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                                     Millersville University of Pennsylvania is one of the most highly regarded, public universities in the northeast region of the United States. Millersville is committed to offering students a high quality, comprehensive and diverse university experience of exceptional value. Dedicated to providing nationally recognized programs that embrace the liberal arts, Millersville provides academic opportunities which are supported by outstanding faculty who are accomplished scholars, artists and practitioners. Millersville is one of 14 comprehensive universities within the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.

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Millersville University provides rigorous academic programs and rich cultural offerings on a picturesque 250-acre campus and at its performance arts center in downtown Lancaster. Founded as a teaching college in 1855, Millersville’s commitment to excellence continues today through nationally recognized teacher education programs, strong science and technology programs, ample service learning opportunities and more than 100 academic programs. With approximately 8,000 students, including 7,100 undergraduates, the University is poised for growth. In addition to baccalaureate and master’s degrees, Millersville now offers three doctoral programs. Students select Millersville based on its academic reputation, affordability and an amazing array of academic programs supported by state-of-the-art science and industrial technology laboratories, art studios, writing and language laboratories. Many Millersville students also take advantage of outstanding internship offerings and research opportunities with faculty members. The University is committed to sustainability and is taking measures to become carbon neutral within two decades. Emphasizing holistic development, the academic programs are complemented by over 130 clubs, student organizations and co-curricular opportunities, such as 19 intercollegiate (NCAA Division II) and intramural athletics, and the University’s emphasis on community engagement and civic responsibility.