MU Closed Wednesday

With the forecast of “a wintry mix changing to snow,” Millersville University has decided to close the campus for Wednesday, November 26.  It is important to note that ALL classes will be held, as scheduled, the remainder of today and tonight.  Only essential personnel are to report on Wednesday. 

 Have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving.

 Policy on Snow Delays/Cancellations

Parent & Family Orientation

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Parent & Family Orientation

Parent and Family Orientation 2013: June 29, July 12, or July 20

To help aquaint you with the Millersville campus, family members of incoming Millersville University students are invited to attend a 1-day Parent & Family Orientation program.  At this time, parents will have the chance to become familiar with a variety of services and resources on campus through interactive presentations and discussion. The program also provides an opportunity for family members to explore the campus and begin to get a feel for the Millersville community.

View a sample schedule of the day's events
*This schedule is subject to change.

Please Note:

  • Reservations must be made ahead of time.  Space is limited and reservations will be honored on a first come/first served basis.  Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate walk-ins.
  • Registration for each Parent & Family Orientation session will close one week prior to the Orientation date (unless the session reaches capacity before then).
  • There is no programming for entering students during Parent & Family Orientation. Students will attend their own Orientation program beginning on August 21st, 2013, and should therefore not plan on attending the Parent & Family Orientation sessions.
  • It is advised that younger siblings not attend this Orientation program
  • Click here to make a reservation

One Book, One Campus 2013

One Book One CampusWe are pleased to announce How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?: Being Young and Arab in America by Moustafa Bayoumi as the One Book, One Campus selection for the 2013-14 academic year. The goal of the One Book program is to stimulate discussion and critical thinking around a common book's theme, enhancing a sense of community among students, faculty, and staff as we engage with each other's diverse perspectives.  Students are asked to read How Does It Feel to Be a Problem before arriving on campus for Orientation.  Copies of the book are available for purchase at the University Store.