Millersville University of Pennsylvania

P.O. Box 1002
Millersville, PA 17551-0302


Undergraduate: 6,779
Graduate: 1,002
Total Headcount: 7,781

AmeriCORPS Vista program aims to help Millersville University’s Integrated Studies​

The AmeriCorps Vista program is making its way to Millersville University again this year. Since its inception in 1994, MU has supported AmeriCorps and its initiatives. This year’s program will be aimed at aiding the University’s Integrated Studies program and supporting students to attain pre-graduation and post graduation employment. The project began on July 23 and will run through July of 2021.

The AmeriCorps Vista program is a national service program that has been at the forefront of building the capacity for communities to fight poverty. The goal is to build solutions that last even after the project has concluded. Brought together through partnership between the Corporation for National and Community Services (CNCS) and the Pennsylvania Campus Compact (PACC), the program has aided various groups for over the last 50 years. The focus is to find sustainable solutions to help build long-term support in a community.


 Points of Pride

​Millersville University was founded in 1855 as the first Normal School in Pennsylvania.

Consistently ranked within the Top 30 Public Schools in the North by U.S. News & World Report

​Millersville is the only State System university with a botany program. The rigorous curriculum prioritizes both a depth of knowledge in botany and a solid, broad background in biology.

Millersville’s Meteorology program is a member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and an academic affiliate of the University Corporation of Atmospheric Research (UCAR). Students have 24/7 access to the Meteorological Network (METNET) and Weather Station, and many participate in the Campus Weather Service, which issues forecasts to the community every week.

​Millersville University’s downtown performing arts center, The Ware Center, is a pillar of the downtown Lancaster arts scene. The Ware Center hosted nearly 3,200 performances over the past 5 years and accommodates classes for approximately 1000 students each semester.

 Notable Alumni

Dana Chryst ’81 - President, CEO and Owner, The Jay Group

Jordan A. Harris ’06 - Democrat serving Philadelphia County since 2013; member of the Millersville Council of Trustees. 

Roy B. Clair Jr. ’67 - Co-founder and owner of Clair Brothers Audio Enterprises, Inc., the world leader in the live-sound industry.  Clair Brothers has offices in Lititz, PA; Nashville, TN; Basel, Switzerland; London, England; and Tokyo, Japan, with affiliates in Singapore and Australia.

​Hugh Herr ’90 - Inventor, nationally acclaimed low-stress spring running shoe; has been featured on various CBS & PBS programs and many magazine features (US News & World Report, Boys’ Life, National Enquirer, etc.) for his development of special rock climbing gear for those with artificial prosthesis’. He holds a patent for a prosthetic socket that he developed for walking. Assistant professor at Harvard University.

​Robert S. Walker ’64 - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates, former Congressman, 12th District, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Co-Chair of Millersville University’s 150th Anniversary Committee.


Dr. Daniel A. Wubah

Dr. Daniel A. Wubah

Dr. Daniel A. Wubah became the 15th President of Millersville University on July 1, 2018. He came to Millersville from Washington and Lee University where he served as Senior Advisor to the President working closely with the President in all aspects of the university. Prior to his appointment as Senior Advisor, Dr. Wubah served as the university Provost. Learn more.