Immaculata University Profile
Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coed institution founded by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The 375-acre campus is 20 miles west of Philadelphia.
Offering 60 majors leading to an associate, bachelor, master or doctoral degree, Immaculata provides an invigorating education, a supportive community and solid preparation – not just for a career but also for a meaningful life of service. Popular majors include allied health, athletic training, business management, education, exercise science, fashion merchandising, music therapy, nursing, nutrition and psychology. Students participate in numerous on-campus activities; choose from 50 clubs and organizations; or, join one of 19 Division III sports teams or several intramural clubs.
Recognized as a leader among our peers, Immaculata was among the largest gainers on the recent national university list from U.S. News and World Report – up 20 places to #161. U.S. News Short List ranked Immaculata 2nd in the nation among national colleges/universities for small class size. The average student/teacher ratio is 9:1. Forbes Magazine ranks Immaculata as the 7th highest Catholic university in Pennsylvania. Tuition is less than all but two Catholic colleges in the state. In addition, Immaculata was just named a College of Distinction and a Catholic College of Distinction – a recognition of excellence from education professionals.
As a participating SAGE Scholars university for over 10 years, Immaculata invites you to explore the beautiful campus and see what is available. Visit www.immaculata.edu to begin your exploration