Mansfield University offers more than 70 programs in the classroom and online. No matter what your interest or career goals, we can help prepare you.
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We accomplish this by focusing on the four core values that have been our tradition since 1912: Character, Scholarship, Culture, and Service.
We believe in integrity. We act with honesty and respect toward others. We take responsibility for our actions and reflect on their impact on ourselves and others.
We believe in learning. We use rigorous, responsible, and critical inquiry to understand existing knowledge, acquire and share new knowledge, and apply what we learn. Each of us is both student and teacher.
We believe in celebrating humanity. We enrich ourselves and others by sharing and exploring our similarities and differences. We honor the past as we invent the future.
We believe in helping others. We work with others to improve the communities in which we now live and will touch in the future. Knowledge invests us with the power to improve our world and the responsibility to act.
In 1912, our student body adopted the above words, emphasizing their order:
"Character as the essential, Scholarship as the means,
Culture as the enrichment, and Service as the end of all worthy endeavor.
Mansfield University is located in Mansfield, Pennsylvania, a rural community located in a scenic, mountainous region 30 miles south of Corning, NY and 48 miles north of Williamsport, PA. The area is noted for its quality of life and numerous recreational opportunities.
Our Admissions team offers a variety of options to plan your visit to Mansfield University!
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Joe Bell recorded a double-double and scored a game-high 28 points but Mansfield could never climb out of a deep hole early in the game in dropping a 85-74 decision to Kutztown in a PSAC East contest Wednesday night on First Citizens Community Bank Court in Decker Gymnasium
McSwain Leads Second-Half Charge, but Mounties Come Up Short Against Kutztown 69-64
What’s green and white and read all over? The Christmas tree in North Hall library.
Mansfield's Mike Rohl has been named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Women's Cross Country Coach of the Year after guiding the Mountaineers to their first conference championship in program history in 2013.
Marie McKee, the president of the Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG) in Corning, NY, will be the speaker at Mansfield University's 149th Commencement on Saturday, December 14, at 1 p.m. in Decker Gymnasium.
The annual Mansfield University holiday choral concerts will feature "Holiday Music From Around the World "on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7 at ...
Mansfield University has launched a redesigned website aimed at providing users with a more dynamic, intuitive navigation. Found at mansfield.edu, the new responsive design also allows users of tablets and mobile devices to experience the site fully.
"In sum, I am betting on MU! Who we are, what we do and where we are going." -President Hendricks #LoveMU #Leadership — Christopher Bridges (atxtopherbridges) November 22, 2013
Congratulations to Cross Country Coach Mike Rohl on being named U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Atlantic Region Women’s Coach of the Year for guiding the Mountaineers to new heights during the 2013 season. In addition to one of the most outstanding seasons in MU cross country, Mike now has the longest [...]
MU students Allison Fehlinger, Joshua Forrest, Brady Watkins, Emily Cromley, Francesca Larose and Campus Minister Courtney Hull traveled to the St. Francis Inn soup kitchen October 25-27, 2013. They spent each day serving meals to over 400 people while living in the Kensington section of North Philadelphia. This picture shows the group following one of the meals. This trip, sponsored by Campus Ministry, is the 8th time Courtney has taken MU students to the St. Francis Inn soup kitchen over the years.
It’s not the best of times or the worst of times at MU right now, but it is a time of intellectual highlights and challenges to the emotion as we go through budget adjustments and faculty/staff reductions. It’s gut-wrenching. People’s lives are profoundly affected. Through it all, nearly everyone has acted in an orderly, [...]
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