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Academic Center/Welcome Center

Academic Center/
Welcome Center

Admissions, Classrooms, Faculty Offices

The Academic Center creates an environment for more effective teaching, learning and student-faculty interaction. The center features technologically advanced classrooms and positions faculty offices nearby for student access and advising. The Sisters Café is also located here.

A new campus Welcome Center creates the meeting place where students visiting the Admissions Office will form their first impressions of Manchester and start their college journeys. Using resources wisely, the Academic Center is a renovation of the Holl-Kintner Hall of Science.

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Tall Oaks

Tall Oaks

The President's Residence

Located on the north edge of campus is Tall Oaks, where the presidential family lives. The house is in a wooded area with many tall oak trees.

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Schwalm Hall

Schwalm Hall

Traditional Residence Hall

Schwalm Hall, named after former University President Vernon F. Schwalm (1941-56), is a traditional hall that houses 164 men and 29 women. Two large recreational/ social rooms, a computer lab, and a TV lounge are located in the hall. An outdoor volleyball court, a separate outdoor basketball court, and a large grassy area for touch football or softball are adjacent to Schwalm Hall.

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Peace House

Peace House

Meeting House

This refurbished small cottage is a "meeting house." Located at the entrance to the University, The Peace House, next to the Gladdys Muir Peace Garden, signifies the importance of peace studies to Manchester University.

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Muir Peace Garden

Muir Peace Garden

Fountain and Garden

The Gladdys Muir Peace Garden was built in 2001 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University's distinguished peace studies program, the first of its kind in the nation. Located at the entrance to the University, the garden is a place for quiet reflection.

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Faculty offices, Two Sisters Cafe'

Cordier Auditorium

Cordier Auditorium

Presentations, Convocations and Meeting Room

This auditorium was named for Dr. Andrew W. Cordier, a 1922 Manchester graduate and former professor. Dr. Cordier was also an international security advisor for the U.S. State Department, as well as executive assistant to the secretary general of the United Nations. The spacious Cordier Auditorium, built in 1978, seats 1,300 people in continental style. A three-manual, 45-rank pipe organ was installed in 1981, funded in part by a generous gift from Mr. and Mrs. William Cable. Dressing rooms, stage preparation, storage areas, and fly loft are provided in this facility. A large dividable meeting room is available on the lower level.

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Science Center

Science Center

Classrooms, Faculty Offices and Flory Auditorium

Completed in 2005, the 85,600 square-foot Science Center is a state-of-the-art facility that is filled with classrooms, laboratories, study areas and faculty offices. The south end is home to the Physicians Atrium, Flory Auditorium, rooftop greenhouses and seminar rooms. Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics share the first floor. Biology, Ecology, Physiology and General Science occupy the second floor. Chemistry encompasses the third floor. Glassed study areas and faculty offices on the second and third floors face the campus mall. A three-story lobby on the south end is a dramatic commons and gallery that is a highly visible main entrance to the facility.

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Nehrer Maintenance Center

Nehrer Maintenance Center

Administrative Offices and Physical Plant Workshops

Neher Maintenance Center was named for Oscar W. Neher, a teacher of biology as well as a former supervisor of the maintenance department and a skilled cabinet maker. The facility houses the administrative offices and workshops of the Physical Plant, including mechanical, carpentry, plumbing, electrical and automotive facilities.

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Power House

Power House

Heating

The Power House, constructed in 1967, furnishes heat for many of the buildings on campus.

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Clark Computer Center

Clark Computer Center

Information Technology Offices and Help Desk

Through a generous gift by John G. Clark, a 1932 graduate, the former Goshorn Building was completely renovated in 1984 into a multi-functional computer center. The building houses the Information Technology department offices, Help Desk, network and server components, one classroom, two training labs and a student lab with 23 PCs.

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Funderburg Library

Funderburg Library

Study Areas and Lounges

Funderburg library provides materials to serve the University curriculum, bibliographic and interlibrary loan support for research, and instruction in the use of information sources. More than 170,000 bound volumes, 860 periodical titles, 4,900 musical and spoken recordings and numerous other collections are supplemented by CD-ROM and online access to hundreds of information data bases. An online catalog lists the library's holdings, as well as those of other private colleges and universities in Indiana. Interlibrary loan service locates and delivers materials from potentially thousands of libraries. Funderburg's three floors can accommodate more than 200 students. Comfortable lounges for relaxed reading are balanced by special areas for computers, audio and video equipment, group conferences, and after-hours study. The Teaching Resource Center contains thousands of textbooks and curricular materials for education majors. Special collections include the College archives, Brethren historical materials, the peace studies collection, and displays dedicated to MU alumni Dan West (founder of Heifer International) and Paul Flory (Nobel prize winner in polymer chemistry).

