There’s more to college than keeping up your grades. And nobody said any of it would be easy. But making it on your own doesn’t mean you have to go it alone. Manchester offers a lot of ways to help you meet your challenges head on and keep you safe and healthy.
SuccessNet – SuccessNet is a safety net. SuccessNet accepts referrals from faculty, staff, students or parents for intervention purposes, reaching out to provide assistance to students who might benefit from some help or direction. It’s a testament to a community of caring individuals.
Report It! – Report it! is a reporting system for individuals who feel they may have been victims of harassment, including sexual harassment, sexual violence or bias. Report It! also can be used to report incidents of athletic inequity. All reported events will be investigated.
Counseling Services – Sometimes you just need to talk. Counseling Services is here to listen confidentially. You’ll find a staff of professionals experienced in helping students acquire the skills, attitudes, abilities and insights to meet the challenges of college life. Your wellness is their first concern.
Health Services – The staff at Health Services is here to help you stay healthy so that you can be your best in all that college life requires. Visit Health Services when you’re not feeling well or if you need advice about health matters. Your visits are always confidential and most services are free.
Campus Safety – A close-knit community like Manchester has its advantages, and a campus where everyone can feel safe is one. Campus Safety is the department that keeps watch over the campus, and where you can report a crime or incident if one should occur.