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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Recommended
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Rank: Required
Secondary School Record: Required

Application Fees

$25
Undergrad Application Fee

Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

Address:
700 Fox Chase Rd Jenkintown, PA 19046-3399
Phone: (215) 885-2360
General Site: www.manor.edu
Admissions: http://www.manor.edu/Admissions/index.htm
Application: https://cams.manor.edu/eapplication/login.asp
Manor College
  • Located in Jenkintown, PA
  • Private not-for-profit
  • 901 students enrolled
  • 52% admitted
  • $14,650 annual cost to attend

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • M. from Philadelphia, PA
  • Dec-31-2016 I am a past student here

    Sports: When it comes to playing sports if you canâ??t juggle doing both playing the sport and doing your assignments then I would not suggest you play the sport. This school is not a top division school and does not have any championship team wins and does not pay you scholarship money for playing the sport. You do not want to tire yourself out to the point where you donâ??t want to do your work and fall behind. Make sure itâ??s worth it, and granted the school only has the sports of volleyball, soccer, and basketball. Cell Phone Connection: The location of the school is centered on an area that has a lot of trees near the woods and the buildings themselves are made up of brick walls. You will get a lot of dropped and missed calls and text messages due to the lack of cell phone towers. There is no signal and other areas inside the building are worse. You may get a signal when you are outside, but make sure you have a good cell phone provider when on the schoolâ??s premises. School Book Materials: Being prepared and talking to people who have similar classes are really helpful to know. At this school many of the classes, and even the sciences such as Biology class you donâ??t really need a textbook. They provide a textbook at the library if you need to check it out and read it and more importantly in Biology, all the information you need to know has been consolidated on a powerslide that is given to you. If people who are a year or so older still have their textbooks asks around to see if they would sell it or even give you the book. The best advice when it comes to getting your textbooks would be to buy them internationally at a place such as textbookrush.com where it is much cheaper than renting or buying combined. Making sure overall you are prepared with your calculator, a pen or pencil to write with, and paper and notebooks are the best way to go. Schedule Tutor/Study Groups: The moment you donâ??t understand anything you should schedule a tutoring session with the free tutors they offer in the academic building in the library. Talk to your teachers are needing help because they are more than willing (most of the time) to help you with your questions and to have you succeed. If you have similar students in your class make a study group to help one another with information that the other person may know but you donâ??t and vice versa. Focus: It is easy at this school to get caught up because it is like high school part two type of college. Youâ??ll be known by your teachers personally or even by your face because of the small size of the college. You will make friends and enemies, so make sure that before you call someone a friend that you can really trust them because a lot of people here can be really fake and shady. It can be easy to get into trouble and get distracted when it is so little to do and you have certain kinds of people around. Donâ??t feel obligated to help someone else out all the time as well because you have to take care of yourself first and not overload yourself. Learn from my mistakes on that one. Medical: The only two nurses on campus are only available three times per week during specific morning hours so in the case of a medical emergency you will have to go to the hospital yourself sadly in your transportation and checkups. College Credits: Remember that this is a transfer college so whatever college that you transfer to be sure that Manorâ??s college credits will be taken from your next college in whatever major you are in. Overall I highly recommend that one commutes when coming to this college to have the best experience that they can get out of it at the affordable price that it offers.

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  • Alyssa from Philadelphia, PA
  • Jun-03-2013 I am a current student here

    If you are accepted into the veterinary technology program, be sure to prepare yourself for a stressful fall and spring semester your first year. This program requires a lot of studying and work. Professors throw out a lot of information within the first year of the program.

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  • Cierra from Philadelphia, PA
  • Oct-07-2012 I am a current student here

    If you are looking for a college to get your credits high so that later you can transfer to graduate studies, this is the perect college for you.

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