Manor College has recently been ranked #3 on the list of safest colleges in the country by StateUniversity.com. This list is compiled by analyzing Cleary and FBI data on the following categories: the number of weapon occurances, drugs, burglary, vehicle theft, arson, larceny, robert, non-forcible rape and more. Other colleges included on the list are Kent State University, Gordon College, Foothill College and Massachusetts School of Law. With over 4,500 institutions nationwide, being listed as the top 3 for safety is truly something remarkable for Manor College. Dr. Jonathan Peri, President of Manor College, stated “Manor College has a long-standing reputation as one of the safest colleges in Pennsylvania.“ said Manor College President, Jonathan Peri, JD, PhD. “ This new acknowledgment recognizes Manor’s rightful place in national safety rankings. It is fitting, as we are also the best priced private college in Pennsylvania, we are local, and our faculty are hands-on. Really, anyone who is thinking about college in these times should have Manor College at the top of their list.” Allison Mootz, Dean of Students and Vice President of Student Affairs stated, “All of us at Manor pride ourselves on the safety of our campus community and our ranking of 3rd on the list of Safest College shows that the hard work of our Public Safety staff, our Compliance Manager, and all staff, faculty, and students continues to pay off. We are blessed to have a community that cares so deeply about each other and we are proud of this distinction.” The college community is excited about this ranking and gives credit to the diligent Public Safety team who work tirelessly to keep Manor College safe. Learn more about Public Safety at Manor College here.
Manor College held a Virtual Ukrainian Dialogue on October 15 at 6 p.m via Zoom webinar. Panelists included Ambassador of Ukraine, Volodymyr Yelchenko, Member of Parliament of Ukraine, Honorary Solomiia Bobrovska and Chief Editor of the Kyiv Post, Brian Bonner regarding the political philosophies of President Zelenskyy. President of Manor College, Jonathan Peri facilitated the discussion. Manor College holds dialogues focused on Ukrainian-American affairs twice a year, this being it’s ninth dialogue in the college’s history. The discussions always create meaningful and important conversation and are well-attended by various members of the Ukrainian community. Previous topics of conversation included women in politics in Ukraine, Kyiv patriarchy and hacking in New Russia. This year, the topic was centered on the political philosophies of President Zelenskyy. Ukraine’s Ambassador to the United States, Volodymyr Yelchenko stated, “I am confident that regardless of who wins this year’s US election, our friendship and strategic partnership will continue to grow, as both Ukraine and the United States are committed to strengthening these relations.” Topics of discussion included the United States partnership with Ukraine, the upcoming elections and President Zelenskyy. View the entire dialogue here.