Are you interested in apply to Manor but have a few questions? Our admissions team is always available to help you! They can be reached at admissions@manor.edu or 215-884-2216. In the meantime, we’ve listed out some frequently asked questions!


  • When is the application deadline?

    Manor College offers rolling admissions.  There is no deadline to apply*.

  • How much does your application cost?

    Our application is free, and it only takes about five minutes to complete. Head to manor.edu/apply to start your application! 

  • What are the admissions criteria?

    We review our applications in a holistic approach. Each file is individually reviewed, you will be assigned to an Admissions Counselor that will walk you through the enrollment process.

  • What documents do I need to be admitted?

    Please send in your official high school transcript, SAT*(optional*) , if you are a transfer student we will need an official transcript from each institution you have attended. Keep in mind that a few programs will require a few more items.

  • Where do I send my documents?

    Send your documents to admissions@manor.edu.

  • Who should I contact to get my transcripts?

    Current High School students should contact their Guidance Counselors. Students that have graduated from High School should contact their school or the School District.  Transfer students can request their transcript on their college’s website, it can be sent to Manor’s Admissions Office over the mail or electronically.

  • How do I fill out my FAFSA?

    You can go to fafsa.gov to start your application, then add Manor College (FAFSA Code 003294). You can also set up a “Virtual appointment” with a Financial Aid Counselor, and we will help you complete the application.

  • How do I apply to live on campus?

    Once you have accepted your offer of admission, you can fill out our online housing application to secure your spot in our Residence Hall.

  • How soon after I apply will I receive an admissions decision?

    All admissions decisions are made within two weeks of your application being completed — more often than not, it takes only a few days!

  • Will I still receive an acceptance letter?

    You can check your portal for an electronic decision, your physical letter will be mailed just takes a few extra days.

  • How do I make my deposit?

    You can pay your deposit online or you can give the Admissions office a call at: 267-627-4288.

  • How do I set up a virtual meeting?

    You are able to set up a virtual meeting with both the Admissions and Financial Aid offices right here

  • I want to live on campus and I want to know what my meal plan is going to look like?

    When you live on campus your meal plan is added into your housing cost. You receive every week: 14 meals, plus $75 per week to spend at our coffee shop and dining hall.

  • I would like to get involved with clubs on campus, what do you offer?

    Currently, we house 14 different clubs and organizations! If you have a suggestion to start a new club, you are able to do so through Student Life!

  • I have a learning disability and would like accommodations in my classes, who do I talk to?

    Our Disability Services is run by Dr. Cherie Crosby. When you fill out the request for academic accommodation, you will sit down with Dr. Crosby to go over what your needs are to succeed here at Manor. All accommodations are confidential and only disability services, as well as your professors, know about your accommodations. There is more information about disability services here