Community is about feeling at home
Freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus if not commuting from home. Trained resident advisers staff the wings in each of our 9 halls and sponsor activities to foster a sense of community. All residence halls are equipped with electronic card access devices.
Upperclassmen can select from a variety of options offered by Student Lodging, Inc. that are adjacent to campus, or they may choose to live in private housing.
For in depth information please visit the Housing and Residential Programs full website.
The Marauder spirit is found in the men and women who compete in 19 intercollegiate sports, and in the faculty, staff, fellow students and neighborhood fans who cheer them on. Information on how to become a Marauder Athlete is in the Athletics website.
Are you looking to:
- develop your leadership skills?
- have practical experience you can take with you into the "real world"?
- meet other student leaders?
- learn more about your leadership style?
- receive individualized attention to your leadership development?
Then check out the Leadership Development Opportunities Millersville offers.
Freshman Year Experience
Approximately 900 incoming freshmen students have the opportunity to explore the new and exciting world of college together. Bard, Gaige, Harbold & Hull Halls are comprised of undeclared, earth science, chemistry, physics, math, and sociology/anthropology majors.
Committed to Protecting Our Environment
As a member of the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium, Millersville is collaboratively helping at a state-wide level to conserve and protect our natural resources for the benefit of current and future generations. Learn more about our environmental stewardship.
Community service (volunteering) and service-learning are great ways to get out into the community. By working with community organizations, leaders, volunteers and participants you'll enhance your classroom learning with experiences that expand your boundaries and challenge your assumptions about the world around you. You can develop career-related skills, or use abilities and interests that may not relate to your major. You may even discover new talents! All while making the community and the world a better place.