IU Signs Memorandum of Understanding with the Church Farm School
Immaculata University and the Church Farm School in Exton, PA, signed a Memorandum of Understanding that provides two annual renewable scholarships to attend Immaculata worth $5,000 per student (per academic year) totaling $20,000 for each student. The scholarships are available to the first two Church Farm School students who apply, qualify, and are accepted into an Immaculata undergraduate degree program.
“We at Immaculata University are very excited about entering into this Memorandum of Understanding with the Church Farm School,” stated Gerald J. Wargo, Jr., vice president for Enrollment Management at Immaculata. “The young men from the Church Farm School are a perfect match for Immaculata and we are happy to assist these students through our new Immaculata/Church Farm Grant.”
A private boarding and day school for boys in grades 9-12, the Church Farm School provides more than 90% of its student body with financial aid through philanthropy from the community. The students selected from the Church Farm School will have more than 60 majors to choose from at Immaculata, including athletic training, biology, business, cybersecurity, fashion merchandising, criminology, psychology, education, and nursing. Students can participate in an array of leadership opportunities, service projects, internships, and athletic activities.
Immaculata University is a Catholic, coeducational institution of higher learning, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.