Located on a “beautiful, nature-filled campus,” the “small, but extremely diverse” Manhattanville College focuses on “building a community among all students.” Many students agree that “Manhattanville College is very good at playing to its strengths, which are primarily its international student program and its small class size.” Other students praise its “well-known and impressive writing program” and boast that the “music and theater department are very strong.” They are also quick to highlight that their school is “committed to raising awareness about various global issues” and that “there is always an opportunity to go abroad for study purposes or volunteering.”
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