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The purpose of this organization is to give students the opportunity to showcase their talents through stepping, an art of movement through stomping, clapping, and spoken word.
A social fraternity dedicated to bettering the young men that make up its ranks and above all exemplifying our fraternity's motto "Human Service".
Our mission is to utilize the student voice to raise awareness about mental health on campus. Members of Active Minds are passionate about mental health advocacy and education, as well as the destigmatization of mental health disorders.
The Aesculapian Society is an organization for anyone interested in the health-care field. We focus on discussing career opportunities available in the field, application procedures for professional schools and current medical topics.
This club is for students interested in the health care field. Our goal is to give students more information and insight about post graduation professional schools. We also assist in the application process by having speakers come and share their exper
To promote the greater understanding of African traditions and foster unity among students regardless of race, ethnicity, or religious beliefs. Also to encourage and support student involvement on the Millersville University campus.
Is a student run musical theatre group which aims to provides a great opportunity for theatre enthusiasts (non-theater/non-music majors alike) to continue participating in theatre throughout college.
All Greek Council at Millersville University works to establish unity of spirit and action among the fraternities and sororities of Millersville campus while pursuing social, service, and academic goals.
The GSA at MU fulfills several roles for Millersville Students, with a focus on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression minorities, as well as their allies.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.