Manchester College

Manchester College

Manchester College is a coeducational liberal arts and sciences college located in North Manchester, Indiana. The United Brethren Church established the school as the Roanoke Classical Seminary in 1860. In 1889, the college shifted to North Manchester and adopted its present name. Manchester College currently occupies a 125-acre campus. Students can pursue associate of arts and bachelor's degrees in over 55 fields of study.

Manchester College is distinguished as the first US college to offer a Peace Studies Program. Notable alumni of the college include Nobel Prize winner Paul Flory, UN official Andrew W. Cordier, inventor of Teflon Roy J. Plunkett, and several others. Manchester College's athletes participate in NCAA Division III in soccer, baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, tennis, and track and field. Manchester College is also home to several clubs and organizations, including the Campus Interfaith Board, intramural sports, and Alpha Psi Omega.

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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