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Calvin Ulrey Hall

Calvin Ulrey Hall

Health Services, Human Resources and Student Development Offices

Calvin Ulrey Hall houses the Offices of Student Development, Residential Life, Student Activities, Health Services, Counseling Services and Human Resources.

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Helman Hall

Helman Hall

Co-ed Residence Hall

Helman Hall, named in honor of A. Blair Helman, MC's president from 1956-86, was constructed in 1993. This air-conditioned, co-ed residence hall houses 129 men and women in an alternate floor arrangement. Each suite contains two two-student rooms and a bath. The Patricia Kennedy Helman Lounge on the first floor provides recreational, TV-viewing, meeting, and informal conversation areas. Other amenities include elevator service, a computer laboratory, a kitchenette and vending area on the first floor, and laundry, study/conference, and storage rooms on each floor. Oakwood Hall is essentially a mirror image of Helman Hall.

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Administration Building

Administration Building

Executive Offices, Financial Services, Advancement, Marketing and Printing

The Offices of the President, Executive Vice President, Registrar, Academic Affairs and Financial Services are located on the first floor of this University landmark building, as well as the Offices of Alumni Advancement and University Advancement. The central portion of the Administration Building was erected in 1920. It joins two former structures, one of which was the original Bible School building built in 1889. Also on the first floor is Wampler Auditorium. On the lower level are the Offices of Student Financial Services, Marketing, Public Relations and Printing Services.

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Oakwood Hall

Oakwood Hall

Co-ed Residence Hall

Oakwood Hall, located on College Avenue, mirrors Helman Hall's design, housing 129 students in four-student suites and resident assistant rooms. A lounge on the first floor provides areas for TV-viewing, recreation, and conversation. Other features include an elevator, a computer lab, a kitchenette and vending area on first floor, and storage rooms, laundry facilities, and study areas on each floor.

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Intercultural Center

Intercultural Center

Multicultural Affairs Office and Meetings

The Manchester University Intercultural Center houses the Office of Multicultural Affairs and is the hub for five (5) student organizations: African Students Association, Asian Awareness Association, Black Student Union, Hispanos Unidos and Manchester University International Association.

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East Street Apartments

East Street Apartments

Residence Apartments for Married Students

The East Street apartments and other University owned homes provide residential options for married students and students who are parents of dependent children. These apartments are provided on a space available basis.

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Wine Recital Hall

Wine Recital Hall

Musical Events, Meetings and Presentations

The Wine Retical Hall is named for Norman Wine, a 1923 graduate of Manchester University and trustee for 23 years, and his wife Grace. Wine Recital Hall seats up to 170 persons stadium-style. The Link Art Gallery serves as an ideal lobby area and typically hosts an art display from a featured artist.

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Otho Winger Memorial Hall

Otho Winger Memorial Hall

Classrooms and WBKE

This building, named for former Manchester President Otho Winger, contains the art and music departments, as well as the Norman and Grace Wine Recital Hall and the Link Gallery. There are also a number of art studios, practice rooms, a state-of-the-art four-station computer music laboratory, and a 14-rank pipe organ. WBKE, the University’s radio station, occupies a studio on the first floor.

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Wampler Auditorium

Wampler Auditorium

Presentations, Stage Productions and Meetings

Wampler Auditorium is located inside the Administration Building and seats up to 250 people in presentation style.

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East Hall

East Hall

Men's and Women's Residence Hall

East Hall is a residence hall for 180 men and women. The ground floor provides a large social room, cooking areas, laundry facilities, two TV lounges, and a computer lab. The hall has a main lounge and smaller study rooms/lounges.

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Garver Hall

Garver Hall

Men's and Women's Residence Hall

Garver Hall provides a home for 275 men and women. This hall, named in honor of former professor and dean Earl S. Garver, has two separate residential areas with a shared lounge and recreational area. A piano, a TV room, several smaller lounges, and a computer lab provide additional spaces for students. The main lounge is open 24 hours a day and is shared by all students on campus.

