Manhattan College is one of six Lasallian colleges and universities in the United States. The Lasallian global community includes more than 70 institutions of higher learning. Between primary schools, secondary schools and institutions of higher learning, there are approximately 900 Lasallian educational institutions across the globe serving more than 900,000 students in more than 80 different countries. Simply put, the Lasallian worldwide community extends far beyond the campus of Manhattan College.
The International Association of Lasallian Universities maintains a list of the 58 Lasallian universities around the world. See more information at lasalle-ialu.org.
There are four districts in the U.S.-Toronto region. Manhattan College is located in the District of Eastern North America (DENA). See more information at fscdena.org.
The Christian Brothers Conference is the regional office of the U.S.-Toronto region of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. The office provides the districts in the region the support needed to further the Lasallian mission of educating the young, and especially the poor. See more information at lasallian.info.
Each Lasallian school is created with the intention of carrying out the mission of Saint John Baptist de La Salle. The headquarters of the Brothers of the Christian Schools is located in Rome. See more information at lasalle.org.
Based on an actual pilgrimage of the places in France where St. John Baptist de La Salle walked and worked, this virtual journey tells the story of the educational movement that De La Salle and the first Brothers began in 1680 — an educational journey which is ongoing today. Learn more at dlsfootsteps.org