GIVING DAY 2022
Mansfield University’s inaugural Giving Day on April 7-8 was an incredible show of support from the University community with $105,168 raised in 24 hours to enhance opportunities for MU students.
Giving Day has passed, but you can still make an impact in the lives of students with a gift to support student academic and athletic scholarship.
Casey M. Wood '02
General Academic Scholarships
Art (Graphic Design, Art History), Communication, English, and World Languages
Behavioral and Social Sciences (Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Social Work)
Business Administration, Mathematics, and Computer Science
History, Education, Political Science, and Sociology
Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences)
Nursing & Allied Health (Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, Radiology, Nutrition, and Community Health Education)
Scholarships for Athletics
Men's and Women's Cross Country
Men's and Women's Track and Field
Support Sprint Football Program
Sprint FootballSprint football is administered by the
Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL).
Currently, the CSFL does not
permit athletic scholarships
to be awarded to their participating athletes.
Scholarships for Public Safety Institute
Mansfield University Public Safety Training Institute
Support Other Campaigns
As the Class of 1972 celebrates their 50th reunion April 29-30, the class will present a gift to Mansfield University as a way to honor the Class of 1972 legacy. This legacy has the power to transform the lives of MU students – both present and future – by providing them with opportunities they may not have otherwise. The Class of 1972 has committed to raise $50,000 in academic scholarships for the next generation of Mansfield greats. Anyone can support this effort and the Class of 1972's quest to make a difference.Make a Gift
Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma have always formed a dedicated and loyal core of The Spirit and The Pride of Pennsylvania. The KKY/TBE Leadership Awardswill afford each section leader with an annual award to fulfill these vital roles.Make a Gift
The Steve McEuen Low Brass Scholarship was established in January 2022 by McEuen’s wife and Professor, Dr. Susan Laib.
The Steve McEuen Low Brass Scholarship is earmarked for a student who plays trombone, euphonium, or tuba. Preference is to award the scholarship to a first-year or transfer student. The student recipient will be recommended by the Music Department and selected by the Music Scholarship committee.
Steve retired from Mansfield in 2013, after 36 years of teaching in the Department of Music. Over the years, Steve taught numerous courses, including Trombone, Euphonium, and Tuba instruction, Intro to Music, Low Brass Class, Conducting, Symphonic Band, and student teacher supervising. In addition, he ran the MU Elderhostel program during the 1980s. As a member of the Mansfield Brass Quintet, he toured throughout PA and NY, traveled to Lviv, Ukraine, and participated in the self-released recording, “Voluntary: The Mansfield Brass Quintet." He also served as principal trombone of the Williamsport Symphony and bass trombone of the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes, and was a regular “part” of the Spare Parts Dixieland Band and the “Almost World Famous” Wellsboro Town Band. Steve passed away on November 29, 2019, after prolonged chronic illness.Make a Gift
The formal relationship between Mansfield University and the Mansfield Foundation ended on July 30, 2020. As of today, the parties have been unable to reach agreement on a new memorandum of understanding representing the interests of both the University and Foundation. While the University remains willing to enter in further discussions with the Foundation, at this time the University is engaging in its own fundraising campaign. In light of our continuing needs and your desire to partner with us, please address your gift directly to Mansfield University in support of the University's many identified priorities, including student scholarships. Rest assured that your gift to Mansfield University may only be used for the purpose for which you intend.
THE POWER OF THREE
The integration of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities is a bold investment in the communities and people of Pennsylvania. Our mission is to expand high-quality, affordable academic opportunities to support the needs of all learners.
Powerful ideas start here, carried by dynamic stories and voices, resulting in empowered students. Together, we provide financially responsible degree options that maximize experiential learning, career preparation, and efficient time to degree completion.
We're Honoring our History by preserving the founding principles of each campus and continuing our vibrant on-campus student experience, serving as pillars of our communities, supporting students and our neighbors alike.
We're Investing in Today by answering the greatest challenges facing higher education: accessibility, cost, quality, and relevance through the combined strength of our storied institutions.
We're Building a Powerful Tomorrow by boldly changing the trajectory of public higher education to position ourselves for growth, increased access, and to meet economic and workforce development needs in our region, across Pennsylvania and beyond.
THAT'S THE POWER OF THREE.
What Won't Change:
- Our footprint: No campus is closing, and we will deliver robust residential experiences. Students will have a home campus and will not be required to travel between campuses for classes.
- Our collective brand will maintain our names, colors, mascots, and local traditions. The integrated university's name will be used as a secondary element for Middle States and accreditation purposes and announced this spring.
- Our athletic brands: Each campus will retain a full complement of NCAA Athletic programs and we are working to confirm this path in the spring.
- Our academic mission: Students will be able to complete the programs they start; it is our promise to them. Our commitment to a world-class education: Real-time technology will support new collaborative learning environments while program-based field study, semester residency, or other multi-campus experiences will be developed.
- Our commitment to alumni and donors: Foundations and alumni associations remain separate. Donors may still designate funds to support programs or a campus/campuses.
Special note: The formal relationship between Mansfield University and the Mansfield Foundation ended on July 30, 2020. At this time Mansfield University is engaging in its own fundraising efforts. All gifts received online through this giving portal and gifts made payable to Mansfield University will be accepted, administered, and retained by Mansfield University.
More information: State System University Integrations
Do you prefer to mail your gift to Mansfield University?
All gifts made payable to Mansfield University should be mailed to,
Office of Alumni Affairs & Advancement
31 S. Academy St.
Mansfield, Pa 16933
Please include how you wish for your gift to be designated.