Contact Us

Contact Our Office
housing@mansfield.edu

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

Office Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 4:15PM

Phone: 570-662-4934
            570-662-4952
Fax:     570-662-4138

Chuck Colby
Associate Vice President

FAQ


How do I check into my room? How do I find out where I go?

You will receive your housing assignment through your Mansfield University e-mail address prior to the start of the semester. It will list your hall, room number, and, if appropriate, your roommate. You can also view this information by logging onto My Housing through the My.Mansfield web page after July 1st.  On your scheduled check in day, go directly to the front desk of your assigned hall to pick up your key and fill out the appropriate paperwork.

Who do I contact if I have a problem with my room?

Contact your Resident Assistant with any concerns and they will notify our maintenance department and/or the housing department.

What can I bring?

We suggest your day to day living things. Information and suggestions can be found on the Room Essentials Checklist.

What size are the beds?

All beds have twin extra long mattresses for each occupant.  Mattresses measure 36" X 80".

How do I get my mail?

A mail key will be issued to you when all your paperwork is completed at check-in. Most mail boxes are located near the front desk of your building. When mail packages are received, Campus Mail Services will send an e-mail to your Mounties e-mail account. Instructions on where to pick up your package is included in the e-mail.  Mail Services is located in the lobby of Pinecrest Manor.

Who do I contact in an emergency?

Contact Campus police at 570-662-4900. If possible, contact your Resident Assistant or Residence Director to let them know of the situation as soon as possible.

What if I lost my keys or I'm locked out of my room?

Contact your Resident Assistant and they can get you back into your room. You will need to see your Graduate Assistant to order a new key if you lose them.

Who do I contact if I have more questions?

You can contact your Resident Assistant, Graduate Assistant, Residence Director, or come directly to the Residence Life Office.  

How do I find out where I go?

You will receive your housing assignment through your Mansfield University e-mail address prior to the start of the semester. It will list your hall, room number, and, if appropriate, your roommate. You can also view this information by logging onto My Housing through the My.Mansfield web page after July 1st.  On your scheduled check in day, go directly to the front desk of your assigned hall to pick up your key and fill out the appropriate paperwork.

Who do I contact if I have a problem with my room?

Contact your Resident Assistant with any concerns and they will notify our maintenance department and/or the housing department.

What can I bring?

We suggest your day to day living things. Information and suggestions can be found on the Room Essentials Checklist.

What size are the beds?

All beds have twin extra long mattresses for each occupant.  Mattresses measure 36" X 80".

How do I get my mail?

A mail key will be issued to you when all your paperwork is completed at check-in. Most mail boxes are located near the front desk of your building. When mail packages are received, Campus Mail Services will send an e-mail to your Mounties e-mail account. Instructions on where to pick up your package is included in the e-mail.  Mail Services is located in the lobby of We are Manor.

Who do I contact in an emergency?

Contact Campus police at 570-662-4900. If possible, contact your Resident Assistant or Residence Director to let them know of the situation as soon as possible.

What if I lost my keys or I'm locked out of my room?

Contact your Resident Assistant and they can get you back into your room. You will need to see your Graduate Assistant to order a new key if you lose them.

Who do I contact if I have more questions?

You can contact your Resident Assistant, Graduate Assistant, Residence Director, or come directly to the Residence Life Office. We’re always here to help!