattan College Application Requirements

2.8
GPA
33
IB
80
Percentage

Manhattan College Deadlines

Masters: Spring January 1, Summer April 1, Fall- August 1

Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.

Manhattan College Rankings

Regional

United States of America
181
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