Arts Symposium Series Sponors
Millersville University's School of Humanities and Social Sciences enrolls well over a third of all MU students in the School’s majors.
The aim of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is to expose students to a wide breadth of courses in order to develop lifelong, self-motivated learners who can successfully connect the dots between multiple disciplines. By offering the majority of courses in the University’s general education program, as well as enrolling well over a third of all MU students in the School’s majors, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is at the heart of liberal learning at Millersville.
Rapid changes in technology and a broader global perspective have made liberal arts studies and the wide range of skills they impart more essential than ever before. Employers today are seeking qualified graduates with a broad foundation of knowledge. Students studying liberal arts will learn to think critically, examine the world around them, communicate effectively and adjust to changing situations. MU will prepare students with an understanding and appreciation of diversity, ethical issues and service to others. In addition, students will acquire analytical and creative learning skills – like research and writing. All of these abilities will ultimately lead to our graduates’ success long after they have left our campus buildings and walkways.
The Entrepreneurial Leadership Center at Millersville University is dedicated to the phenomenon of entrepreneurship. We work to advance entrepreneurship education and training efforts and facilitate support of entrepreneurial endeavors both on campus and in our community. We welcome all students, faculty, staff, and the community to participate in the the world of entrepreneurship at Millersville University. The entrepreneurs of the nation will uphold the promise for improving the economic welfare of our nation.
The Charles R. and Anita B. Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center, located on Millersville University’s main campus, is a 59,000+ square foot state of the art performance and learning facility. The Winter Center’s goal, to support student creativity, innovation, and engagement, is realized through support of masterclasses, workshops, and long-term residencies that complement the education students receive from our professional artist faculty.