Modified On Campus Visit Sessions



Modified On-Campus Visits

Millersville University is excited to be able to host you and your family for an on-campus visit! Your visit will consist of a 20- to 30-minute overview of the University and its admissions process shared by an outstanding admissions counselor. One of the student tour guides will then take you on a 45-minute tour to explore the University’s stunning 250-acre campus. Much of your tour will be outdoors; please dress accordingly and consider bringing an umbrella and a water bottle.

Some campus visits conclude with the tour. Others will include an information session with a specific academic department which occurs after the tour; be sure to review the options shown on the right to determine whether a particular visit includes an academic session. So that we may accommodate all visitors and guests, please do not register for a visit with an academic session if you are not interested in that academic discipline.

Safety remains one of the most important considerations of our visitation program. We have implemented the following guidelines:

  • Each visit reservation allows a student to bring a maximum of two (2) family members from the student’s household with them.
  • You and your guests must complete a health self-assessment before traveling to campus. If you or a member of your group is experiencing any of the CDC identified symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home and contact the Admissions Office to reschedule. Do not submit the results of your self-assessment or any other medical information to the Admissions Office. If you are experiencing any of the identified symptoms, contact your health care provider.
  • You and your guests will be required to bring and wear masks or face coverings during your visit.
  • In compliance with current Commonwealth regulations, there will be no more than 24 persons in an information session; the campus tours are done in even smaller groups to observe social distancing requirements.
  • Access to buildings on campus, other than the Lombardo Welcome Center and the Luek academic building, is restricted to current students, faculty and staff. We are pleased to be able to offer virtual tours of the residence halls and other campus buildings.
  • For other questions you may have related to our modified campus visit program please review our Frequently Asked Questions page

If you are uncomfortable with or unable to attend a campus tour due to these guidelines. We are pleased to be able to offer virtual tours of the residence halls and other campus buildings.

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