Office of Academic Advisement: Located in Lyle Hall, Suite E (second floor), this office coordinates advising for all students in conjunction with academic departments and provides services for students who have not declared an academic major. Students experiencing difficulties in achieving their academic goals, or those in a nondegree program are provided specialized academic advisement and counseling.
The Center is a service provided to MU students for the study of foreign languages. Located at the newly renovated McComsey Hall, the center features a state-of-the-art instructional digital language lab ( Tandberg Prisma Multimedia Learning Center ) with 30 student stations.
The present library building opened in 1967 and was named for Helen A. Ganser, head librarian from 1911 to 1952. The library faculty and staff have organized a varied collection of materials, and encourage all members of the University community, as well as interested community residents, to use its facilities and services. The library provides access to over a half million books and over 30,000 periodical titles.
Information Technology (IT) is the central division that supports computing and communication services across the Millersville University campus. It provides the products and services that you will use every day to complete tasks related to your studies or your jobs.
Office of Learning Services: Located on the 3rd floor of Lyle Hall. This office provides services for students with learning and physical disabilities and coordinates peer tutoring on campus. Arrangements for tutoring services are made by contacting the Tutoring Center at 717-871-2420. The Tutoring Center, located at 118 Lyle Hall also provides specialized workshops in time management, note taking, organization, critical thinking, and study skills.
Located in Lyle Hall, the registrar and staff members help students with class registration and also maintain student records (both academic and personal), issue official transcripts, determine student's academic standing (dismissal, probation), monitor other recognitions (dean's list, etc.), evaluate students' transfer credits from other colleges and universities, and process all the necessary information for student withdrawals, requests for leaves of absence, and name, address or schedule changes.
Formerly the AIM for Success Program, this academic enrichment program is designed to open the doors of higher education to students who otherwise would not be admitted due to their standardized test scores (SAT I or ACT) and/or their high school grades.