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PERC

PERC

Brown Fitness Center, Classrooms and Coach's Offices

Constructed in 1982 and renovated and expanded in 1997, this building houses the classes in physical education, exercise science and athletic training. The PERC (Physical Exercise and Recreation Center) is also the center for recreational activities. Stauffer-Wolfe Arena, seating 1,800, provides one competition-size or six practice-size basketball courts. Other facilities include the Brown Fitness Center, a gymnastic area, training rooms, two racquetball/handball courts and coach's offices. The Human Performance Laboratory provides space and tools for studying human biomechanics, exercise physiology, and athletic training. Laboratory equipment includes a state-of-the-art isokinetic dynamometer for quantifying muscle function, spirometer for measurement of lung capacity, and apparatus for the manufacture of semi-rigid orthotics.

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Jo Young Switzer Center

The Jo Young Switzer Center

Dining Facilities, Campus Store, Success Center and Conference Services

The Jo Young Switzer Center features dining facilities downstairs, including the spacious Haist Commons, and The Oaks and Outtakes snack bars. Also, downstairs is the Campus Store, campus post office and conversation areas. Upstairs is the Success Center – home to Career Services, the Writing Center, Academic Support and the Honors Program – as well as the Offices of Conference Services and meeting facilities.

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Tennis Courts

Tennis Courts

Spartan Men's and Women's Tennis

The tennis courts are located at the north end of the sports field complex.

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Petersime Chapel

Petersime Chapel

Campus Pastor, Sanctuary and Meeting Rooms

A gift from the Ray M. Petersime family of Gettysburg, Ohio, this small and lovely chapel, cruciform in shape, is the focal center on the south end of the campus mall. The sanctuary seats up to 100 and has a six-rank pipe organ. The relationship of the Christian faith to higher education is illustrated in 30 stained glass windows. The structure also houses a memorial center, prayer rooms for individuals, meeting rooms for small groups, and offices for the campus pastor.

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Sotfball Field

Sotfball Field

Spartan Women's Softball

There are two practice diamonds in addition to the competition diamond. These are at the south end of the athletic field complex.

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Safety Office

Safety Office

Security Offices and Vehicle Registration

The Department of Campus Safety is located in this building on the northeast side of the campus. This is the hub for University security offices, vehicle registration and the University switchboard.

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Softball Intramural

Softball Intramural

Intramural Softball

In addition to the competition diamond, there are two practice fields at the south east corner of the athletic fields.

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Soccer Fields

Soccer Fields

Spartan Men's and Women's Soccer

The athletic fields are on the east side of campus bordering the Eel River. Both playing and practice fields are located in the area.

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Football Practice Field

Football Practice Field

Spartan Men's Football

To the south of the track is the practice football field.

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Track and Field

Track and Field

Spartan Men's and Women's Track and Field

The outdoor track is south of the football field and east from the Physical Education and Recreation Center (PERC).

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Gratz Baseball Field

Gratz Baseball Field

Spartan Men's Baseball

The Kenapocomoco Athletic Fields are located on the east side of the campus. The baseball team plays on Gratz Field, named in honor of Jim Gratz, a coach and teacher from 1962 to 1987.

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Morris Observatory

Morris Observatory

Telescopes, Laboratory

The observatory was built in 1973. A 14-foot motorized dome and a 10-inch Newtonian reflector telescope are located in the observatory's dome building. The adjacent laboratory building includes a darkroom facility and other telescopes. Funds to build the observatory were provided by the family, friends and former students of Dr. Charles S. Morris, distinguished physics professor at Manchester for 36 years.

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Burt Memorial Stadium

Burt Memorial Stadium

Spartan Men's Football

Carl W. Burt Memorial Stadium, named in honor of a coach and teacher from 1925 to 1942, provides football facilities along the Eel River. (Another name for this river is the Kenapocomoco River.)

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Sand Volleyball Court

Sand Volleyball Court

Outdoor Volleyball

These are outdoor courts and are not weatherproofed.

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Stauffer-Wolfe Areana

Stauffer-Wolfe Areana

Spartan Men's Basketball

Stauffer-Wolfe Arena, seating 1,800, provides one competition-size or six practice-size basketball courts.

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Mud Volleyball Court

Mud Volleyball Court

Mud Volleyball

Add a net, some water and people who do not mind having intimate contact with soil, and you have the perfect combination for mud volleyball. The court is located to the north of the football field and south of the observatory.

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Flory Auditorium

Flory Auditorium

Seminars, Lectures and Workshops

Located within the Science Center, Flory Auditorium offers stadium-style seating for up to 150 people. The auditorium is outfitted with the latest technology, including 3 digital projectors controlled by an AMX control unit with a matrix switcher, which allows the projectors to display the same image or images from separate sources.

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