The Ohio State University at Mansfield
Mansfield, OH, US
|Rating||Score||Liaison||Submission Date||Executive Letter|
|Silver||47.67||Tony Gillund||May 9, 2017||Download|
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The Ohio State University at Mansfield
Bachelor's Degrees: Students can complete all of the requirements at the Mansfield campus for a Bachelor's degree in each of the following: Business, Criminology, Early and Middle Childhood Education (pre-licensure), English, History, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology
Minors: Students can complete the requirements at the Mansfield campus for a minor in: Art Studio, Criminology, Education, English, History, Professional Writing, Psychology, Sexuality Studies, Sociology, Theatre
In addition, students can complete most of the required coursework on the Mansfield campus for a Bachelor's degree in: Criminology, Sociology
...or begin at the Mansfield campus in any of the more than 170 majors offered through The Ohio State University!
At the Master's level, students can complete requirements for degrees in: Early and Middle Childhood Education (Master of Arts), Social Work (Master of Social Work)
|Academic Courses||Complete||5.36 / 14.00|
|Learning Outcomes||Complete||4.35 / 8.00|
|Undergraduate Program||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 3.00|
|Graduate Program||Not Applicable||
Total adjusted for non-applicable credits
|Immersive Experience||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Sustainability Literacy Assessment||Complete||2.00 / 4.00|
|Incentives for Developing Courses||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Campus as a Living Laboratory||Complete||0.40 / 4.00|
Research opportunities at Ohio State Mansfield include, though are not limited to, the following:
Arts & Humanities
Education & Human Ecology
Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology and Microbiology
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Math & Physical Sciences
Faculty in many departments are interested in sponsoring undergraduate research.
|Research and Scholarship||Complete||4.17 / 12.00|
|Support for Research||Complete||4.00 / 4.00|
|Open Access to Research||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Student Educators Program||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 4.00|
|Student Orientation||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 2.00|
|Student Life||Complete||1.50 / 2.00|
|Outreach Materials and Publications||Complete||1.25 / 2.00|
|Outreach Campaign||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 4.00|
|Assessing Sustainability Culture||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 1.00|
|Employee Educators Program||Complete||3.00 / 3.00|
|Employee Orientation||Complete||1.00 / 1.00|
|Staff Professional Development||Complete||1.25 / 2.00|
The Ohio State University at Mansfield is active in and around the community. Multiple events per year are hosted on campus, and students, faculty and staff are active in service projects, volunteerism, and other public engagement opportunities in the Mansfield area.<< show less
|Community Partnerships||Complete||3.00 / 3.00|
|Inter-Campus Collaboration||Complete||2.50 / 3.00|
|Continuing Education||Complete||5.00 / 5.00|
|Community Service||Complete||0.05 / 5.00|
|Participation in Public Policy||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Trademark Licensing||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
The Mansfield Campus Plant Operations & Maintenance (POM) Department oversees eleven major buildings and seven student residence halls (i.e., apartment buildings) totaling approximately 477,000 gross sq. ft. and 640 acres of grounds. The Mansfield Campus project management group is responsible for campus construction, renovation and restoration projects, and current and future space planning.<< show less
|Building Operations and Maintenance||Complete||2.00 / 5.00|
|Building Design and Construction||Complete||0.90 / 3.00|
The Mansfield Campus Plant Operations & Maintenance (POM) Department oversees eleven major buildings and seven residence halls totaling approximately 477,000 gross sq. ft. and 640 acres of grounds at the Mansfield Campus. The Mansfield Campus senior administrative staff seek to incorporate short-term and long-term energy-efficient operations.<< show less
|Building Energy Consumption||Complete||5.61 / 6.00|
|Clean and Renewable Energy||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 4.00|
Dining services on the Mansfield Campus (The Ohio State University at Mansfield and co-located institution North Central State College) are currently operated by The Ohio State University Dining Services.
|Food and Beverage Purchasing||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 6.00|
|Sustainable Dining||Complete||0.25 / 2.00|
Mansfield Campus groundskeeping staff are responsible for the care of campus grounds, which includes mowing, weeding, leaf removal, turf renovation, ornamental and herbaceous planting, pruning and removals.
