Established in 1920, the Immaculata University is a co-educational, private, Roman Catholic university located in Malvem, Pennsylvania, United States of America. The university is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church through the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
The University offers 100 + Undergraduate & Graduate programs. The university comprises of various departments: Arts, Biology, Business and Accounting, Chemistry, Education, English/Communication, Fashion Merchandising, Global Languages and Cultures, Health Sciences and Services, History/Political Science/International Relations, Human Movement Sciences, Math/Information and Digital Systems, Music, Music Therapy, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Philosophy, Professional Studies, Psychology, Sociology/Criminology/Social Work, Theology and Undecided/Exploratory Studies. The university also has a College of Graduate studies offering the programs in Education, Music Therapy, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics and Psychology and Counseling. The most popular undergraduate majors are nursing, exercise science, business management, education, psychology, health care management, and fashion merchandising.
The total student population at the university is more than 2,900 of which over 1,700 are enrolled in undergraduate courses. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 9:1 and the acceptance rate is 79%.
Immaculata University assists academically capable and qualified students. Almost all the students at the university are receiving one or the other form of financial assistance. The Office of Financial Aid provides aid to all students with documented financial need without regard to race, color, gender, handicap, or national or ethnic origin. All students are encouraged to apply for admission regardless of financial need as all admission decisions are made without respect to the applicant's financial need. The University offers a challenging, invigorating education and a supportive environment for students of any faith, preparing them for leadership and lifelong learning.
Notable Alumni: Mary Pat Clarke (American Politician), Rene Portland (American basketball coach)
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