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Marks of Distinction


• Manhattan is one of 290 institutions in the United States with a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s most widely known academic honor society.


• All three of Manhattan’s professional schools—Business, Education and Health, and Engineering—are nationally accredited.


• The undergraduate Engineering programs—Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical—are accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).


• The School of Education is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC).


• The O’Malley School of Business is one of more than 800 business schools worldwide accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).


• 18 alumni are members of the prestigious National Academy of Engineering, an impressive number for an institution of Manhattan’s size.


• Manhattan is one of a few American colleges to have chapters of all five of these national honor societies: Beta Gamma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, and Tau Beta Pi.


• Of the more than 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States, Manhattan is one of only 351 with Division I athletics.


and intern at some of the world’s lead- ing companies.


Transferring made easy Manhattan College’s rolling admis- sion process allows students to trans- fer in both the fall and spring semes- ters. Each week, transfer applicants can also participate in Transfer Thursday, a unique campus visit opportunity that provides prospective students the chance to take a campus tour, meet with an admission representative, and receive an instant admission deci- sion prior to the end of their visit. Once students have been accepted, the straightforward credit evaluation process enables students to make the most of the credits they have already taken, and a financial aid package is prepared to evaluate for academic scholarships, need-based financial aid, and state and federal grant, loan, and work-study programs.


Students who want to live on cam- pus are guaranteed transfer housing


• Manhattan is one of only 182 colleges founded in the United States before the Civil War that is still surviving.


• U.S. News & World Report ranks Manhattan 15th


in the regional top 20.


• U.S. News & World Report ranks Manhattan College sixth in the region in top schools for student veterans.


• Brookings rates Manhattan ninth out of more than 7,000 two- and four-year schools in an analysis that examines how well schools prepare students for successful careers.


• Money magazine listed the College #17 on its “50 Best Colleges That Add the Most Value” list in 2017.


• In PayScale’s annual College Return on Investment report, Manhattan College ranks 28th


universities and 57th


among private colleges and among the 1,833


institutions surveyed throughout the United States, placing the College within the top 4% of all institutions in return on investment.


• Forbes put Manhattan among the top 100 Northeast colleges and the top 10 for Catholic colleges on its 2018 “Best Value Colleges” list.


• Military Times lists Manhattan in their Best for Vets: Colleges 2019 rankings.


to make the move worry-free, and most choose to live in either suite- or apartment-style on-campus housing. To learn more about Manhattan College and how to transfer before the next semester, visit manhattan. edu/transfer, call 718-862-7200, or email admit@manhattan.edu. n


Manhattan College | Riverdale, NY manhattan.edu/transfer admit@manhattan.edu


out of 145 in the Best


Regional Universities–North category of its 2019 “Best Colleges” list. This is the 12th


year in a row the College has placed


MANHATTAN COLLEGE AT A GLANCE


Type of School: Founded in 1853; private, independent, coeducational Lasallian Catholic college


Size of Campus: 23 acres in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, New York


Number of Students: 3,664 undergraduate and 578 graduate students


Number of Faculty: 240 faculty members on staff; almost 95% with doctoral degrees


Colleges, Programs, and Degrees: More than 100 programs of study in Liberal Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering, and Science; graduate degrees also offered in Business, Education, Engineering, and Science


Geographic Diversity: Undergraduate students from more than 44 states and territories and 60 foreign countries


Student Budget (Per Year): • Tuition: $40,400, plus program fees • Room and board: $16,870


Test Score Averages: SAT: 1100–1240, ACT: 22–26, TOEFL: 80 (minimum), IELTS: 6.0 (minimum)


Application Deadlines and Fees: • Preferred filing date for fall admission: March 1


• Preferred filing date for spring admission: November 1 • Application fee: $75


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