When you’re immersed in study at Manchester University and want a glimpse into the outside world, just look to the
members of the Manchester faculty.
It’s likely your teacher has lived or studied abroad and
holds the highest degree in his or her field – most have a
Ph.D. Every teacher is an advisor and vice versa, and the
student-to-faculty ratio is 16 to 1. The result: a clear path
to success, and plenty of guidance to get there.
Exceptional students, outstanding faculty and a tradition of
academic excellence are the secrets to Manchester’s success.
But our success is no secret at all:
- Manchester is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, and is
a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
- For 18 consecutive years, U.S.News & World Report has ranked
Manchester as a “Best College.”
- Princeton Review ranks Manchester as a “2012 Best College in the Midwest.”
- Washington Monthly magazine ranks Manchester 14th among the
nation’s baccalaureate colleges for its “contribution to the public good.”
In 2012, Manchester received a $35 million grant from
Endowment Inc., citing the institution’s accomplished
and promising future. It’s a wonderful endorsement
mission, and a confirmation of what the world sees
in Manchester University and the people who come here.