Greetings from the campus of Manchester College in Indiana!

Welcome to Manchester College!

Welcome to Manchester College, the college that transforms lives!

We invite you to explore our web site and to visit our campus – you’ll sense the energy of Manchester College. Our students understand that need to prepare for their careers, and they also appreciate that new learning itself expands their lives.

What is so transforming about Manchester College?

  • Our students want to make a difference in the world
  • Our faculty are scholars and teachers and mentors
  • Our campus combines its peaceful setting with easy access to major cities
  • Our students live on campus, learning what it means to live in community
  • Our students have amazing internships and opportunities to study abroad
  • Our students, regardless of major, are active in choirs, jazz bands, athletics, multicultural clubs, drama, Mock Trial team, Model U.N., and many other activities
  • Our seniors get jobs within six months of graduation – at a rate of at least 95 percent

But please, see for yourself! We hope you will schedule a visit soon to Manchester College, or roam our web site to learn about our academic programs, student activities, construction projects, study abroad, athletics, concerts, and more.

Service is a 100-years-strong commitment of the graduates of Manchester College. Our graduates are known worldwide for their work with people in need. This service is amazingly varied – medical service for the poor, tax consulting to nonprofit organizations, teaching in schools for disadvantaged children, pastoring churches through the country, pro bono legal assistance to those who can’t afford to pay an attorney … Manchester College graduates are continually finding fresh ways to give back, to share, to accept the demands of responsible citizenship.

A key phrase in our Mission is to graduate persons of ability and conviction. That dual commitment is our transforming power. We hope this commitment incites you to learn more about Manchester College and to stay in touch.

Jo Young ’69 Switzer

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