Mansfield University of Pennsylvania is beautifully positioned amongst the mountains of north central Pennsylvania. Mansfield is a small, public university that provides academic excellence, personal attention, and a lifetime commitment to all of their students. The town of Mansfield is a small community located 30 miles south of Corning, NY and 48 miles north of Williamsport, PA. The area is noted for its quality of life and numerous recreational opportunities.
The university lies within Tioga County which is home to three state parks, two federal parks, seven lakes, the Pine Creek Rail Trail (hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing trail), and the 50-mile long gorge of Pennsylvania's own - the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. Tioga County is part of the greater Twin Tiers region which encompasses the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania and the Southern Tier of New York.
Regional attractions include the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, the Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum, the Corning Museum of Glass, the Finger Lakes and wineries of upstate New York, the National Soaring and National War Plane Museums, the Watkins Glen International Raceway, the Susquehanna River, and the Endless Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Web links to these and other attractions, accommodations, and area information are listed below. These web links are provided as a convenience to our University visitors. No endorsement by Mansfield University is implied.