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The 36-credit, online program will start in the Spring 2024 semester.
The school noted the incoming class maintained an average GPA of 3.31 for a second consecutive year.
The June U.S. Supreme Court decisions that struck down affirmative action and the Biden Administrationâ€™s student loan forgiveness program have sent some colleges scrambling. But in interviews with Westfair, Frank D. SÃ¡nchez, Ph.D., Manhattanville Collegeâ€™s new president, and Christine Dehne, its provost and executive vice president, said that the Purchase-based college is poised to meet the educational challenges of our time.
This yearâ€™s incoming student body is a 15.6% increase from last year and a 31.8% increase from 2021.
Four different generations are currently competing in today's workforce.
The college added 55% of fall 2022 graduates from its School of Nursing and Health Sciences were students of color.
After a three-year absence, Women in Power presented by Citrin Cooperman and Westfair Communications Inc. returned Jan. 24 at Manhattanville College in Purchase to plumb attaining the elusive work/life balance.
The role of women leaders, never more crucial than today, is the subject of a Tuesday, Jan. 24, â€œWomen in Powerâ€ conference at Manhattanville College in Purchase, presented by Citrin Cooperman and Westfair Communications Inc.â€™s Westchester and Fairfield County Business Journals.
Geisler joined the college in October 2016.
Through the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) at Manhattanville College starting up this fall, students will be able to pursue a bachelor's or master's degree in finance or a master of education degree.
McCormack was the subject of the 2012 biography "No Ordinary Life."
Long before the emergence of COVID-19 social isolation and loneliness were already preexisting conditions in older adults.