Area high school students can check
out 44 colleges and universities
at Wabash County College Fair
Area high school students can check out 44 schools in one place at the 2008 Wabash County College Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at Manchester College.
Students from Huntington, Kosciusko, Miami, Wabash and Whitley counties are especially encouraged to attend the fair, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the College Union on the North Manchester campus.
At the free event, representatives from colleges, universities and technical schools will provide information about areas of study, financial aid, admission requirements, athletics, extracurricular activities, scholarships and more.
For more information about the Wabash County College Fair, contact the Manchester College Office of Admissions at 800-852-3648. For directions to campus, visit www.manchester.edu
Schools sending representatives: Adrian College, Ancilla College, Anderson University, Baker College, Ball State University, Bethel College, Bluffton University, Butler University, College of Mount St. Joseph, Defiance College, Earlham College, Franklin College, Goshen College, Grace College, Hanover College, Huntington University, Indiana State University, Indiana Tech and Indiana University campuses at Bloomington and Kokomo.
Also: Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Indiana Wesleyan University, International Business College, ITT Technical Institute, Ivy Tech Community College at Warsaw, Kettering University, Manchester College, Marian College, Oakland City University, Purdue University’s Aviation Technology Center at Indianapolis.
And: Purdue University, Saint Joseph’s College of Indiana, Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods College, Saint Mary’s College at Notre Dame, Taylor University at Fort Wayne, Taylor University at Upland, Trine University, University of Evansville, University of Findlay, University of Indianapolis, University of Saint Francis, University of Southern Indiana, Valparaiso University and Vincennes University.
College guides rate
Manchester "Best College,"
"Best in the Midwest"
$100,000 Wal-Mart Foundation
grant will help Manchester
recruit first-generation college students