Millersville University is a thriving and active campus where you can always find something to do. Throughout the year the University hosts various concerts, lecturers, and events for the campus community. Students interested in sports can join an intramural or club team, or even represent the university on one of Millersville’s official sports teams. There are so many ways to find your place at Millersville!
Our hope at the Office of International Programs & Services (IPS) is to support you during your time here at Millersville. There are many ways to connect and be involved with our office from joining the Global Marauders to becoming an International Ambassador. International students are encouraged to come into the office at Cumberland House at any time. For more information about ways to be involved at IPS, check out the Get Involved webpage.
CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
Campus Life is the University’s go to place for students wanting to get involved on campus, serve their community and develop their leadership skills. Students who are active participants in the life of the college are more likely to persist and be successful in college. Getting involved provides students the opportunity to build connections with fellow students, faculty and staff and to develop lifelong friends and mentors.
Campus Life provides numerous opportunities for students to “Get Involved”, no matter what their interests are. Through “Get Involved” students can research active clubs and activities taking place on campus. Check out some of those opportunities on the Get Involved website!
To learn more about the opportunities available at Millersville and to network with other students. Stop by Campus Life right in between the Information Desk and Juice Bar.
SMC, Suite 118
Phone: (717) 871-7057
Millersville University campus recreation services offer a variety of leisure activities. Students have a wide selection of MU Intramural sports, outdoor programs, and club sports for those want to compete with friends, meet new people, try a new activity, or just stay active.
The Millersville University Intramural Program was selected as one of the top 50 Intramural programs in the nation by Bestcolleges.com. The Intramural Staff plan a variety of team sports and activities including both regular league competition and one day tournaments. All eligible students, faculty, and staff can sign up for an Intramural activity. Find more information on the Intramurals website.
The Millersville University Ropes Challenge course provides a unique teaching environment, where diverse groups can experience varying levels of physical, mental, and/or emotional risks. Guided and facilitated by trained leaders, reflection upon experience provides the opportunity for participants to crystallize learning and transfer it to their individual life situations. Check out the Ropes Course website for more information.
Millersville University Club Sports Council provides recreational and competitive programming that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle for Millersville University students. Students enhance their physical, psychological, ethical, intellectual and social development through their experiences with the Club Sports Council.
SMC, Room 38
NCAA II Sports
Millersville University participates in a variety of NCAA Division II men’s and women’s sports that are available to students. With 12 women’s and 7 men’s sports, participants have a wide selection of collegiate athletics to choose from. Millersville University is a member of the PSAC division, long-known as the NCAA's largest one-state conference. The PSAC consists of 18 institutions located within the Commonwealth, making it the largest NCAA conference regardless of state borders or classifying division.
Millersville University provides a variety of funding to help support student and student-faculty research. Through the Office of the Provost or by endowments established by Millersville alumni and friends, funds are available to create opportunities for students to develop the skills necessary for professional success after they leave the University. The Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Administration can help with funding searches, proposal writing, budget construction, and institutional research board approval.
McNairy Library and Learning Forum, Room 500