on Campus Resources
Under the broad umbrella of undergraduate academics at Millersville are four colleges which house the various disciplines, each lead by a Dean. The College of Education and Human Services, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Lombardo College of Business and the College of Science and Technology contain over 120 different majors and 70 minors. While student’s major and minor classes are housed in their school, general education and related electives required for their major may be found in other schools. Undeclared students (students who haven’t chosen a major or have yet to qualify for entry to a major) are Exploratory Majors.
The Office of Learning Services strives to support faculty and students by supplementing student learners with academic accommodations, individualized learning assistance, peer tutoring, tutor training, auxiliary aids, assistive technology, academic skills’ workshops, and individualized programming to promote independent and successful learners for the future.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities - There are two basic steps to obtain accommodations through the Office of Learning Services. Complete a Special Assistance Request Form for Students with Disabilities (PDF) and submit documentation from your physician or qualifying practitioner with your diagnosis and the types of accommodations that may be required by the disability or a complete psycho-educational, psychological, neuropsychological, or evaluation report (ER) as your official documentation of a learning disability. When these two documents have been received, they will be reviewed by the Director of the Office of Learning Services who will complete a list of the accommodations for the new student. The student will receive a confirmation letter listing the accommodations and will be provided general information about receiving services from this office. Please note: There will be ample opportunity for an exchange of information through a deliberative process between the Director and any student requesting accommodations. Students are welcome to contact the Office of Learning Services at 717-871-5554 to request an appointment to discuss their accommodation needs at any time during the process of requesting initial services or throughout their enrollment at Millersville University.
The MU Tutoring Center is located at 355 Lyle Hall, on the third floor, and is responsible for coordinating tutoring services at no cost to all Millersville University students. The Center offers tutoring in courses offered by the Schools of Humanities & Social Sciences, Science & Math, and a limited selection of courses from the School of Education. A division of the Office of Learning Services, The Tutoring Center also offers specialty workshops on time-management, organizational, note-taking, critical thinking, and study skills. Additional services may be provided on an individualized or specialty group basis.
- Writing Center - At the Chryst Writing Center, you will meet one-on-one with a trained peer tutor who will help you with your paper at any stage of the writing process!
109B Chryst Hall
Monday – Thursday from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
McNairy Library, Floor 1/Room 113
Sunday – Thursday from 6-9 p.m.
- Math Assistance Center is available for drop-in tutoring in Wickersham Hall, Room 100. The MAC is staffed by current Millersville University mathematics majors. Tutoring is free and no appointment is necessary.
The Francine G. McNairy Library and Learning Forum is home to the Library, the Instructional Technologies and Support Team, the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) and the Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Administration. The building also houses a Starbucks Café, the Digital Learning Studio and the Chryst Writing Center Annex.
In 2012, the McNairy Library completed a total life-cycle renovation and expansion, bringing state-of-the-art facilities for research and learning to campus. Students, faculty, staff and administrators can use flexible, technology-rich spaces for group and individual study in addition to receiving assistance from librarians and information professionals. In addition to an extensive virtual collection of electronic books and journal databases, the library has thousands of books and DVDs. Specialized collections include K-12 materials for students in the teacher education program and University Archives and Special Collections, a repository for unique historical documents and records focused on the University and region.