Facing a potentially steep financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, Millersville University has joined nine of its sister institutions in considering cutting faculty through a process known as retrenchment.
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With coronavirus cases on the rise in Pennsylvania and around the country, Millersville University is shifting its classes "primarily" online in the fall, according to an email sent to faculty by the university provost.
Millersville University’s president shed more light on the school's coronavirus response and efforts to reopen in the fall during a coronavirus webinar hosted Wednesday by the United Nations.
Millersville University's president will discuss implications of the coronavirus in a webinar Wednesday with Dr. Anthony Fauci and others.
Millersville University will reopen in the fall under a hybrid approach including a combination of in-person and remote courses, university President Daniel Wubah announced Friday evening.
The board governing Millersville University and its 13 sister schools approved a reopening framework Wednesday that would resume in-person instruction in the fall, but with plenty of asterisks.
Room and board rates at Millersville University will remain the same for the 2020-21 academic year.
Millersville University had a slight uptick in enrollment for the second consecutive year, bucking a downward trend set by many of its sister schools across the state.
Affordability, higher education funding and improving retention and graduation rates are among Daniel Wubah’s priorities as he continues his second year steering the ship at Millersville.
For the first time in over two decades, tuition at Millersville University and its sister universities won’t be more this year than it was last year.