Landscape And Grounds
Landscape and Grounds
Millersville’s campus consists of approximately 250 acres ranging from parking lots to a biological preserve. The center of campus features rolling grassy lawns and pathways that carry pedestrians around the scenic Millersville pond. Numerous mature trees line the walkways and grassy areas and rain gardens and other green infrastructure are peppered throughout.
Organic vegetable gardens located behind the Huntingdon House are managed by faculty, staff and students.
Campus rain gardens manage stormwater onsite, preventing pollution from reaching local streams.
Millersville University is recognized as a Monarch Waystation by the Monarch Waystation Program
Watershed Education and Training Institute
The campus Watershed Education and Training Institute (WETI) teaches students about water quality and stream health.
Campus features a biological preserve where students can study ecosystem health.
The Pond located in the center of Millersville's campus is a certified wildlife habitat.
Sustainable Walking Tour
Take the Sustainable Walking Tour to visit campus sustainable features.Take the Tour
Millersville students manage an apiary on campus.
Native plants are located throughout campus including the grounds of the Lombardo Welcome Center.