Consumer Information for Manhattan Institute

Manhattan Institute is proud of our history of training great people for great medical careers. We want to make sure that you have all the information you need to know that Manhattan Institute is the right school for you - and your future. Of course, the best way to find out more about Manhattan Institute is to visit the school. Give us a call today at 347-220-8181 or contact us.

The following Consumer Information sections are available:

  1. Protecting Your Personal Information (Privacy Policy)
  2. Jeanne Clery Campus Security Report And Policy
  3. Drug and Alcohol Policy
  4. Student Right to Know Act Disclosures
  5. Student Loan Counseling Requirements
  6. Copyright Infringement Policy
  7. Transfer of Credit Policy
  8. How to Apply for Financial Aid
  9. Rights and Responsibilities of Students Receiving Financial Aid
  10. Withdrawal, Refund and Return to Title IV Policies
  11. Financial Aid Code of Ethics
  12. Voter Registration
  13. Estimated Cost of Attendance
  14. Accommodations and Services
  15. Constitution Day
  16. Diversity
  17. Fire Safety
  18. Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
  19. Vaccinations and Immunization
  20. Gainful Employment
  21. Net Price Calculator
  22. Misrepresentation
  23. Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures
  24. Daily Crime Log
  25. Health and Safety Exemption
  26. Other Miscellaneous Information

Protecting Your Personal Information (Privacy Policy)

At Manhattan Institute, we are careful to protect the personal information of our students. We don't share your private information, and we maintain an information security policy (privacy policy) in compliance with the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Graham-Leach-Bliley Act.
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Jeanne Clery Campus Security Report And Policy

The security policies at Manhattan Institute are designed to protect the safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and visitors, including providing timely notifications in safety emergencies. This page also details the history of crimes and other offenses at our school over the past three calendar years.
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Drug and Alcohol Policy

The employers that hire our grads are tough on drug abuse, and so are we. Manhattan Institute has a strong Policy on Drugs and Alcohol to protect the safety of our students, faculty and staff.
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Student Right to Know Act Disclosures

Information about the Graduation/Retention Rates for students enrolled at Manhattan Institute, and other important school information is stored at the National Center for Education Statistics website.
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Student Loan Counseling Requirements

Manhattan Institute uses the Department of Education’s Federal Direct Student Loan website to perform student loan counseling. Your results will be sent to the Financial Aid Office electronically upon completion.
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Copyright Infringement Policy

Manhattan Institute has a policy against copyright infringement, including the illegal downloading and/or sharing of electronic media files.
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Transfer of Credit Policy

This link provides our policy on accepting credit for previous training, and a notice about the transferability of Manhattan Institute credits to other colleges.
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How to Apply for Financial Aid

Of course, our Financial Aid Office is ready to help students through the entire financial aid process. However, students can also "do it themselves" or learn more about the application process by utilizing this link that gives students detailed application information.
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Rights and Responsibilities of Students Receiving Financial Aid

Manhattan Institute wants students to understand the requirements to receive financial aid, and their rights throughout the process.
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Withdrawal, Refund and Return to Title IV Policies

These policies are applicable for students who withdraw or otherwise fail to complete their program of study at Manhattan Institute.
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Financial Aid Code of Ethics

Manhattan Institute has created a set of rules for our interactions with student loan lenders to ensure that our students are always given unbiased advice about education loan providers.
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Voter Registration

Manhattan Institute encourages students to be active participants in the American political system as part of being responsible members of their community. Further, each year the school celebrates "Constitution Day" on September 17 and offers activities to educate our students about the U.S. system of government and their role within it.
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Estimated Cost of Attendance

Based on 2018-2019 tuition costs for eligible financial aid certificate programs. The cost includes tuition and fees, books, and supplies, room and board, personal expenses, and transportation for students enrolled in the Medical Assistant or Personal Fitness Training programs at Manhattan Institute.

The costs for an independent student or a dependent student not living with parents is as follows:

The costs for a dependent student living with parents is as follows:

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Accommodations and Services

When a student registers for a program disability related documentation will be reviewed to determine which accommodations and/or services are appropriate. Please note - in compliance with Section 504 and the ADA, Manhattan Institute is not responsible for providing personal services (personal attendants, typing, readers for personal use, transportation) or individually prescribed devices. Accommodations include, but are not limited to:

  • Note taking assistance
  • Extended time for testing
  • Readers and/or scribes
  • Reduced course load

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Constitution Day

Constitution Day Activities: Manhattan Institute will conduct educational programming and activities on the United States Constitution each September 17, commemorating the September 17, 1787 signing of the Constitution. However, when September 17 falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, Constitution Day shall be held during the preceding or following week.
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Visit here to view the student diversity headcount at Manhattan Institute.
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Fire Safety

Manhattan Institute does not provide student housing and therefore our fire safety policy concerns only our campus.

Manhattan Institute's building is equipped with fire extinguishers, emergency lighting, smoke and fire detectors, as well as fire doors and clearly marked exit signs leading to steps. The building Fire Marshall, security personal, and maintenance staff regularly patrol and observe the facilities. Additionally, video surveillance is used as a source to monitor and detect any hazard including fire. The recordings are stored to DVR and can be retrieved at any time should it become necessary.

The Fire Marshall conducts regular evacuation exercises regularly. Manhattan Institutes reserves the right to enter and inspect any student room without prior notice. It also delegates to the Facility management the right to enter and inspect student rooms for fire hazards.

Deliberately setting off a fire alarm when there is no fire is against the laws of the State of New York. A student who sets off a fire alarm will be fined and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

For additional information feel free to meet with the School Director.
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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy

For Manhattan Institute's Satisfactory Academic Progress policy please refer to the Financial Aid page of our website.
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Vaccinations and Immunization

Manhattan Institute is not required to collect any vaccination or immunization records. Participation in externships may require vaccination or immunization, please refer to the Student Catalog for more details.
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Gainful Employment

To view gainful employment data for our Medical Assistant program click here.

To view gainful employment data for our Personal Fitness Trainer program click here.
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Net Price Calculator

Below is the online Net Price Calculator designed to assist first-time, full-time students with calculating the estimated educational cost for attending Manhattan Institute. On average, 90% of first-time, full-time students at Manhattan Institute receive some type of financial aid.

Final eligibility for aid is subject to the student completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), meeting eligibility requirements, meeting deadlines, and the availability of FSEOG funds. The Net Price Calculator is for estimating purposes only.

 Access our Net Price Calculator

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Manhattan Institute will not engage in substantial misrepresentation by having the school itself or one of its representatives, make a substantial misrepresentation regarding the school, including about the nature of its educational program, its financial charges, employability of its graduates, or its relationship with the Department of Education. Substantial misrepresentations are prohibited, including those made in any promotional materials, or in the marketing programs of instruction offered by the school.
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Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures

Emergency Response and Evacuation procedures are posted on walls throughout the campus. See the front desk for more information.
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Daily Crime Log

Manhattan Institute does not have a security department or campus police and therefore does not maintain a daily crime log.
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Health and Safety Exemption

FERPA permits non-consensual disclosure of education records, or personally identifiable, non-directory information from education records, in connection with a health or safety emergency under § 99.31(a)(10) and § 99.36 of the FERPA regulations. The health or safety exemption permits the disclosure of personally identifiable information from a student’s education record without the written consent of the student in the case of an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or other individuals.
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Other Miscellaneous Information

Manhattan Institute School Catalog contains detailed information about the school and our academic programs. School catalogs are available in the Admissions Office.
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