Founded in 1855, Millersville University of Pennsylvania was established with the ideals that teacher preparation and classical learning are essential elements of public education and enlightened citizenship. One hundred and sixty years later these ideals still hold true.
Millersville University offers a range of unique learning opportunities that can help you decide on a future career, participate in interesting research and grow as a person. We know that learning happens both in and outside the classroom.
Internships and traineeships, coordinated through the Office of Experiential Learning & Career Management (ELCM), are an important piece of the puzzle. In today's job market, on-the-job training is just as important as your degree. Get a head start by applying for an internship. ELCM's Career Coach software can help you narrow down specific jobs associated with your major so you can get the most out of your internship experience.
Getting involved on campus is a great way to meet other students, find your passion and boost your resume. With more than 150 student clubs and organizations already here at Millersville, you're sure to find the group that's right for you. If it doesn't already exist, you can start your own club or organization easily.
EACH ROOM IN THE RESIDENCE HALLS AT MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY IS EQUIPPED WITH:
Information Technology (IT) supports computing and communication services across the Millersville University campus. IT provides the products and services that you will use daily.
The safety of our students is our utmost priority. The University Police works to ensure the safety of students, faculty, staff, parents and the community. The resources listed below are all used to keep the Millersville community a place that fosters learning and growth.
Pucillo Gymnasium and the running track at Biemesderfer Stadium are available to the University community for open recreation when the facility is not in use by classes, athletic teams, Intramurals or Club Sports.
Millersville University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and the Pennsylvania Department of Education, and is approved by the American Association of University Women.
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