Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Mansfield University traces its heritage back to 1857, when Mansfield Classical Seminary opened. In 1862, Mansfield became a state normal school. In 1927, it became Mansfield State Teachers College, and in 1960, it broadened its degree offerings and became Mansfield State College. In 1983, it became Mansfield University. A four-year public liberal arts, coeducational, fully accredited institution; Mansfield offers six associate, 30 bachelors, and four masters degree programs, with numerous concentrations available in many of these degree programs. The University is located near thousands of acres of state land, lakes, and spectacular mountain views, including nearby Pine Creek Gorge, which is better known as Pennsylvanias "Grand Canyon." The Mansfield region offers year-around activities ranging from scenic hiking and biking to skiing, hunting, fishing and boating. The area is also alive with festivals, music, museums and malls. Our location is not the only thing that makes us special. Its our commitment to provide students with an environment in which they can find themselves, build on their strengths, and hone leadership skills that will carry them for a lifetime. The university enrolls nearly 2,400 students in the arts, sciences and professional programs. At the core of all programs is our Creed, with its four core values of character, scholarship, culture, and service.

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school_type year_founded religious_affiliation academic_calendar year_2016_endowment address telephone
Public, Coed 1857 N/A Semester $930,144 Alumni Hall, Mansfield, PA 16933 (570) 662-4000
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46 100.0 Pennsylvania Mansfield 759