Campus Activities Board (CAB): This organization works in conjunction with the Office of Student Engagement to provide social, cultural, educational, and informational programming to the Manor College. As the primary programming entity on campus, this organization seeks to develop student leaders dedicated to high quality programs and entertainment. For more information, please contact the Student Engagement Coordinator, Morgan McKenna at mmckenna@manor.edu 

Campus Ministry: Campus Ministry works to nurture the development of religious faith and practice at Manor College and encourages a responsible lifestyle through reverence, respect, and service to the community.  In addition, the club places an emphasis on relationship between God and each individual; between the individual and his/her College community; between the Campus Minister and individuals who seek to do good works for the greater glory of God.  To join or gain more information, please contact our Chaplain Monsignor Peter Waslo at pwaslo@manor.edu. (I got this from taking different pieces together from our Campus Ministry brochure..)

Manor College Student Ambassadors: A student organization, that assists the Admissions Office with daily office tasks with semester based hours, tours for prospective students, open houses, and other Manor events. While receiving professional development training, Student Ambassadors will also be assisting with New Student Orientation in the Fall and Spring semesters. The requirements for this organization are: a minimum required GPA of 2.5, has to be an outgoing individual, and a friendly face to welcome prospective families while upholding the Catholic Mission of Manor. If you would like to nominate a student or nominate yourself please contact Alexandra Leyva at aleyva@manor.edu or 215-885-2377/ext. 203.

Rotaract: Open to all students, Rotaract is the college and young professional forum for Rotary International, an international service organization. Rotaract’s philosophy is Service above Self. In addition to community service, Rotaract provides excellent networking opportunities, as well as potential for grants, international travel, and internship contacts. Rotaract has launched campaigns to raise money and awareness for international humanitarian causes, such as Lupus, Muscular Dystrophy, Polio, and ShelterBoxes for Haiti, while locally volunteering their time and talents at Impact Thrift Stores and area nursing homes. To get involved with this active club, please contact Rotaract moderator Mary Sims at msims@manor.edu 

Student Senate: The Student Senate of Manor College is our student government association, through which students may participate in policy-making and effecting campus change. Manor College Senators are given the opportunity to represent the entire student body, shape the cadre of activities and events offered at Manor, and head all student clubs. Senate sponsors leadership activities and various volunteer and charity initiatives. To join or learn more information, please contact Allison Mootz, Dean of Students, at amootz@manor.edu