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Millersville University Promise
Millersville University is the best choice for people of Pennsylvania and beyond who are motivated to apply their native intelligence and a world-class education to the challenging and important work of guiding themselves, their families and their communities through times of changing opportunity. The men and women of the Millersville University faculty are scholars highly respected in their fields; approachable teachers and active mentors who engage their students in the classroom, the office, the research lab, and in the life of the campus. The faculty is thoroughly supported in its work by the men and women of the Millersville University staff and leadership team -- caring people of competence and integrity who share with their faculty partners a determination that Millersville graduates shall be as prepared to lead robust intellectual, professional and civic lives as the graduates of any of the nation's best known institutions.
Supportive and Enriching Community
Millersville University is a supportive and enriching community. From opening day in 1855, we have demanded the best from our students. At the same time, our faculty, staff and administrators have always found a way to give each and every student a helping hand or the extra push they need to excel. In addition to academic opportunities, Millersville provides a broad-based support system to nourish body and spirit. Our experiential learning programs, athletic teams, and diverse clubs and organizations help our community, as well as our students, to strengthen and flourish. We are all enriched because the people who are Millersville – staff, faculty, students, parents, and alumni – believe that a good life begins with learning, that hard work leads to great things, and that caring leads to a better world.
New Grad Student Orientation
Summer and fall admits should join us for this session that will familiarize you with the University and help you make a successful transition to academic and student life on campus. Thursday, August 23, 2018, 3:00 – 6:30 pm in Gordinier Hall, Lehr Room. Dinner is included.