IU Holds Instant Decision Day at Immaculata High School
Representatives from Immaculata University’s Undergraduate Admissions Department visited Immaculata High School in Somerville, NJ, for an Instant Decision Day for Seniors. Six seniors and one junior took advantage of this opportunity.
“Immaculata High School has a long history of providing Immaculata University with outstanding students. Immaculata High School students are well-rounded and possess solid academic, social, and faith-based qualities that prepare them well for the adjustment to college,” commented Gerald J. Wargo, Jr., vice president for Enrollment Management at Immaculata University.
Instant Decision Day is an opportunity for a potential new student or applicant to meet with an admissions counselor and learn more about Immaculata’s academic programs, clubs/activities, athletics, and financial aid. An admissions counselor reviews the applicant’s academic profile and provides a decision, on-the-spot, as to whether the student is accepted to Immaculata.
Shawanna Eugene, guidance counselor at Immaculata High School, stated “There are so many opportunities for the students at Immaculata High that would be easily transferred over to attending Immaculata University.”
Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher learning, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.