Millersville University wants to ensure transfer students transition easily to their new home. While transfer students may have experience at least at one other institution, each college is different and it will take some time to acclimate to MU. Our aim is that these pages will provide you with valuable information to make your transition to MU easier.
Please feel free to explore the Transfer Resources topics to the left for different information and connections on campus.
If you have questions anytime throughout the transfer process please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Millersville University students access their MyVille portal to check their email and get important news. Students are strongly encouraged to check their email often, at least once a day. Directions to activate this account are located in your Getting Started brochure. MAX is the Banner portal that allows students to add/drop classes, see official grades, pay bills online, check the progress of degrees (through Degree Works), and view your class schedule. Desire2Learn (D2L) is the online learning management software utilized by Millersville (similar to Blackboard or Moodle). Students experiencing difficulty can contact the Help Desk.
Millersville is a wireless University allowing students to bring their own laptops, tablets, and other mobile devices. There are also numerous computer labs available for student use. Students are given a print quota of pages based upon published semester allotments (or a GoPrint $$ total credit) per semester. When printing, students will use a GoPrint station where they log in and print documents waiting in their account.
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Currently, transfer students are allowed to register along with current students or as soon after being admitted. However, transfer students are strongly encouraged to consult with their Department Chair/Transfer Contact from their major department regarding which classes to register (Click here for a list of department contacts). Students will be assigned an academic advisor closer to their start date. Students may consult with a general advisor in Academic & Student Development (717-871-5333) until their advisor is assigned.
Registration “appointments” (times when your able to begin registering) are based on the number of credits earned (and in our system) and the first initial of your last name. Click here for class schedules and the Registration Appointment Schedule. The earlier students register for classes the better chance they have of being able to choose the classes they need. This is especially important for students transferring in at Junior level and may need to complete major related prerequisite classes before proceeding further into their major classes. Prior to each
Students who have not taken
After you start at Millersville, all undergraduate students are required to have a TAP (Term Advising Pin) in order to register for the fall or spring terms. You will receive your TAP from your academic advisor during the advisement period. Entering transfer students are exempt from having a TAP their first semester at Millersville. However, these students are required to obtain a TAP in subsequent semesters. Transfer students are strongly advised to consult with their Department Chair in order to ensure they are taking the appropriate classes for their time at Millersville. Students should also be aware if any courses haven't yet transferred in and
Transfer Department Contacts: Click here for listing
Each university and college has its own resources, policies, and culture. Attending Orientation is essential to understanding your new community and succeeding at MU. Even if you completed an Orientation program at your previous institution, it is required to complete Millersville’s Orientation program as well so you can learn what we have to offer. Visit the link below for more information and a schedule of orientation.
Office of Transition Programs
All Millersville University students must have a Student ID Card. Keep your I.D. card with you at all times. You'll need it to use the facilities and services at Ganser Library, Gordinier and Lyle dining halls, Brooks and Pucillo gymnasiums, Biemesderfer Stadium, the Student Memorial Center, the Winter Center, Health Services at Witmer Infirmary, and other areas on campus. Incoming transfer students can upload their photo online. This is the preferred method. ID photos can be taken in the ID Office, located in the Boyer Building. Please visit our Photo Submission Help link for upload assistance.
Campus ID Office
Parking permits are required for all vehicles Monday through Friday from
** We now offer a restricted commuter parking permit. This restricted parking permit is available at the parking office only (Lebanon House). This permit will allow you to park in one of two designated restricted areas. Cost of this permit is $50 for the academic year. Permits are limited. Please stop by the Lebanon House for more information, this permit is not available through the parking registration portal.
Once enrolled, students are able to shop for their textbooks either in the University Bookstore (Bookstore Room) or online at various textbook providers (i.e. Amazon, Chegg, etc.). Students can find out which book their classes require, including the ISBN, online at http://store.studentservicesinc.com/Selecttermdept.aspx. Please note, financial aid is not accepted in the Bookstore. Refunds to financial aid grants/loans are generally dispersed early in the semester. Students who need help purchasing books before refunds are dispersed should contact the Financial Aid office for a short-term loan of anticipated refund funds.
Living on campus is a great way to immerse yourself in the Millersville community. Transfer students often chose to live on campus, at least for their first semester or year at MU, to become familiar with the community, with
Various meal plan options are available for students who live on campus as well as off campus at the University’s ten dining facilities. Commuters may choose to take advantage of a meal plan or pay for their food out of pocket as needed. Visit the link below for more information.
Students interested in living off-campus may locate housing:
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