June 17 undergraduate information session
Immaculata University will host an undergraduate admissions information session on Saturday, June 17 in the Green Room of Villa Maria Hall on the University’s campus.
An admissions counselor will give an overview of academics, campus life, athletics, the admission process and financial aid. The session will provide time for questions and answers and a student-guided tour. This event is designed for high school juniors and seniors and students interested in transferring.
Registration and a continental breakfast will begin at 8:45 a.m. The program will start at 9 a.m. and conclude by 11 a.m. For more information, please contact the College of Undergraduate Studies Office of Admission at 484-323-3060 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or register here.
To promote college affordability, Immaculata recently announced a 25 percent reduction in tuition for full-time undergraduates, beginning in fall 2017. Additionally, submitting SAT/ACT scores is now optional when students apply for most majors at Immaculata. More information about these college accessibility initiatives is available at immaculata.edu/advantage.
Immaculata University’s College of Undergraduate Studies offers traditional students more than 60 majors, minors, certificates, and pre-professional programs, including athletic training, biology, business, fashion merchandising, criminology, psychology, education, and nursing. Students can participate in an array of leadership opportunities, faculty-mentored research and service projects, internships, and 19 Division III sports teams. Immaculata offers a unique Pathways to Success program that integrates academic advising, academic support, and career development services, guiding students from choosing a major to entering the workplace or a graduate program.
Located on the Main Line in scenic Chester County, 20 miles west of Philadelphia, Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher learning. Immaculata contributes to the development of the whole person of any faith, fostering a commitment to truth, service, justice, and peace.