Mansfield Hall is designed to support students who are college-capable, but who may not yet be fully-ready for total independence at college.
Our students are still building skills in executive functioning, independent living skills, and/or social communication. They may have a diagnosis of ADHD, learning disabilities, Asperger’s Syndrome, nonverbal learning disabilities, or mild autism, but are also capable of pursuing formal post-secondary education and making a supported transition to college and independence.
If you, or your child, would like to learn more about how Mansfield Hall can support diverse learners please review this site and call us to speak to an Admissions Representative.
Our Four-Core Approach
We help students reach their true potential and realize their ultimate goals by developing a customized plan based on our four core approach:
Living. Learning. Giving. Engaging.
Our students are enrolled in for-credit and degree-seeking coursework at the local colleges, engage in a robust and supportive social community, live in a supported and integrated residential environment, and use their talents to give back to others, all while building confidence, resiliency, and executive functioning skills necessary to facilitate their own successful transition to independence within a college setting.
The Mission of Mansfield Hall is to build a community that empowers and supports students with diverse learning needs to earn a college degree, develop authentic living skills, and create a meaningful life.