McComsey Hall is the heart of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. McComsey Hall is home to the departments of Accounting & Finance, Economics, Foreign Languages, History, Management & Marketing, and Philosophy. The Geography department, part of the College of Science and Technology, is also housed in McComsey Hall.
McComsey Hall houses the Office of the Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 17 classrooms, 2 computer labs (1 PC lab and 1 dual-booting Mac lab), Myers Auditorium, the Ford Atrium, departmental offices, meeting spaces, and faculty offices.
McComsey Hall was named for Sanders P. McComsey (1927-1955), a Millersville graduate, professor of English and Dean of Instruction, and co-author of the Alma Mater of the college. It underwent major renovations and expansion in 2002.