The first step in taking an online class at Mansfield University is accessing your campus services account information. Login to My Accounts.You will then be provided with your e-mail account information, your Desire2Learn & WebAdvisor login information. For further information concerning these and other Campus Technology services, access our Getting Started with CT page.
Course requirements Review the course requirements for any required specific meeting times (synchronous) for which you must be available to engage in class activities, such as on-campus, proctored, or online tests and/or required discussions/communications.
Hardware/software Requirements Make sure that your computer meets minimum technical specifications. (Some courses may require additional hardware and/or software).
Login to your course using Desire2Learn. Sign into your online course(s) following the instructions outlined on the Desire2Learn (D2L) website. You can also access D2L by clicking on its link under the 'Quick Links' menu located in the navigation bar of the Mansfield University website.
As you prepare to take your online class at Mansfield University be sure to review the e-mail policies. All communication between faculty and students for online courses is done through your Mansfield University Mounties e-mail account.
The integrity of communication between students and others in the University community is essential. Whether communicating via University email systems or within the official learning management system, all students are responsible for ensuring the integrity of their communications. All students are required to maintain unique identifying and password information and to ensure that these are secure at all times. When students log into a university computer system or course, they are required to enter the unique information that verifies their identity. Intentionally sharing or authorizing others to use the unique information is a violation of University acceptable use policies and could lead to disciplinary action.
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The Enrollment Services offices are located in South Hall. You will find assistance with financial aid, course registration, and your student account. Visit their website for useful links to:
The Admissions Office will assist you in applying for acceptance at Mansfield University. They will also assist you with transferring credits.
The Student Affairs division provides quality programs and educational activities to enhance learning and personal growth by complementing the academic efforts of students.
The campus bookstore is your place for Mansfield University new and used textbooks, gear and supplies.
The mission of MU's Career Center is to provide students and alumni the best possible career development opportunities to prepare for effective, successful, and satisfying life-work.
The MU Library is accessible from off-campus for students taking online classes. "Click here" for an instructional video on how to use the Mansfield University Library. Simply use the bar code number located on your ID card.
Do you still have questions? Contact the Distance Education Office by calling 570-662-4244. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.