Also, activities include daily policing of campus grounds to remove trash and debris from lawn, roadways, parking lots, sidewalks, building entryways.
Maintenance and repair of trucks, tractors, riding mowers, golf carts, snow plows, lawn mowers, weed eaters, chainsaws and hand tools are provided by this department.
During the winter, grounds staff is responsible for the removal of snow and ice from parking lots, roadways and sidewalks.
Since the 2007, 95% of annual landscape beds have been reverted to natural perennial beds or lawn, half of manicured lawn areas reverted to fields & woodlands and use of all lawn chemicals ceased.
|Landscape Management||Complete||1.77 / 2.00|
This credit is weighted more heavily for institutions that own or manage land that includes or is adjacent to any of the following:
Institutions may identify legally protected areas, internationally recognized areas, priority sites for biodiversity, and regions of conservation importance using the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT) for Research & Conservation Planning, the U.S. Information, Planning, and Conservation (IPaC) decision support system, or an equivalent resource or study.
The mission of the Business Office and Purchasing Department are to process related activities and to procure high quality goods and services for the best value.
|Sustainable Procurement||Complete||2.50 / 3.00|
|Electronics Purchasing||Complete||0.55 / 1.00|
|Cleaning and Janitorial Purchasing||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 1.00|
|Office Paper Purchasing||Complete||0.46 / 1.00|
The Ohio State University at Mansfield is primarily a commuter campus. The Richland County Transit Board provides bus service for students and staff to the campus several times during the day and evening hours, Monday through Friday. There is a reduced fare for students when they show a current campus ID.
|Campus Fleet||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 1.00|
|Student Commute Modal Split||Complete||0.24 / 2.00|
|Employee Commute Modal Split||Complete||0.04 / 2.00|
|Support for Sustainable Transportation||Complete||0.60 / 2.00|
The Mansfield Campus is pursuing waste management initiatives to respond to the creation of waste generated by student, faculty and staff activities and events, as well as campus building, renovation and construction projects.
|Waste Minimization and Diversion||Complete||0.06 / 8.00|
|Construction and Demolition Waste Diversion||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 1.00|
|Hazardous Waste Management||Complete||1.00 / 1.00|
This credit is weighted more heavily for institutions located in areas of water stress and scarcity and less heavily for institutions in areas with relative water abundance. The points available for this credit are determined by the level of ”Physical Risk QUANTITY” for the institution’s main campus,, as indicated by the World Resources Institute’s Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas and detailed in the following table:
|Rainwater Management||Complete||1.00 / 2.00|
The Dean/Director and the Superintendent of Plant Operations & Maintenance (POM) oversee the coordination and planning for operations at The Ohio State University at Mansfield.
|Sustainability Coordination||Complete||1.00 / 1.00|
|Sustainability Planning||Complete||2.50 / 4.00|
|Participatory Governance||Complete||0.75 / 3.00|
The Ohio State University at Mansfield is committed to campus diversity & affordability initiatives. The campus coordinator’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to: leads up campus diversity initiatives and programs; develops, implements, and evaluates campus diversity plan; serves as coordinator of campus diversity advisory board; advocates for and leads campus efforts to recruit and retain minority students, faculty, and staff.<< show less
|Diversity and Equity Coordination||Complete||1.56 / 2.00|
|Assessing Diversity and Equity||Complete||0.88 / 1.00|
|Support for Underrepresented Groups||Complete||3.00 / 3.00|
|Affordability and Access||Complete||2.67 / 4.00|
The Ohio State regional campuses are part of the overall endowment pool for The Ohio State University. Separate endowment funds are not defined for the regional campuses.
|Committee on Investor Responsibility||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 2.00|
|Sustainable Investment||Complete||1.34 / 4.00|
|Investment Disclosure||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 1.00|
The Office of Human Resources is committed to fostering a culture that attracts, inspires and celebrates excellence in people to ensure that The Ohio State University at Mansfield is successful in realizing its mission.
|Employee Compensation||Complete||1.11 / 3.00|
|Assessing Employee Satisfaction||Complete||1.00 / 1.00|
|Wellness Program||Complete||1.00 / 1.00|
|Workplace Health and Safety||Complete||0.42 / 2.00|
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staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.
The information presented here is self-reported. While AASHE staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.