Freshman Experience

Freshman Year Experience

Dr. Jeffrey Adams, Associate Provost at Millersville University, explains the purpose of the First Year Inquiry Course and the Exploratory Living/Learning Community.


Zack on changing majors and freshman success

Freshman Inquiry Course (UNIV 103)

Each Undeclared student will be assigned to a special Freshman Inquiry Course (UNIV 103). This course is designed to cover a wide variety of topics, many of which are essential to students' success. For more information, contact Dr. Jeffrey Adams, Associate Provost for Academic Administration, 717-871-7462.

Dr. Dan O'Neill discusses his role as professor and adviser for a UNIV 103 Seminar course

Kelsey reflects on her first year experience

Jared reflects upon his first year experience

Freshman Housing

Millersville University has designated part of a residence hall as housing for Exploratory Students. Special programming will be available in the hall to aid Exploratory Students in their adjustment to college life and in their search for a major. In addition, specially trained peer mentors (upper class men/women) will be available in the residence hall to support these students. For more information about this special living arrangement, call Resident Life at (717) 871-4200 or visit Boyer Hall.

NACADA Program

Awarded the certificate of merit for 2003.