Immaculata Days Scheduled for January 29
The College of Undergraduate Studies at Immaculata University is holding an "Immaculata Day," an open house for men and women who will enter in fall 2005. The Open House takes place on Saturday, January 29. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. in Alumnae Hall on the University´s campus. Prospective men and women will have the opportunity to meet with Immaculata faculty and administration, speak with Immaculata students about the "Immaculata experience," and tour campus facilities.
Next fall will be the first time males will enter into the traditional undergraduate college. For several decades the Colleges of LifeLong Learning and Graduate Studies at the university have enrolled men and women in their degree programs.
Immaculata will face many changes in the future. Among them are the addition of four new varsity sports to accommodate male athletes. The new sports for 2005-2006 include: Men´s soccer (fall), Men´s basketball (winter), Men´s golf (spring), and Men´s tennis (spring). In spring 2006, women´s golf will join the university´s other women´s varsity teams, which include basketball, cross-country, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball. Immaculata University is a Division III member of the NCAA and belongs to the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (PAC).
In addition to the new sports teams, academic programs, campus facilities, and campus life will also be addressed to accommodate our growing population.
The purpose of Immaculata Day is to provide information concerning admission, academic majors, social and student life, athletic and co-curricular activities, financial aid, and scholarships. Light refreshments will also be available.
Anyone wishing additional information and reservations should contact the
College of Undergraduate Studies Office of Admissions at 610-647-4400, extension 3015, email the University at email@example.com, or register online at www.believeinimmaculata.com/iuday .
Immaculata University, a Catholic, coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.
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