Financial Aid

To determine your eligibility for financial aid, you must complete and submit the U.S. Department of Education’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

IMPORTANT DATES

January 1
  • The FAFSA form is available for students to complete online for the 2015-2016 academic year (www.fafsa.ed.gov).

    Be sure to list Manchester University’s federal school code 001820 in order for us to receive your FAFSA data.

March 10
  • Deadline for completion of FAFSA (the State of Indiana observes this deadline; check the deadline that corresponds with your state of residence).
Early June
  • Financial Aid Award Notifications are available online via the student SharePoint. A Statement of Account will be posted to SharePoint shortly thereafter.

July 20

  • Payments due for the incoming class.

 

RETURN ON INVESTMENT

The demand for trained pharmacists has increased in recent years due to the rapid growth of the health care and pharmaceutical industries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects 14% employment growth by 2022, with 41,400 new pharmacist jobs. According to BLS, the median salary for a pharmacist was $116,670 in 2014, top amongst health care careers.


2015-2016 ACADEMIC YEAR TUITION, FEES AND ESTIMATED EXPENSES 
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OFF CAMPUS



Direct Costs 
(Student billed directly by Manchester University)
Amount
Tuition $37,100
Facility Fee
(Fee covers program laptop, support, infrastructure and access to online textbook resources)
$1,100
Direct Estimated Total Costs $38,200

Indirect Costs - Off Campus Students
(Approximate fees that are paid to third parties)
Amount
Books/Supplies $1,000
Transportation (To school and experiential sites around area/region)  $2,200
Personal/Miscellaneous Expenses $2,130
Background check/Drug Screening 
(Estimated annual cost)
$120
Required Immunizations 
(Approximate first year cost - varies per student)
$300
Licensure and Certification Fees 
(Estimated annual cost)
$150
Housing/Food Allowance
$7,390
Approximate Loan Fees $353
Indirect Estimated Total Costs $13,643


Total Estimated Expenses for 2015-2016: $51,843

**NOTE: Students with less than 72 college credit hours do not qualify for the same aid programs, and may need to apply for additional loans to cover the cost of attendance.

 

OTHER SOURCES OF FINANCIAL AID

Scholarships for the College of Pharmacy are limited to those available through third parties. Students are encouraged to pursue student loans and not rely on scholarships to pay for tuition. Scholarship resources for pharmacy students can be found on the AACP scholarship resource webpage.

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College of Pharmacy

Manchester University College of Pharmcy
10627 Diebold Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46845


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Phone: 260-470-2700
E-mail: pharmacy@
manchester.edu

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