In an effort to save students money, Manchester University says it is waiving a deposit charge again this year. Incoming undergraduate students this fall will not be required to pay the $250 enrollment deposit.

Ryon Kaopuiki, vice president for enrollment at Manchester, says the move is part of a continued effort to help students and families who are experiencing disruption and uncertainty.

“We waived the deposit last year, and we heard from many students that waiving the deposit helped their families,” Kaopuiki said in a news release. “We want to make sure the high school class of 2021 has that same opportunity.”

Kaopuiki says if students have already deposited the funds, a credit will appear on student bills in the fall. He says if students have not yet made the deposit, an Intent to Enroll form will need to be completed. 

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