Millersville welcomes applicants from other regionally accredited institutions.
Nationally, 60% of students begin their education at one institution and complete their bachelor’s degree at another. Most General Education Course Requirements can be completed at any regionally accredited institution. Over 100 majors and concentrations within majors can be completed at Millersville. Click here for a complete list of majors available at Millersville University.
Credits Accepted at Millersville University
- Credits in which students have earned a grade of “C” or higher are typically accepted as long as MU offers an equivalent course. Elective credits may be awarded if an exact equivalent does not exist. Credit cannot be awarded for bible, religion or theology courses; participation in athletics or for internship or cooperative education experiences. Click here for a course equivalency lists. A special agreement between the 13 PA Community Colleges and the 14 PASSHE institutions, allows grades of “D” to be accepted, excluding those earned in English Composition and Public Speaking. Completion of an Associate Degree is not required for admissions. However, many students will chose to complete an AA or AS degree prior to enrolling at MU.
- Millersville University is accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) and will accept credits from other regionally accredited institutions (see list on left).
- Credits are accepted from DANTES and USAFI programs.
- International transfer students must arrange for an evaluation from World Education Services (WES) or American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)
Millersville operates on rolling admissions and applications are reviewed as they become complete.
- March 1 for fall (August) semester enrollment
- October 1 for spring (January) enrollment
After an application has been submitted, students may create an account to check the status of the application online.
Multiple visit experiences are offered. Take a virtual of campus or come to campus. Click here to find a date that works with your schedule. Transfer Information Sessions are offered weekly and include a 40 minute presentation and optional campus tour. These small groups (4-8 students) cover general information, the application / admission / registration process, credit transferability and Q&A with time for individual one on one questions as needed.
Dual Admissions Programs with Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) and Reading Area Community College (RACC)
The Dual Admission Programs are designed for students who plan to complete an Associate Degree prior to enrolling at Millersville. They are primarily advisement programs that provide ongoing credit evaluations that show how community college credits fit towards a Millersville degree. The program is designed exclusively for students who intend to complete an Associate Degree at one of the participating institutions prior to beginning at Millersville. It is recommended that application be done prior to the completion of 45 college credits. Applications are available from the transfer centers at the 2-year institutions.
Non Pennsylvania Resident Tuition Discount
Academically strong transfer applicants who are non-residents of Pennsylvania may be eligible for a tuition discount of approximately $3,000. The discount is granted to non Pennsylvania residents who have achieved a 3.5 or higher GPA at a regionally accredited institution, and have earned at least 12 transferable college level credits when they begin their enrollment at MU. A combined GPA will be calculated for students who have attended multiple post secondary institutions. The discount cannot be applied until the final transfer college transcript is received and processed. Students will be notified of the discount within 5 weeks of receipt of the final transcript. This is a discount, not a scholarship. The amount would be deducted from the tuition bill. Additional details are included with eligibility letters.
Accepting the Offer of Admission
Receipt of the confirmation fee (click here for instructions) leads to the “next steps” of the application process.
Students will be provided with:
- a degree audit showing where previous credits fit towards the Millersville degree
- contact information of an academic adviser within their (major) department
- an invitation to orientation and other special events for incoming transfer students
Advisement and Registration
- All incoming students who have confirmed their intent to enroll at Millersville are strongly encouraged to contact an academic adviser by phone, email or face-to-face meeting. Each incoming student will be assigned to an academic adviser within his or her major department.
- Academic Advisement at Millersville is provided by our faculty members. Click here for a list of advisers.
- Click here for additional “advisement and next steps for transfer students” information.
- Registration at Millersville begins in April for the fall and in November for the spring semesters and is on-going through the first week of the semester. It is primarily by credit priority (those with the most credits register first) and is done on-line and does not require a special trip to campus. Special “Transfer Advisement Days” are offered in December and in July for incoming students. Invitations are sent via email.
- Web Schedule and Registration Guide
Placement testing will vary for each incoming transfer student depending on academic background and major.
- Math: Transfer students who have received credit for a college-level math course should contact the math placement coordinator to see if they must take this test. Email email@example.com, or call 717-871-7668. Click here for additional details.
- Chemistry: The Chemistry Department does not administer a formal chemistry placement test. Students with math placement test results of 101 or better have the option of registering for CHEM 110 or CHEM 111. Click here for additional details.
- Foreign Languages: Students who wish to take a foreign language at the 101 or 102 elementary level do not need to take the placement exam. For those who have had 0-1 year of high school FORL, it is recommended that you sign up for 101; with 2 years of foreign language study, we recommend that you register for 102. If students are interested in placement at the Elementary 102 level, please complete the online placement form requesting placement at that level based on your previous language experience. Your request will be reviewed and you will be contacted via email with a response to your request.
Transfer Orientation & Advising Day is a one-day orientation program offered in the summer for students beginning classes in the fall semester and the winter for students beginning classes in the spring semester. A $50 orientation fee is automatically applied to your tuition bill and covers meals and program expenses. Click here for details for registration and additional information.
800 MU ADMIT (800-682-3648)
Academic and Student Support Services (Advisement):
Undergraduate Transfer Credit Coordinator:
Office of Transition Programs
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