Breidenstine Hall is the home of the Department of Art & Design. Housing specialized studios, galleries, and a lecture hall, Breidenstine Hall is the center of creativity, innovation and passion at Millersville. Learn more about Breidenstine Hall.
Dutcher Hall is an academic hall/theatre, built in 1890, renamed in 1978 and renovated in 2006. Dr. Dean Dutcher (1885-1974) was an active scholar, earning six degrees (three of them in one year.) He received his doctorate in philosophy from the University of Colorado. Learn more about Dutcher Hall.
McComsey Hall is the heart of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. McComsey Hall is home to the departments of Accounting & Finance, Economics, Foreign Languages, Geography, History, Management & Marketing, Philosophy and Social Work. Learn more about McComsey Hall.
Lancaster's new visual and performing arts center located in the heart of the arts & historic district!
There is something for everyone in Lancaster, and The Ware Center of Millersville University Lancaster captures a little of everything. From art to cabaret to music, we have an event series or two that you will love! Click the Calendar of Events for more information. Learn more about The Ware Center.
Innovation. Engagement. Creativity. Three very distinct words but each inhabits the spirit of the new Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center. A space that houses both performance and classroom. Teacher and student. Campus and community. Technological and natural. Structure and free form. Through the arts, we learn about the complexity and interconnected world we live in. Students who gain insight and understanding by asking important questions, putting forth a thesis, researching, mining data and sharing the findings, are experiencing an artistic process and therefore, in essence, are artists—regardless of their chosen track. This building is a place for all artists to belong and interact with students who have dedicated their learning to the arts explicitly. Learn more about The Winter Center.