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Welcome New Students!

We are very excited that you will be joining the Marauder family. We're looking forward to assisting all students in their transition to college life. Attending Orientation is an important step in making the transition to life at the 'Ville. All incoming freshmen and are required to attend the four-day Fall 2014 New Student Orientation Program on August 21 - 24.  Transfer students with 30 credit hours or less are required to attend Transfer Orientation from August 21-24.  Transfer students with 31 credits or more are required to attend a one-day Transfer Orientation program on Friday, August 22. Please continue to check the Fall New Student Orientation website periodically for updates on Orientation information. Check out the detailed schedules for the programs as well as registration requirements. Graduate Students should see the Office of Graduate Studies for information on the Graduate Orientation program.

Part of being a new Marauder is getting to know your university and the best way to do that is through Orientation. You are now a member of a distinguished community of scholars who are dynamic innovators and committed leaders in business, industry, education, medicine, politics, and social action. While you may feel anxious and nervous now, Orientation is designed to help calm these emotions and transition you into the community. Orientation is the first step to Seize the Opportunity to become a productive member of the Millersville University Community.

The Office of Transition Programs
Millersville University

Transfer Students

Transfer students with less than 30 credit hours are automatically registered to attend Fall New Student Orientation in August.

Transfer students who need to take placement tests and/or complete their registration for fall courses are encouraged to attend the Transfer Student Advisement and Registration Day on Saturday July 12, 2014.

Transfer Student Advisement and Registration Day does NOT replace Fall New Student Orientation.