Manhattan College does not have a whole lot of issues with parking because a majority of commuters take public transportation to and from school. However, there is a good number of students that use cars, and Manhattan has a few parking lots. There is one by the Leo Engineering Building and Gaelic Park and another one by the main entrance of the College.
For students who can't find parking on campus, parking in New York City is a last resort. Students will have to pay a meter, be restricted to certain hours, and deal with a lot of commotion and traffic that will make it a rough time. Also, trying to look for a parking lot in the city is almost impossible. Overall, parking enforcement around Manhattan College is not severe. If a student is parked in a spot he's not supposed to be in, he would just get a ticket. If he doesn’t move, parking enforcement will probably tow the car away—which is better than parking in New York City where you get no warning.