Manhattan College is a private, Catholic institution of higher learning located in the Bronx, New York City. It was originally established by the Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Christian Brothers) in 1853 as an academy for day students, and later incorporated as a university by the New York State Board of Regents. It is directly accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. There are more than 100 programs available to students at Manhattan College across six distinct schools. Among the undergraduate programs offered at Manhattan College are the arts, business, education, health, engineering, and science. Several graduate programs are offered in the fields of education, business, science, and engineering. Approximately 100 clubs and organizations have been formed and maintained by students. The college has produced several notable alumni, such as James Patterson - one of the best-selling authors, Raymond Kelly - former commissioner of the New York City Police Department and Rudy Giuliani - former mayor of New York City.
Global ranking – 1135 Country ranking - 242
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|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||39,965 USD|
|Cost of Living/year||15,580 USD|
|Application Fees||USD 75|