We're making college affordable.


We're here to help.

We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic and related economic uncertainties have created financial anxiety for many students and their families. Our students - many of whom are the first in their family to go to college - work hard to pay for their education. Every dollar matters.

Below are some of the ways we've responded in the wake of the pandemic to make a college education more affordable, and that prove Manchester to be one of the best in the state and nation for providing financial aid:  

  • Enrollment Deposit Waived   
    We’re waiving the $250 enrollment deposit for fall 2021. Students who are ready to commit to Manchester should complete the Intent to Enroll form at www.manchester.edu/commit.
  • Undergraduate Tuition Freeze  
    To ensure affordability and predictability for students and families, we are freezing undergraduate tuition for the 2021-2022 school year. Read more >
  • Indiana Tuition Bridge Program  
    For qualified Indiana students, the Indiana Tuition Bridge Program combines state and federal grant funding with Manchester scholarships and bridges the gap to affordability, eliminating out-of-pocket tuition expenses for up to four years.
  • Academic Scholarships
    Academic scholarships are determined based on unweighted cumulative high school GPA and range from $12k-$22k per year.  
  • Multicultural Excellence in Leadership Scholarship  
    A new full-ride scholarship, renewable for a total of four years, designed to lift up exceptional and talented students who identify as a racial or ethnic minority. Read more >

Consider this:

Because of the generous scholarships and financial aid we offer, on average, a Manchester student pays only 37% of the advertised annual list price!

List us on your FAFSA (Code 001820) and complete an application to receive a financial aid award package from Manchester and find out how much aid you can qualify for. You'll be surprised to learn just how affordable we really are!


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