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Manchester  University

Manchester University

Manchester University offers more than 70 areas of undergraduate study, three master's programs (accountancy, athletic training and pharmacogenomics) and a professional doctorate in pharmacy to about 1,400 students from 26 states and 19 countries. The independent, liberal arts school is located in North Manchester, Ind., where 73 percent of the students live on the 120-acre campus. Our four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program, as well as the athletic training and pharmacogenomics master's programs, are on a Fort Wayne, Ind., campus.
Manchester has deep roots in the Church of the Brethren; about 6 percent of the students are members of the denomination.


Degrees offered
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Associate of Arts, Master of Athletic Training, Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics, Master of Accountancy, Doctor of Pharmacy, dual degree in pharmacy/pharmacogenomics

20 NCAA Div. III varsity sports


Clubs and organizations
More than 60 student organizations


Religious affiliation
Church of the Brethren


Financial aid
100 percent of new undergraduate students receive financial aid. The average size of our financial aid package is $21,813.


Success rates
96 percent employed, in further studies or in voluntary services within six months of graduation (5-year average based on graduating classes ranging from 247-357 students and a minimum 85.6 percent knowledge rate)


Student to faculty ratio
14 to 1