NORTH MANCHESTER and FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Manchester University is again waiving an enrollment deposit for certain incoming students. Doctor of Pharmacy students this fall will not be required to pay the deposit, a similar move the university made earlier this month for undergraduate students.
Greg Hetrick, assistant dean of pharmacy enrollment, says the university understands that students are continuing to experience a lot of disruption and uncertainty.
“Manchester waived the deposit last year, and we heard from many students that waiving the deposit removed a barrier that might keep them from moving forward in the admissions process,” said Hetrick. “We want to make sure applicants this cycle have the same opportunity.”
Hetrick says students will need to complete an intent to enroll form to secure a spot in the fall 2021 cohort.