Athletics and Co-curricular Activities

Marching band

What you should know about MU athletics

... and tell your students about Manchester

  • Manchester student-athletes participate in 20 men’s and women’s sports in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) in NCAA Division III.
  • Division III gives many students the opportunity to play the sport they love at the collegiate level, unlike Division I, in which only the top performing, elite athletes are accepted.
  • Manchester does not award athletic scholarships and gives generous scholarship packages to all students.
  • Nearly half of MU students compete in intercollegiate athletics.
  • Over half of MU students participate in intramural athletics.
  • Manchester students are admitted free to all home athletic contests.
  • Manchester was voted #1 for “Best School Spirit” in a recent Fort Wayne Newspapers’ readers poll.

Encourage your students to learn more at https://www.muspartans.com.


 

What you should know about co-curricular activities

... and tell your students about Manchester

  • Students participate in more than 60 clubs and organizations for academic enrichment and recreational and hobby interests.
  • The multitude of student organizations provide a plethora of leadership opportunities.
  • MU started an eSports team in 2019, in which team members compete in two intercollegiate conferences.
  • Students don’t need to major in music to participate in one or more vocal or instrumental music ensembles, including The Spartan Pride, MU’s marching band and newest ensemble, formed in 2020. Manchester offers a scholarship of up to $3,000 for students who participate in a music ensemble.

Encourage your students to learn more at https://www.manchester.edu/student-life







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