Student Financial Services

Financial Policies

Payment of University Charges
Semester payments are due May 1 for the summer session, August 1 for the fall semester, and January 1 for the spring semester.

Methods of payment accepted include:

  • Online Payment Options through the Student Account Center
    Students can access the Student Account Center through ChetNet. Parents/others that have been added as an Authorized User can access through the Student Financial Services website.

Make payment online using an e-check. There is no fee for this service.

    Make a payment online using a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express card. Please note that a convenience fee of 2.75% or a minimum of $3.00 (whichever is greater) will be charged by Pay Path for the processing of credit or debit card payments. Manchester University does not receive any portion of this non-refundable fee.

    • Monthly payment option - Manchester University offers a Spartan Payment Plan with interest- free, monthly payments. Login to the Student Account Center and click Payment plans for details and enrollment. Additional information available here.
    • Check or money order payable to Manchester University, mailed to:

    Manchester University
    Attention Student Financial Services
    604 E. College Ave.
    North Manchester, IN 46962

    • In Person payment - Check, cash, or money order Payments can be made Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Student Financial Services office located on the lower level of the Administration building on the North Manchester Campus.

    Students with unpaid balances may lose current enrollment and will not be allowed to register for any subsequent semesters or half semesters. 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 is made according to the schedules below.  Refund of tuition/fees is determined based upon the course delivery method.

    On campus 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
    • 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

    Online Pharmacogenomics summer, fall and spring class refund schedule:

    In the case of official withdrawal from the University or cancellation of enrollment (drop), a tuition/fee refund may be available.  Students who withdraw from (drop) a course prior to the start of the class are eligible for a 100 percent refund.  A withdrawal (drop) on/or after the published start date of the course through to the end of day 7 (calendar days) will receive a 75 percent refund.  No refunds are available beginning on day 8 (calendar days) of the class.

    You can withdraw from (drop) an online course using the following schedule below:

    • Withdrawal or drop before the official start of the class:100 percent refund
    • Withdrawal or drop day 1 – 7 calendar days:75 percent refund
    • Withdrawal or drop on or after day 8:NO REFUND

    Return of Title IV Funds
    Students who receive Title IV funding (Federal Direct Loans) and completely withdraw from the University are subject to the Title IV return of funds calculation as mandated by the U.S. Department of Education.  The Title IV calculation is different from the University’s refund calculation; therefore, a student who withdraws before completing 60 percent of a payment period (semester) may owe the University for charges no longer covered by returned federal aid.  Click here to view the Return of Title IV Funds policy.

    Financial Aid
    Students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for consideration of Federal Direct 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. Email: