Student Organization Guidebook


Millersville University Organization Leaders:

We are excited that you have decided to take on the role of leading a Millersville University organization.  Involvement in student organizations is very important to student’s social and academic experiences and challenges leaders and members to develop and apply organization and leadership skills that are useful well beyond college. Statistics show that students involved on campus persist at higher levels and typically average nearly 3.0 GPA Student organizations are an ideal way to get involved on campus. Through direct involvement in organization activities, students have the opportunity to acquire skills in leading groups, organizing and promoting programs, budgeting, working within an institutional system, and functioning in society. With over 140 organizations on campus ranging from Academic and Professional, Service and Civic Engagement, Arts and Culture, Spiritual, Multicultural, Recreation and Leisure, and Greek Life.  There is something for everyone at Millersville University. 


This Organization Guidebook is designed to inform and assist student leaders in various matters that pertain to student organizations. It answers the most basic questions students might have about how to use the wide and varied resources available, as well as how to create and register a new organization. Additionally, this document informs students and organizations about the responsibilities associated with being a recognized and registered student organization on the Millersville campus.


In conjunction with the Guidebook, you and your organization are also encouraged to use the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership as a resource throughout the year. Please direct questions or comments to:



The Center for Student Involvement & Leadership

Student Memorial Center

Room 118

Phone: 717-872-3506


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