Bringing students to campus

Group Visits

Manchester University’s Admissions Office is excited to offer specially arranged visits for big or small groups.  Whether your group has 10 or 210 people who attend elementary school or high school, we are happy to have them experience our friendly and academically driven campus.  Our goal for these group visits is to inspire students to think about higher education and their future.

A traditional group visit would include a campus visit, an admissions presentation customized to the age range of the group, a panel of current Manchester students, and lunch in Manchester’s student Union (Manchester University is only able to provide complimentary lunches to high school groups.  Please contact our group visit coordinator for meal pricing or other meal commendations.)  Other presentations or activities can be arranged per the group’s request.
Online Group Visit Form

If you have any questions about setting up a group visit, please contact our group visit coordinator, Elizabeth Arthur, at 800-852-3648 or by e-mail at

Academic Days

Every fall many of Manchester’s faculty members host special visit opportunities that allow high school students to experience our excellent academic programs first hand.  High school visitors can sit in on classes, tour campus, speak with professors and current students, and enjoy a free lunch in the Union.  For more information on dates and which academic programs will be hosting these types of visit, please call the Admissions Office at 800-852-3648.

Student Success

You’ve been working hard to prepare students for college and life outside of school, and so have we. Our faculty and staff include people like Dr. Jerry Sweeten, 2009 Indiana Professor of the Year. Manchester faculty and staff have a  passion for helping students learn and make a positive impact on the world. We strive for excellence in a range of academic programs, including pharmacy, sales, cognitive neuroscience and education.