Exchange & Visiting Students
The Office of International Programs & Services hosts international exchange and visiting students each semester. The Exchange & Visiting Student Program at Millersville offers non-degree students the opportunity to study between one and four semesters at Millersville and earn academic credit at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Exchange and Visiting students are admitted on a rolling basis, so students may apply earlier than the stated deadline.
Complete the Exchange & Visiting Student Program application by completing the following items. Submit all documentation by the deadlines below for guaranteed on-campus housing. *Late applicants can be accepted.
Spring Term / Calendar Year: October 15th
Fall Term / Academic Year: April 15th
- Online Registration Form and Registration Form Guide/Instructions
- Sources of Funds Form
- Proof of Funds: Bank statement from the student or parent. A program sponsor may also submit a letter of financial support.
- University Transcripts/Academic Records: Both English and native language.
- Copy of Passport: Copy of the information page.
- English language proficiency score: Refer to this webpage for TOEFL and IELTS score information. Exchange and visiting students may also waive English proficiency scores for admission. All students who do not submit scores will be tested upon arrival by the English Language Institute. Depending on the results, students may be ineligible to take academic classes and be required to attend the English Language Institute, at an additional cost.
Graduate Students must submit the additional items below:
- Personal Goal Statement/Essay: Why are you interested in studying at Millersville University? What are your professional goals?
- Letter of Academic Support: Students from Central China Normal University only
- 3 Letters of Recommendation: All other students
Meet your Advisor:
Submit application items and your pre-arrival questions to the staff member below.
Assistant Director of International Partnerships
Partner students: Acceptance letters along with immigration paperwork will be mailed directly to the sponsoring organization or the international office of the host university.
Individual applicants: Acceptance letters will be mailed to the home address you provide on your application.
Upon acceptance, students will receive a series of emails from office staff regarding all important information prior to arrival, such as:
- Important dates
- Confirming housing, meal plans, and course registration.
- Visa and immigration information.
- Millersville email and account information.
- Financial and billing information.
- Health insurance and medical forms.
- Flight and arrival information.
To see semeter start and end dates, please visit the academic calendar.