The education is fantastic on an individual level in that you won't fall between the cracks here. Classes are small and the student to teacher ratio is outstanding for a college. You get to know your fellow students and teacher on a personal level which is a huge benefit in earning a degree. You will learn so many things here, because the classes are endless! They have a great range of classes from Physics to Bioengineering to the History of Rock & Roll! It is truely an experienced education.
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Manhattan is a very small school which means you get individual attention in all your classes since they're less than 30 students each. They expect highly of you so you can't really mess up because they expect you to be on top of your work as well. Overall, its been a bittersweet journey so far but I really like it here.» Read More
Manhattan College is one that emphasizes learning in a community. The College offers great faculties offering diverse choices for students to choose a course of study leaning under carefully selected professors that pay attention to the needs of students. Its unique location in New York allows for easy access to technology and the benefits of New York city.» Read More
It was during the Summer program at Manhattan college that I found out I wanted to do Engineering. This school is still my #1 school but parents cannot enroll me there at this time. I am still impressed with this school-see you in the future.» Read More
Manhattan College is a fairly small sized institution, with a welcoming environment. The largest class size is no more than thirty students, therefore you really develop a personal relationship with your professor and they help you to do your best. Manhattan College offers many opportunities to get involved at the institute and in the community.» Read More