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Housing, Dining, and Residence Life 
120 Pinecrest Manor 
Mansfield, PA 16933

Office Hours: M - F 8 AM - 4:15 PM

Phone: 570-662-4934
Fax: 570-662-4138

Chuck Colby, Associate Vice President

About Us



Housing, Dining, and Residence Life

Our Vision

Housing, Dining, and Residence Life office strives to be a leader in developing a premier residential college environment marked by active student engagement in learning and leadership opportunities, attractive price, and quality service. We seek collaborative partnerships with students, faculty and staff, and in our community to engage students in integrated learning and development. Our programs are designed to increase students' capacities and aspirations to achieve intellectual, social, and personal growth thereby providing them a comparative advantage among college graduates. Our students are purposefully engaged in their out of class educational opportunities, initiate a number of the learning experiences that enrich the intellectual life of the campus, and promote a campus environment supportive of learning. 

Our Mission 

Housing, Dining, and Residence Life is a self-supporting program that exists as an integral part of the educational program and academic support services of Mansfield University. Living accommodations and support service enhance the university mission for student retention, academic excellence, and community involvement.

Based on the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International Standards the residence life and housing program strives to:

  • Provide reasonably priced residential facilities and services that are safe, clean, attractive, well maintained, and comfortable.

  • Provide a living-learning environment and related programs that address educational, life safety, leadership, diversity, and student development.

  • Provide management services that ensure the efficient and effective administration of all aspects of the program

  • Provide opportunities for students to realize their full potential as individuals, members, of the residential community, members of the university, and in society as a whole.

This is accomplished by organizing activities that address individual needs and interests developing policies and procedures, administering residence hall disciplinary procedures, advocating for students, and the training and supervision of residence hall staff.

Housing, Dining, and Residence Life is responsible for:

  • Hiring staff
  • Supporting physical improvements in the halls
  • Providing assistance with hall programming
  • Handling discipline
  • Counseling students
  • Coordinating maintenance
  • Everything connected with on-campus living

The Housing Operation is an integral part of the Residence Life Office that oversees room assignments, changes, and custodial services.

The Residence Life Office welcomes suggestions and takes your complaints seriously, so speak up! (We also accept compliments).

 

Resources

2014 THANKSGIVING BREAK INFORMATION
(Click for break closing information)

 

Spring 2015 Housing selection begins Thursday, November 6th!

New Students for spring semester, follow the link for "First year and New Student Housing Procedure". (If you are an upperclassman who did not live on campus for fall, 2014 and wish to move on to campus for spring 2015, please follow the New Student Procedure.)

Returning Students, follow the link for "Returning Student Housing Procedure", or see the email from Housing.