Joyful, Joyful
Feb05

Joyful, Joyful

Sue Graves ’03 M.A. got a text one night from her boss at Melmark, an organization that serves people with intellectual disabilities. The Joybells have been invited to perform when the Pope is here…we’re in! Graves texted back, You’re joking, right? She wasn’t. The Joybells, a handbell choir made up of some of Melmark’s adult members with disabilities, had been chosen out of thousands of applicants to be one of the performing groups...

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Psy.D. in clinical psychology re-accredited
Oct28

Psy.D. in clinical psychology re-accredited

Immaculata University’s doctoral program in clinical psychology has been re-accredited by the American Psychological Association. The program received a full seven-year accreditation, attesting that it meets the highest standards of performance as determined by the APA. “The program’s faculty and students are delighted with the American Psychological Association’s re-accreditation of the Psy.D. program in clinical psychology, and we...

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October admissions events
Oct08

October admissions events

Immaculata University will host three admissions events in October, one for each of its three student populations. These events will provide information about Immaculata’s undergraduate and graduate programs. Immaculata’s College of Graduate Studies will host an open house on Wednesday, October 14 in the Great Hall of Lourdes Hall on the University’s campus. A buffet dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m., and an information session will...

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New Executive Director of Non-traditional Admissions
Oct05

New Executive Director of Non-traditional Admissions

Kelley Taptich of Freehold, NJ, joins the Admissions staff of Immaculata University as executive director of Non-traditional Admissions. In this capacity, Taptich will oversee the admissions process for adult students seeking to earn undergraduate or graduate degrees. She will oversee a staff of six admissions counselors. Prior to arriving at Immaculata, Taptich served in various leadership roles at DeVry Education Group for nearly 20...

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Fall Semester Begins August 24
Jul28

Fall Semester Begins August 24

Immaculata University undergraduate and graduate programs are currently registering students for the fall semester. Classes begin Monday, August 24th. The undergraduate programs, consisting of over 60 majors, minors, certificate, and pre-professional programs, allow students to earn either a bachelor’s or an associate degree. Adult students pursuing their undergraduate degree have a multitude of academic majors to choose from...

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