Manchester University is a learning community grounded in respect for every individual.
With historic roots in the Church of the Brethren, the University attracts students and faculty who work side by side with their students on research and other learning projects.
This University Catalog contains an array of information about
In many ways, however, this Catalog is like the X-ray of the skeleton of our academic program. Interactions among students, faculty and staff bring it to life. Faculty encourage students to ask questions and grapple for answers. Students learn about responsible citizenship. We welcome discussions about values, vocation, politics, religion and responsibility. Our goal is to graduate persons who have both “ability and conviction.”
- Our mission and values
- Majors, minors, and courses
- Graduation requirements
- Campus facilities
- Tuition and fees
- Lots of “nuts and bolts” information about the University
Your experience at Manchester University will be richest when you get involved in conversations outside of class with your professors, attend campus lectures, participate in student organizations and service activities, musical ensembles, athletic teams, theatrical performances and more. The academic program and a full range of support services are in place to serve everyone.
On behalf of the entire Manchester University community, I wish you exciting travels on your journey through higher education. It is a journey that makes all the difference.
|Jo Young Switzer
This catalog is a description of the policies, academic programs, degree requirements and course offerings in effect for the 2012-2013 academic year. It is not a contract between the students and the University. Manchester University reserves the right to change any of the policies and procedures contained in this catalog and to apply such changes to any or all students. The University also may choose to add, change, or discontinue course offerings or degree programs at any time.
Contact information: P.O. Box 365, North Manchester, IN 46962
Phone 260-982-5000; www.manchester.edu