Payment of University Charges
Semester payments are due May 5 for the summer session, August 5 for the fall semester, and January 5 for the spring semester. A monthly payment plan is available beginning with an April 5 start date.
Methods of payment accepted include:
Students with unpaid balances may lose current enrollment and will not be allowed to register for any subsequent terms. Transcripts and diplomas are withheld from those who have not settled their financial obligations to Manchester University, which may include collection fees, attorney’s fees, and court costs.
Students are not fully registered, nor will they have the privilege of class attendance or use of University facilities until their charges are paid. A service charge of 1.5 percent or $30, whichever is greater, may be added to any unpaid balance in the student account as of the last working day of each month.
Refund of Tuition/Fees
In the case of official withdrawal from the University, a refund, less a cancellation fee, is made according to the following schedules:
Pharmacogenomics summer, fall and spring semester refund schedule:
- Withdrawal before the official start of classes: 100 percent refund
- Withdrawal during first three (3) days: 100 percent refund less $250 cancellation fee
- Withdrawal during the first and second weeks (4-10 class days): 75 percent refund
- Withdrawal during the third and fourth weeks: 50 percent refund
- Withdrawal during the fifth and sixth weeks: 25 percent refund
- Withdrawal after the sixth week: NO REFUND
Students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for consideration for student loan eligibility. Questions about financial aid should be addressed to Student Financial Services, Manchester University, 604 E. College Ave., North Manchester, Indiana 46962. Phone: 260-982-5066.
Information Technology Services (ITS)
The Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics program incorporates a great deal of information technology. The Information Technology Services department supports all computer and network technology for the program. The ITS Help desk on the Fort Wayne campus is located in room 121.
The library provides materials to serve the University curriculum, bibliographic and interlibrary loan support for research and instruction in the use of information sources. Library services are available on site, as well as online through the Funderburg Library website (www.manchester.edu/Library)
The Drug information Center on the Fort Wayne campus provides a print and electronic library collection that students may use. Students will be able to use the electronic collection within the main library website and will also have access to a designated page specifically for the program coursework. The print collection will be housed in the Drug Information Center as reference material.