|Students who got into MIU say:|
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| | Find a better and friendlier environment. Millersville is not. To get into Millersville University, I worked extremely hard in high school and was involved in many extracurricular activities. I had a high gpa, and took my SAT's twice. After all of this, I got a letter in the mail stating that I was on the waiting list. In the beginning of June, I finally got my acceptance letter (after I was ready to attend another college), and foolishly chose to come here. The above list was enough to get accepted to 5 other colleges/universities, so I don't know what else Millersville wanted. To get accepted into this university, I honestly don't know what to tell you except to try your best in high school and get involved, both with your community and your school.
Not really a chore, the only reason their acceptance percentage is around 50% is because the school is crowded. I wasted 3 years at MU and regret ever having applied. Also, the college is racially bias. They must accept a particular number of minorities, so SAT/ACT scores only count for so much if you're not a minority.
| Art & Design Department|| Jan 26 2011 | I had no problem. Look at the average SAT score that's getting in -- it's a big factor for making it into Millersville. Admission is fairly competitive.