Immersive learning opportunities, like the Eel River Project, provide rich, hands-on experiences to develop students into knowledgeable, effective leaders.
Our teams stay strong together on and off the field—whether studying, practicing or sharing a meal.
Manchester’s inter-religious campus welcomes students of all faiths and supports the freedom to practice, express and develop spiritual beliefs and convictions.
Our tight-knit community offers students a safe place to grow where support is there when you need it—from counseling and health services to academic support to assistance at our renowned writing center.
Residence halls are a comfortable home away from home for the majority of students where they develop life-long friendships, strong bonds and participate in fun events, like our annual mud volleyball tournament.
Manchester is a special place where students, faculty and staff draw together and support each other as a community. Kindness and compassion are limitless. We are #MUStrong.
Manchester’s commitment to diversity and inclusion was underscored at the dedication of a Peace Pole to honor three MU students killed in a tragic crash.
With a record total enrollment of 1,599 students, MU has again been named one of the best colleges and best value schools among regional colleges by U.S. News & World Report.
Manchester launches a five-year dual program leading to a master of athletic training degree.
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