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Last updated: 12/3/2013 10:43AM PST
To be considered for admission to Millersville, you must be a graduate of an approved secondary school with evidence of satisfactory performance or hold a secondary school diploma issued by the Department of Education of the state in which you earned it. Also required are satisfactory scores on the SAT or the ACT. You may earn advanced standing through the Advanced Placement Program or the College Level Examination Program.
We encourage you to visit the campus. Please make an appointment for a group admission conference and a campus tour: www.millersville.edu/admissions/undergrad/visit/index.php
Complete the online application. When you are finished, click 'SUBMIT' button located to the far left of any application screen. Applicants MUST pay a nonrefundable $35 online. If you have previously been accepted and paid an application fee, do not remit another fee. Send payment and required documents to the address on the right.
High school students: Ask your guidance counselor to send an official record of your grades directly to the Millersville University Office of Admissions. Standardized test scores (SAT or ACT) must be included.
Transfer students: Ask the registrar at each institution you have attended to send an official transcript of your grades directly to the Millersville University Office of Admissions. An official high school transcript may be required. Call your high school to request an official copy be sent directly to the admissions office.
International students: Freshman applicants must submit a certified copy of the secondary school transcript, accompanied by a certified English translation if the original is not in English. Transfer applicants must submit all original language transcripts, accompanied by certified English translations to the admissions office performed by WES (www.WES.org) or AACRAO (www.AACRAO.org) directly to the admissions office.
Re-entering students: If you attended another institution after attending Millersville University, have an official transcript forwarded to the Admissions Office.
Second degree students: If you are looking to apply for a second Millersville degree, please submit official postsecondary transcripts from colleges/universities other than Millersville.
Art majors require a portfolio; more specific information can be found at www.millersville.edu/art/portfolio.php.
Music majors require an audition; more specific information can be found www.millersville.edu/music/admissions/index.php.
Students wishing to be considered for transfer to Millersville must present a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Transfer applicants must have completed 12 transferable college credits and must submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended. Applicants with fewer than 12 transferable credits will be evaluated on the high school academic record and standardized test scores. Transfer applicants to the Department of Elementary & Early Childhood Education must present a minimum of 30 transferable college credits and a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. To earn a bachelor's degree, a transfer student who holds an associate's degree must complete at least 30 credits at Millersville. Preference is given to transfer students with associate degrees from Pennsylvania community colleges.
In order to be considered for admission as an international student, there are some additional documents to submit. Please refer to this page for details: www.millersville.edu/admissions/undergrad/apply/international.php
If you have already earned a bachelor's degree and wish to seek a second, please be aware that a minimum of 30 undergraduate credits must be completed at Millersville following the awarding of the first degree. Please note that students seeking teacher certification should NOT COMPLETE this application. Instead, teacher certification applicants should be completed through the Office of Graduate Studies.
Millersville makes decisions on applications soon after completed application materials are submitted. Students may expect a response within four weeks after the University receives the completed application. Applying online is encouraged and will reduce processing time and cost. We encourage high school students to apply as early in their senior year as possible, preferably by early November. Candidates who are accepted for the following September must submit the required admission deposit no later than May 1, or 15 days after the offer of admission, whichever is later. Students who complete an application too late for admission on the date of their preference will have their applications processed for the next admission date.
Campus crime statistics and fire safety reports are available on the Millersville website. These reports include statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus, in certain off-campus buildings, or property owned or controlled by Millersville University, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. These reports also include institutional policies concerning campus security and fire safety awareness, inclusive of policies concerning sexual assault.
A three-year summary table, fire safety guidelines, and statistics for each on-campus student housing facility can be found here: www.millersville.edu/hr/ehs/annual-fire-safety-report.php
A hard copy of the fire statistic information can be requested by contacting, Patrick Weidinger, Director of Environmental Health and Safety at (717) 872-3715, or Patrick.email@example.com.
The Clery Act requires the University to collect, maintain, and make available to current and prospective students and employees information regarding crime statistics, timely warnings, and an annual report. The report an be found here: www.millersville.edu/police/police/stats.php
A hard copy of the annual safety and security report can be requested by contacting the Millersville University Police Department.
P.O. Box 1002
Millersville, PA 17551