We created this site to serve as a useful way for you, the students, to find out what's happening in the world of Manhattan College. You will find pictures and contact information for all of your student government representatives, a calendar with campus events and student government meetings, surveys and space for you to tell us what you think we should be working on, and other important information about what is happening around campus.
We hope this site serves you well and we will be working throughout the year to make it even better.
Manhattan College is decorated in the spirit of celebrating Christmas this season. Student Government led the initiative with support from President O'Donnell and other College departments. The campus is decorated with over 25,000 LED lights! Merry Christmas to all!!
Fall Ball is this Friday, 8PM in Smith Auditorium!
First Annual Fall Ball Sponsored by the Manhattan College Student Government Friday, November 5th at 8PM in Smith Semi-Formal Dance with a live DJ, emcee, professional dancers, food and drinks all night long. This will be a classy evening of fun and an opportunity to get to know more people in the Manhattan College community. Dr. Richard Satterlee, the new VP for Student Life will be the guest of honor. Faculty, staff, and Administrators have will be a part of the evening as well. Pick up a Free Ticket in Student Activities starting now!!!
Congratulations to our new additions to Student Government! You voted for them, and here they are. The Class of 2014 Freshman Class Officers are as follows:
Freshman Class President-Simon Mysliwiec
Freshman Class Representative-Amanda Cromwell
Freshman Class Treasurer-April Renzella
Freshman Class Secretary-Claire Miksad
To our new officers, great job getting the attention and respect of your classmates to elect you to your new titles! We all in Student Government know that you will be able to help lead our school in the right direction and look forward to working with you for the remander of the school year! If you would like to be involved in student government but have not received an elected position, there are plenty of committees that any student can join! Feel free to contact Student Government at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
With each new freshman class, comes a new chance for fresh faces to get involved in our Student Government. This is a chance for you incoming freshman to pick who will be representing you for the year, whether it be as a class officer or class representative. There are a great group of candidates ready to take on the responsibility of representing the class of 2014, but they need your vote to win. So take a look at their biographies on our VOTE page before you cast your online ballot!
Click on the following link to bring you to our Elections Page.
We hope you had a great summer! While you have been gone Student Government and the administration of Manhattan College have been working tirelessly to bring you new meal plans and a new campus ID Card system. These two changes took an incredible amount of effort from Student Government and administration and it brings tremendous improvement for you. For detailed information about your meal plans and ID cards please click here.
Please refer to the following ID office hours to find a suitable time to pick up your new ID card!
(for photos and/or questions)
located in the rear of Dantes Cafeteria (Quad level)
Mon 8/30 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tues 8/31 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Weds 9/01 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Thurs 9/02 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Fri 9/03 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Students may switch meal plans to suit their needs and all changes must occur before September 17, 2010!-Student Government
We’ve all been in your shoes before. After the bittersweet feelings of finishing high school, you’re probably feeling nervous, excited, sad, and very unsure of what the future holds. But don’t worry and stress yourself out too much as you have an amazing four years ahead of you. As a college freshman, you are entering an entire new world with new experiences and responsibilities. There are going to be a few things that you must learn to get adjusted and there are going to be many new experiences that come your way.
In order to be sure that you get the most out of your freshman year, make sure you start off on a good note. Meeting people on your floor is a great way to begin making friends. Your Resident Assistant will be hosting events within your building early in the year so you can meet your fellow residents. Another way to meet new classes. Many of the classes that you will be registered for in the fall will contain mostly freshman. Making friends with fellow classmates will benefit you when it comes time to study for a test or work on a project. Manhattan College will host an activities fair within the first two weeks of school and it is important that you attend this. Many of the groups that will be at the fair are looking for fresh faces and would love to have new freshman members. The representatives from these groups will be able to answer any questions you have and would be excited to speak to you about what being a member of the club or group entails.
So no matter if you are nervous and hesitant about starting college or counting down the days, just know that college is what you make of it, and your time at Manhattan will be something you will always remember. We would also like to share some of our own freshman experiences with you.
-The Orientation Leaders
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