In preparation for continuing your academic pursuits, please review the Orientation Packet and New Student Information available to you. We want this to be a smooth transition for you. Please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to assist you.
Remember to use our Orientation Packet to help you get started. Included is information on how to establish an advisor and set up your accounts. Pay special attention to the information available to you on this website. If you run into problems, then please do not hesitate to contact us in the Office of Graduate Admissions.
Fall registration will continue for new students. Prior to scheduling, students should meet with their academic advisor and then email the pre-approved coursework to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please find the registration schedule & instructions posted on the website.
Accessing Account Information
Use the Orientation Packet to help you access My Accounts, access mounties email, locate log-in information for both Student Self-Service, My Mansfield and Desire2Learn (D2L), and search and order books online.
Please allow us at least 24 - 48 hours after course registration before fully activating your student status. In many cases, your log-ins will not have full access until a few weeks before your classes begin. For example, if you are registered for an online course, D2L requires instructors to grant you access to the online course environment located in the "My Courses" section. They may not do this until the first day of classes.
Hard copy invoices will no longer be mailed. Follow these step-by-step directions if you would like to access your invoice online. Otherwise, feel free to pay your bill online via Student Self-Service or mail your payment to Mansfield University, Student Accounts Office, 224 South Hall, Mansfield PA 16933. Questions? Please call the Student Accounts Office at 570-662-4888 or 4889.
Act 48 Continuing Education
If you are a Pennsylvania educator and wish to report credit graduate courses taken at Mansfield University to the Pennsylvania Department of Education, in compliance with the Act 48 requirement, you may do so through our link to Credit Keeper.
If you are planning to transfer course credit, then you must complete a Request to Transfer Graduate Credit form. Read the directions carefully as you must submit additional materials to your respective department and the Office of Graduate Admissions.