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Residence Life & Housing 
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

Welcome to Residence Life and Housing!

Now is the time to get in on the ground floor of Mansfield University's new suite style housing!

Phase I is the first phase of new housing designed to dramatically alter Mansfield University's housing landscape. Beginning with two contemporary, up-to-date buildings situated on the beautiful mountainside overlooking town, valley, and the distant countryside. Oak and Hickory Halls feature 632 beds designed for student privacy and comfort. Phase II will open in the fall of 2013. Sycamore and Spruce Halls will add 684 additional beds featuring more suites providing even more privacy as requested by students. Amenities include:

  • Individual bathrooms in each suite (five rooming styles to choose from – two students per bathroom in all)
  • Ample numbers of private room options
  • Individually controlled air conditioning and heating
  • Coed housing, every other unit
  • One-card security access to building and floors and entry door camera coverage
  • Carpeted bedroom and living areas
  • Cable TV
  • High-speed wired and wireless internet connectivity
  • Suite options with living space ranging from 300 to 1070 square feet
  • Free laundry facilities and trash disposal on each floor
  • Group project areas and study lounges on each floor
  • Multipurpose recreation area and large-screen TV lounge in common areas (also featuring technology for student and/or academic presentations in the living area)
  • Game room for shooting pool, etc.
  • Recreational kitchen in each hall
  • Professional staff supported by Graduate Assistants and Resident Assistants residing in each building facilitate academic assistance, liaison and promote individual support to students.

Thoughtful building design incorporates a living-learning opportunities that promote student academic success. Individual floors provide group project rooms and study lounges, space utilized by academic tutors, counselors, and study sessions for individual or team projects. Ground floor access to both buildings' multipurpose rooms affords abundant opportunity for lectures, performances, exhibits, or social functions.