The Office of Academic and Human Development is committed to providing equal access to all students as they pursue a higher education at Mansfield University.


The Academic Advising Center assists students in developing their educational and career goals.
South Hall
(570) 662 - 4824 
FAX: (570) 662 - 4149

  • Academic Advising offers regular meetings between the student and advisor to take specific action to improve the student’s academic progress. In addition, new students are assigned a faculty advisor from their department and will report to them regularly for course and progress advisement.
  • Athletic Mentoring supports student-athlete’s development in academics, personal development, career development and community service.
    • (570) 662 - 4828
  • Minority Mentoring Support monitors the academic progress of racially/ethnically underrepresented students. 
    • South Hall
      (570) 662 - 4692

The Learning Center offers supplemental instruction through study skills workshops, subject-tutoring, and writing center services.

144 South Hall
(570) 662 - 4436

The Services for Students with Disabilities Coordinator helps to ensure that necessary services are provided for students with disabilities. These services include, but are not limited to, Books on Tape, Testing Accommodations, Library Accommodations, Note Takers, Reading Assistants, Residence Hall Accommodations, Scheduling and Class Accommodations, Signer/Interpreter, Tutoring, Transportation, and various Assistive Technologies as needed.

144 South Hall
(570) 662 - 4436

This program is designed to assist students who are first generation college students, low income, and/or physically or learning disabled with academic achievement, persistence and graduation goals. Program participants will receive special academic, financial, and personal support services to help insure that they are successful in their courses, make regular progress toward graduation, and persist in postsecondary education.

211 Doane Center
(570) 662 - 4365


The Mansfield University Counseling Center is committed to the success of our students. We offer individual, couples, and family counseling to students. A Counselor is on-call for crisis situations after hours regular fall and spring academic year. The services of the Counseling Center are supportive of the academics and are not to replace long-term out patients therapy programs. A student requiring psychiatric evaluation will be referred accordingly. Drug and alcohol assessments can be completed at the Center and students requiring more treatment may be referred to an outside agency or program. Our services are strictly confidential.

144 South Hall
(570) 662 - 4436



The Career Center assists students with discovering and developing personal strengths and skills that will enhance their success as a student and build a strong foundation for leadership and career-seeking. Services and resources include, but are not limited to, career/major exploration, internships, job searching, graduate school, resumes/cover letters, interviewing, and professional development. An online job and internship database is maintained via the Mountie Career Connection.

Ground Floor, Alumni Hall
(570) 662 - 4133


Services are offered through the Campus Police Department. These services include, but are not limited to, 24-hour Police Protection, Campus Police Safety Escort, Crisis Situation programs, Drug & Alcohol awareness, Emergency Blue Light-Phones throughout campus, Parking Accommodations, Mountie Shuttle service, and a variety of Personal Safety programs.

Doane Center
(570) 662 - 4900


The Sandra B. Linck childcare center is operated by Scott's Day Care Centers in a separate facility located at the corner of Holden Place and Wilson Avenue. The center accepts children of students, faculty and staff in a licensed and insured program. The center is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Children between the ages of 13 months through six years can be accommodated.

Scott’s Day Care
(570) 662 - 4080

United Campus Ministry

“A Partnership of Mind & Faith”

UCM exists not to replace one's religious tradition, but rather to be an extension of that tradition during your time at Mansfield. We are here to explore with and guide students as new ideas, new living experiences, new choices and new horizons are faced.

112 Pinecrest Manor
(570) 662 - 4432 or (570) 662 - 4431

Honors Program
This program is designed for students with a strong record of academic achievement and desire for new learning experiences. It is the goal of the Honors Program to provide participating students with the knowledge, skills and opportunities to achieve their full potential during their academic career at Mansfield University.

Dr. Adrianne McEvoy
110 Pinecrest Manor
(570) 662-4742

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