See a list of faith-based clubs and see what might interest you.
Online/virtual classes will resume today, March 2, 2021.
Face to Face classes will not be held today due to ongoing issues with lack of internet connectivity in classrooms, laboratories and academic buildings in general.
Millersville University has students from many different backgrounds and faith traditions. We offer a welcoming environment for students to practice or explore these faiths in an open-minded setting while promoting appreciation and respect for religious and spiritual diversity.
Student Organizations offer faith and spirituality programs and services. Please click on the Campus Clubs link below to see the opportunities for spiritual development and fellowship.
The Inter-Faith Council of Ministers is made up of Campus Ministry Leaders who serve the university community by providing faith-based counsel, assisting during times of crisis, and participating in faith and spirituality events throughout campus.
Local houses of worship welcome students to their services, and sponsor programming specifically for students. In Lancaster City and the surrounding region there are Christian churches of various denominations; synagogues representing the Reform, Conservative and Orthodox branches of Judaism; Muslim mosques (Harrisburg); a Buddhist association (Columbia); and a Hindu temple (New Cumberland).