Why choose the Manor College University Center?
With so many schools and options, selecting the right educational provider is key. Manor College offers programs that are responsive to the changing global market with relevant curricula and highly credentialed faculty, providing students with rich learning opportunities to prepare them for success in today’s workforce.
Only at the Manor College University Center can you earn your Associate degree, undergraduate, and graduate degrees all while taking advantage of the welcoming, caring, personalized, and high quality education and values Manor College is known for.
Our beautiful campus offers ample free parking, full dining and cafe options, recreational activities, and residential halls with the convenience of easy access to public transportation. The Basileiad Library also offers online and hard copy scholarly resources, plenty of technology and free wireless network options, as well as quiet study and student gathering space.
Manor College values your education, time, and success. That is why you should choose to Start at Manor and Finish at Manor.
How do I get started?
Getting started is easy! If you have earned your Associate degree from Manor or another institution, begin by either contacting the partner institution directly for the program you would like to enter or, at Manor, contact Dr. David Greenhalgh, Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs, at 215-885-2360, ext. 223 or at email@example.com.
If you do not currently hold an Associate degree, please call Manor College’s Admissions Office at 215-884-2216 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Depending on your current level of education and your work experience, you may qualify for one of Manor’s accelerated degree programs.
What are the admissions requirements for the Bachelor’s and Doctoral degrees currently offered by the Manor College University Center?
Each University Center partner determines its own admissions requirements. For more information, please contact each University Center partner directly or contact Manor’s Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. David Greenhalgh, at 215-885-2360, ext. 223 or email@example.com.
How long will it take for me to complete the program?
The duration of each program depends on the curriculum sequence, number of transfer credits and the student’s schedule. To learn more, contact the University Center partner institution directly or contact Manor’s Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. David Greenhalgh at 215-885-2360, ext. 223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When do the programs begin?
Each University Center partner determines when to accept new students. Contact each partner institution directly for specific start dates or contact Manor’s Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. David Greenhalgh at 215-885-2360, ext. 223 or email@example.com
Where are courses offered?
Partner institution courses are held at Manor College, which is the beauty of the University Center. Students who have received their Associate degrees from Manor can pursue their Bachelor’s degree or a graduate degree from a partner institution at Manor College without giving up the convenience of location, personal attention and small college environment that they enjoyed at Manor. If you already have an Associate degree or higher from another institution, this is your opportunity to take advantage of all the resources and support that Manor College and our Jenkintown location has to offer.
How are courses offered?
Each partner’s courses are structured differently to fit into your busy schedule while maintaining the highest standards in teaching and curricula. Contact the University Center partner institution for more information.
Manor College also offers — as part of the Adult Degree Program — daytime, evening, online, Saturday accelerated courses, and hybrid courses. Courses for the accelerated track run during the traditional fall and spring semesters, but also during summer sessions, a three-week semester in May and an intercession in December, all in order to move students through the program in 18 months. Manor College has strong partnerships and articulation agreements to makes seamless transfer to the Bachelor’s degrees available at the University Center @ Manor College.
Is financial aid available?
Financial aid may be available depending on your specific situation. Students without an Associate degree should call Manor College’s Financial Aid Office at 215-884-6051. Students with an Associate degree may contact the University Center partner directly for more financial aid information.
What if I have additional questions?
If you do not currently hold an Associate degree, please call the Manor College Admissions Office at 215-884-2216. Students with an Associate degree should contact the University Center partner directly with additional questions or contact Manor’s Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. David Greenhalgh at 215-885-2360, ext. 223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.