Featured Events

Dominican Day Parade

Dominican Day Parade 8/9 11:00am

Join the Manhattan College Latino Alumni Club (MCLAC) and members of the College community and march in this year's parade! The parade will be held on the...

 
Freshman Orientation

Freshman Orientation 8/25

Orientation introduces incoming undergraduate students to Manhattan College. Students stay overnight in the residence halls and will receive their class...

Manhattan College Campus  
RELIGION MATTERS

RELIGION MATTERS 9/3 4:30pm

"Righteous Rhetoric: The Christian Politics of Concerned Women for America" lecture by Dr. Leslie Smith

Student Commons, 5b  
Sustainable September: The United Nations' Post-2015 Development Agenda

Sustainable September: The United Nations' Post-2015 Development Agenda 9/8 3:30pm

From the MDGs to the SDGs, learn about the UN's post-2015 Suntainable Development Goals. Presented by Dr. Pamela Chasek, PhD. Part of "Sustainable...

Hayden Hall, Room 100 - Auditorium  
Saturday in the City: San Gennaro Festival

Saturday in the City: San Gennaro Festival 9/12

During this celebration, Mulberry Street is renamed Via San Gennaro and the shrines and relics of this saint are paraded through the streets. The crowds...

 
Sustainable September: World Water Issues and Solutions

Sustainable September: World Water Issues and Solutions 9/17 3:30pm

Hear about efforts from around the globe to improve water and sanitation. Part of "Sustainable September," a series of events to increase awareness and...

kelly commons, 4A & B  
Saturday in the City: Coney Island

Saturday in the City: Coney Island 9/19

In just a little over an hour, you can be transported from the glitz and glamour of Manhattan to the old-school amusement of Brooklyn’s storied Coney Island....

 
Sustainable September: Pastry & Pope Francis

Sustainable September: Pastry & Pope Francis 9/25 9:00am

Watch a live telecast of Pope Francis' historic address to the UN. Coffee & pastry will be served. Part of "Sustainable September," a series of events to...

kelly commons, 5A  
Saturday in the City: Kayaking at Pier 26

Saturday in the City: Kayaking at Pier 26 9/26

It's free to paddle your way around the Hudson River thanks to The Downtown Boathouse, which will rent you a kayak at no charge and will also provide...

Meet at the ATM on the 3rd floor of Thomas Hall  
Sustainable September: Now What? Action & Advocacy for a Sustainable Future

Sustainable September: Now What? Action & Advocacy for a Sustainable Future 9/29 3:30pm

Join in the discussion and action steps for creating a sustainable future for us all. Moderated by Dr. Kevin Ahern, PhD. Part of "Sustainable September," a...

kelly commons, 5A  
Saturday in the City: The High Line

Saturday in the City: The High Line 10/10

The elevated park, built on a railway trestle that had been abandoned for 30 years, is a sliver of green that looks out onto the stark landscape of...

Meet at the ATM on the 3rd floor of Thomas Hall  
Money and Politics

Money and Politics 10/15 6:30pm

Zephyr Teachout, Fordham Law School professor and 2014 candidate for NY Governor. Sponsored by the Government Department and Northwest Bronx for Change

Student Commons, Great Room - 5th Floor, 5B  
American Shakespeare Center Performance: Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest

American Shakespeare Center Performance: Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest 10/16 8:00pm

The American Shakespeare Center's Traveling Troupe performs Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest

Smith Auditorium  
Saturday in the City: Brooklyn Bridge/D.U.M.B.O

Saturday in the City: Brooklyn Bridge/D.U.M.B.O 10/17

This relatively small, walkable neighborhood is a joy to explore on foot (wear comfortable shoes, however, as the streets are largely paved in cobblestone)....

Meet at the ATM on the 3rd floor of Thomas Hall