Believing in the Power of Being Mighty: Sister Pat’s Presidency
Jan31

Believing in the Power of Being Mighty: Sister Pat’s Presidency

On July 1, 2002, after weeks of meeting with campus officials and community leaders in preparation for assuming the presidency of Immaculata University, Sister Patricia Fadden arrived in her office, sat down at her desk, arranged her pencils and said: “Now what do I do?” After 15 years of service, Sister Pat will step down as the president of Immaculata at the end of June. Since that first day she has not looked back. Sister Pat has,...

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IU Reduces Tuition 25%
Jan16

IU Reduces Tuition 25%

There can be various obstacles to obtaining a college degree. With this in mind, Immaculata University initiated the “Immaculata Advantage,” which focuses on making college more accessible and also affordable. In addition, a rebalancing of its tuition and scholarship structure will be introduced that will better reflect the actual “bottom line” that full-time undergraduate students pay per academic year. This rebalancing will provide...

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Immaculata Hosts SEPCHE Conference
Mar20

Immaculata Hosts SEPCHE Conference

Immaculata University is proud to be hosting the 17th Annual SEPCHE (Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education) Honors Conference on Saturday, March 28, from 9:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Events are held in Alumnae Hall, Loyola Hall, and Good Counsel Hall. The Honors Conference is an academic symposium enabling students to present their research scholarship, performance and culminating work to peers across all eight member...

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90th Commencement Ceremony
Apr30

90th Commencement Ceremony

Immaculata University held its 90th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 18, on the campus of Immaculata University.  The president of Immaculata University, Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., conferred degrees on 1,005 graduates.  Eighty-eight students received doctoral degrees, 182 students earned master’s degrees, 731 were awarded undergraduate degrees and four students received associate degrees. The Commencement speaker was...

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National Walking Day

In support of the American Heart Association’s National Walking Day on Wednesday, April 3, Immaculata University (IU) encouraged its faculty, staff, and students to walk IU’s picturesque campus for 20-30 minutes between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Immaculata’s Office of the President sponsored IU’s walk and Barbara Gallagher, M.Ed., assistant professor of human movement science, and Patricia Canterino, M.A., director of athletics...

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