See what you’re Millersville University classmates are up to in 2023. New jobs, weddings, babies, and more.
Read the stories of how these remarkable Millersville students graduated in 3.5 years.
Enmanuel Sotomayor Tabares and Aurora D. Bosch Perez met in medical school in Cuba, fell in love, married, and both became doctors, working in the ICU, emergency in general, and internal medicine. On behalf of the Cuban government, they went to Venezuela to practice. That’s when things went downhill.
Millersville University alumna Nancy Adams ’73 had an enriching and successful career in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Recently, she created the N. C. Adams ’73 and W. G. […]
Millersville university is home to many artists. Here, we chat with some of them about what inspires them SOPHIA CAMACHO ‘22 Art student Sophia Camacho says that for many years, […]
1950s LA VERNE HYMAN ’56, Lititz, retired on 8/18/20, ending her career in substitute teaching. She taught 3rd grade at James Buchanan School in Lancaster Township, became a stay-at-home mom […]
At Millersville University, the ongoing “Imagine the Possible” fundraising campaign has been making history since it began more than four years ago on July 1, 2017. As the first fundraising […]
In early October, CARLOS MARTINEZ- LUCAS and FRANK YANNI battled back from a 4-1 deficit in the finals of the PSAC Doubles Championship to become just the second Millersville team–and […]
Here are a few enterprising alumni who are making a difference in their communities by starting businesses built on the foundation of their education at Millersville University. Editor’s Note: This […]
Alumni across the country were on the front lines of crisis and community care during the pandemic.
CHARLIE PARKER ’09 and his SIDELINE CANCER team grabbed the nation’s attention during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic during The Basketball Tournament (TBT), which aired nationally on ESPN. […]
Millersville University alum CHAS MCCORMICK ’17 received the call of a lifetime one day before the Major League Baseball playoffs began. On the phone was Dusty Baker, manager of the […]