Donate Blood for the Chance to Win Evergreen Vouchers and Staff Parking.
There are multiple tools to keep the campus safe, including MU Alert, Emergency Blue Light Phones and LiveSafe.
Our penultimate story of the year is all about Brooks, the K-9 trauma dog of the MUPD.
Students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to win a reserved parking pass for donating to Toys for Tots.
New MUPD officers Ivan Gonzalez and Steven Newman and Brooks, the Police Trauma K-9 were officially sworn in.
The blood drive will take place Tuesday, Jan. 24, from 10 – 4 in room 114 of the SMC.
The University police will be collecting toys up until Dec. 23.
From police presence to security cameras, Millersville University’s Police Chief discusses safety on campus.
Millersville University Police will participate in National Night Out.
One resource that the campus community can use to mitigate any disruptions is the LiveSafe app.
Toys benefit local kids for 13th consecutive year.
Two new MUPD officers will greet students Jan. 21 when classes start.