Department of Mathematics

Mathematics at Millersville University

Check out what mathematics looks like at Millersville University!

Current Events

  • Math Club: For the remainder of the Spring 2024 semester, Math Club will meet on: 
    • Friday April 5th - On Campus Event - Details TBD
    • Tuesday April 16th - Joint Meeting with MEMU in Wick 104 at 6 pm
  • MEMU: For the remainder of the Spring 2024 semester, MEMU will meet from 6:00 - 7:00 PM in Wickersham Hall Room 104 on:
    • Tuesday, April 16th

Tutoring and Placement Testing Information

  • Math Placement Testing - If you missed taking a math placement test during your orientation session or need to retake a placement test, please review the information on the Mathematics Placement page.
    • BST tests must be retaken in person.
    • MPT tests need to be retaken online on ALEKS.
  • Math Assistance Center (MAC) in Wickersham Hall room 100 will be open from January 22 to April 29th. For more information and more detailed hours see the Tutoring page. New hours added for MATH 104/105.

About Us

The Department of Mathematics provides programs of the highest quality leading to bachelor's degrees in mathematics and secondary mathematics education and master’s degrees in secondary mathematics education. The department has a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and offers a wide range of courses in pure and applied mathematics, statistics and mathematics education.

We focus on preparing our students for careers or graduate study in mathematical fields, including secondary mathematics teaching, pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics and actuarial science. We also serve the broader university community by providing a full range of introductory through advanced mathematics courses supporting students at all levels and with all majors.

With generous endowments and support from alumni and friends, the Mathematics Department offers several significant scholarships each year to incoming freshmen. Any student who applies to MU as a mathematics major will be automatically considered for one of our scholarships, based on academic merit. Students are welcome to submit additional supporting materials such as a personal statement and a list of extracurricular activities. For more details, see Departmental Scholarships.

What to do if the class you want is full

  • Please note that if you're trying to register for a math course but the section you want is closed,  the individual instructors are not permitted to give overrides for math courses.
  • Please register for the waitlist for a course to make your request known.
  • You must keep an eye on your email for notification from the registrar's office if a space opens up as you only have 24 hours from the time the email is SENT to register for the course or the seat will be offered to someone else.