What it costs
2012–13 Tuition, Fees, and Housing
Tuition: $ 25,580
Fees: $ 896
Room: $ 5,800 (Garver Hall)
Board: $ 3,700 (Traditional meal plan)
Total Direct Costs: $ 35,976
There will also be costs associated with books, travel and other personal expenses.
How we help
Every student at Manchester University receives financial aid.
In 2011–2012, the average financial aid package was $28,460.
That’s money students don’t have to pay back.
Manchester invests more than $3 million in awards to each incoming class,
which include academic scholarships, scholarships recognizing special
abilities and need-based grants. Factor in loans and a job on or off our
campus, and most Manchester graduates leave owing about $5,000 less
than the average private college graduate.
The Triple Guarantee
At Manchester, success isn’t an option – it’s guaranteed.
Manchester’s Triple Guarantee offers affordability,
graduation and results:
1) Financial aid for all full-time students
2) Graduation within four years for all full-time students, or pay no tuition for credits needed at Manchester to graduate in five years
3) A job or enrollment in graduate school within six months of graduation, or return for a full year tuition-free
Where to apply
You can apply after completing your junior year of high school
or transfer from another college or university. We consider every
aspect of your application, but we base our decision on how
far you’ll go at Manchester – and beyond.
Apply online now at www.manchester.edu/admissions.