At Manchester, it’s been one opportunity after another. I’m in the Fast Forward program, which means I’ll earn my degree in just three years. Already in my first year, I was able to study abroad in Spain during January session – and I hope to travel somewhere every year! I also joined a club, became a student ambassador, and got an internship in the public relations office. Not to mention that I’m also an NCAA student-athlete on the volleyball team. The opportunities are limitless – you can really do anything you set your mind to do at Manchester!
A university of the Church of the Brethren, Manchester is committed to being a community of learning and faith where students know that when they graduate they will be prepared to start rewarding careers and assume responsible roles of leadership in society. International study, experiential learning and community service are long-standing traditions at Manchester because students gain experiences that offer valuable perspectives about themselves and the world around them.
Manchester students are special because they are encouraged to improve themselves—and the world they live in.
North Manchester and
Fort Wayne, Indiana
1,300 students from 21 states and 23 countries
Majors and minors
More than 55 areas of undergraduate study, two master's programs and a pharmacy doctorate
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Associate of Arts, Master of Education, Master of Athletic Training, Doctor of Pharmacy
19 NCAA Div. III varsity sports
Clubs and organizations
More than 60 student organizations
A university of the Church of the Brethren
100 percent of undergraduate students receive financial aid. In 2011-2012, the average need-based financial aid package was $28,460
94 percent employed, in graduate program or service work within six months of graduation