John Antosh Earns Presidential Scholarship
Sep01

John Antosh Earns Presidential Scholarship

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that incoming freshman John Antosh has been selected for the Presidential Scholarship. Antosh resides in Graterford, PA, and graduated from Perkiomen Valley High School. He plans to major in Music Therapy. The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to a select number of students with a record of academic excellence. Students are evaluated on the bases of GPA (students must maintain a 3.25...

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Lauren Lindoerfer Selected as Presidential Scholar
Aug31

Lauren Lindoerfer Selected as Presidential Scholar

  Immaculata University is pleased to announce that incoming freshman Lauren Lindoerfer has been selected for the Presidential Scholarship. Lindoerfer resides in Dillsburg, PA, and graduated from Northern High School. Ecstatic to be attending Immaculata, Lindoerfer’s family bought a DVD of The Mighty Macs, which chronicles the 1972 Immaculata national championship basketball team, for every person who attended her high school...

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42nd Annual Immaculata Golf Invitational
Aug29

42nd Annual Immaculata Golf Invitational

The 42nd Annual Immaculata University Golf Invitational will be held Tuesday, September 26, at RiverCrest Golf Club & Preserve in Phoenixville, PA. The golf course features a superbly conditioned links-style layout combined with a variety of undulating putting surfaces that challenge players at every tee. To register for the Invitational, visit   https://IU42ndGolf.eventbrite.com “The annual golf invitational is one of the most...

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A Place Only Peru Can Fill
Aug28

A Place Only Peru Can Fill

As she stood in front of 62 first-grade students, all girls, Jacki D’Amico ’18 realized she was engaged in the ultimate student-teaching experience in Peru. Addressed by the girls as Miss Jacki, she spent six weeks at Colegio Villa Maria in Miraflores teaching the students and working with their teachers to develop the curriculum. D’Amico felt satisfied that she had made progress—the students were learning what she was teaching...

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First-Year Immaculata Students Conduct Service Projects
Aug17

First-Year Immaculata Students Conduct Service Projects

On Saturday, August 26, the entire Immaculata University class of 2021, approximately 200 students, along with various campus officials and student-mentors, will participate in service projects on-campus and also at one off-site location in Philadelphia (see schedule below). Giving back to the community has always been at the crux of Immaculata’s New Student Orientation. This year, students will also be incorporating a three-credit...

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