Providing Responsible Stewardship

University Success

  • Following Millersville University Council of Trustees’ approval in March, the University began formal procedures for the purchase of a performing arts facility at 42 North Prince Street in downtown Lancaster.
  • This spring, the University broke ground for the new Visual and Performing Arts Center, a $26 million construction and renovation project to be completed in fall 2011.
  • Millersville University Dining Services received a gold medal at the National Association of College & University Food Services National Conference held in San Jose, Ca. The Association received more than 170 entries for the Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards competition. Millersville University’s “Going Green” entry for their special event “Mother Earth Diner Night” competed in the Residence Hall Dining category.
  • In October, groundbreaking ceremonies heralded the beginning of a $35-million construction project to renovate and expand the Student Memorial Center.
  • Millersville University was named one of the country’s most environmentally responsible colleges by the Princeton Review. The nationally known education services company selected Millersville for inclusion in a unique resource created for college applicants The Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges.
  • Millersville University’s volunteer Capital Campaign Cabinet announced that $58 million was raised towards the $85 million total campaign goal: 250 employees and 182 retirees have contributed nearly $2.8 million in cash and pledges to Soar to Greatness: The Campaign for Millersville University.
  • The Council of Trustees approved a new ten-year Facilities Master Plan for the University, designed to create a pedestrian campus and create green spaces to showcase the beauty of the campus.

Faculty and Staff Success

Program Success

Student Success

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