High school students of all ages, their families and friends will get a taste of campus life and discover why leading college guides say Manchester University is among the “Best in the Midwest” and a great value.
The independent liberal arts school is hosting four Spartan Days for prospective students this fall on its northern Indiana campus in North Manchester. Dates will be: Friday, Oct. 18; Friday, Oct. 25; Saturday, Oct. 26; and Saturday, Nov. 9.
Spartan Days visitors will tour the campus, meet current students, discover academic and Division III NCAA athletics opportunities, learn about scholarships and financial aid, talk with faculty and admissions counselors and receive a complementary lunch. Those who visit on Fridays also can sit in on a class.
Manchester also welcomes prospective students for individual visits on weekdays and some Saturdays during the academic year. Transfer students also have special visit days tailored to their needs on Monday, Nov. 18 and Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Manchester University offers more than 55 areas of baccalaureate study, master’s degrees in education and athletic training, plus a professional Doctor of Pharmacy degree on its Fort Wayne campus. The beautiful 100-acre residential campus in North Manchester is home to 1,285 students from 21 states and 23 countries.
For more information about Manchester University and to make a reservation for Spartan Day or any campus visit, click on Visit Campus atwww.manchester.edu/admissions or connect at 800-852-3648 or [email protected].