Welcome to Millersville University's Office of Conference Services
Thank you for your interest in hosting an event, camp, or conference on our campus! Our office works with external organizations looking to rent University facilities and request University services.
Feel free to click through the website and familiarize yourself with our campus.
If interested in checking on availability, please complete the Event Request Form below and a conference coordinator will be in touch with you shortly.
In considering whether or not Millersville University is the right fit for your event, there are some business operation aspects to understand before we can dive into the fun of planning your event. Below is some general information to share with you regarding our expectations to host you and your guests on campus:
- Facility space will not be reserved prior to the completion and approval of all necessary paperwork and documentation. Please complete the Event Request Form above to begin the process or contact a conference coordinator directly.
- All external groups will be required to sign a contract (Facility Use Agreement).
- All external groups will be required to present a Certificate of Liability Insurance evidencing the organization's coverage for property damage and bodily injury.
- All external groups, should minors be present at the event, will be required to certify that all adults participating in an official capacity with the event have passed the proper background clearances as required by state and federal law.
Assistant Director, Conference Services
Lombardo Welcome Center, Room 126
Phone: (717) 871 - 5938
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. or by appointment
In conjunction with recent university guidelines, effective March 1, 2022 and continuing unless conditions change, masks will be OPTIONAL while guests are using indoor or outdoor campus facilities.
While masks are optional, each individual should make their own decision regarding mask usage. Please continue to be considerate of others by using compassion if someone chooses to wear or not wear a mask.
As a reminder, anyone experiencing COVID symptoms, testing positive or having been exposed to someone with COVID should refrain from coming to Millersville University facilities. In those cases, masks would be required.