Useful Links and Important Forms

Important Forms

Here you can find links to the curriculum sheets for all majors on campus. There are also links to other important advisement forms, such as changing your major or minor, and the general education curriculum sheet. Also check out the Registrar's Student Forms Center in case what you're looking for isn't here.

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Academic Major Form or Change Advisor
Use this form to change, declare, or drop a major

Academic Minor Form or Change Advisor
Use this form to change, declare, or drop a minor

General Education Curriculum Sheet (Purple Sheet) - Effective Fall 2012

General Education Curriculum Sheet (Green Sheet) - Effective Summer 2008
General Education Curriculum Sheet (Beige Sheet) - Effective Summer 2003

Links to Other Useful Resourses

Calculate Your GPA - A calculator used to determine your current GPA, and calculate grades needed to meet your goal GPA.

Career Services - For those students ready to start finding a job, Career Services can help. They specialize in helping to find internships and full-time placement in various career paths. They also offer workshops for those trying to figure out how to start their search.

For Exploratory (Undeclared) students or if you're looking to switch or add a major, you can also go to Career Services to watch the Major View Video Series. Each video explores the different departments and majors, through the perspective of professors and students, and hosted by Dr. Ralph "Doc Roc" Anttonen.

Center For Academic Excellence - An electronic resource for academic advising and provides links to other World Wide Web sites that are useful to faculty and staff advisers. The Mission of the center is to support advisers in their work with students.

Exploratory (Undecided) Program - The Exploratory program web page has more useful information for a person without a major. Services include: counseling, tapes demonstrating various majors, and the forms needed to declare a chosen major.

Math Placement exam - This is the page for the Millersville math placement exam. Students must take this exam upon entering Millersville to determine where they should be placed in the mathematics curriculum.

The Mentor - A free electronic publication about academic advising in higher education. THe goal of this journal (available only on the Web) is to provide a mechanism for the rapid dissemination of new ideas about advising for ongoing discourse about advising issues.

National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) - NACADA promotes and supports quality academic advising in institutions of higher education to enhance the educational development of students. NACADA provides a forum for discussion, debate, and the exchange of ideas pertaining to academic advising through numerous acitivities and publications.

Registrar's Office - The Registrar's office is your center for registration, transcripts and academic records at Millersville University. Many questions about the registration process can be answered by this site and its helpful staff.

Transfer Credit Equivalency Directory - If you are a Millersville student planning to take courses elsewhere to transfer back to MU, or you are a student planning to transfer to Millersville from another college or university, this directory can help you find information about transfer equivalencies. These lists show how courses at the named institution would transfer to Millersville, but they do not reflect the complete catalog of courses. Current Millersville students must complete the Authorization for Transfer of Credit from and return it to the Registrar's Office in Lyle before taking a class to transfer back to MU. If the course that you are intersted in does not appear on the equivalency list, attach a catalog description of the course to your Authorization form for evaluation.