Multicultural Student Orientation
A supplement to the general Welcome Week (New Student Orientation) program formed to help create fellowship among the students of different racial & ethnic backgrounds adjust to life at Manchester University and North Manchester, Indiana. New students will have the opportunity to interact with each other as well as acquire knowledge from current students, faculty, staff and alumni. It will also allow new students to learn about the services, programs and other opportunities available to them.
There are at least forty (65) student run organizations available at Manchester University. There are five (5) organizations that are associated with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and may be of interest to new students:
Located at 605 E. College Ave, North Manchester, IN, the Intercultural Center serves ALL students of Manchester University by offering a space to study, exchange knowledge, relax and share time with other students of various backgrounds and interests. It also serves as a meeting place to several student organizations (Asian Awareness Association; Black Student Union; Hispanos Unidos; Manchester University International Association).
The lower level of the Center contains a lounge area including a kitchen, stereo, cable tv and bathroom. The upper level includes the Director of Intercultural Service's office, a small computer lab and a separate conference/study room for small groups or individual students.