The entire Immaculata University class of 2020, approximately 230 students, 18 student leaders, 18 instructors, and several volunteers, are participating in the Macs Giving Back Service Project on Saturday, August 27. Ten non-profit organizations, mostly located in the Chester County area, will be the benefactors of this all-day service project.
Immaculata University is pleased to announce that its master's-level degree program in Clinical Mental Health recently earned accreditation from the board of directors of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
Starting with the Fall 2017 semester, Immaculata University will be making the Inclusion Grant available for full-time undergraduate freshmen. Each academic year, the grant, worth $2,500 per academic year ($10,000 over four years), will be awarded to five eligible first-time freshmen.
Immaculata University is pleased to announce that Maria Green Cowles, Ph.D, has accepted the position of vice president for Academic Affairs. In this position, Dr. Cowles serves on the Executive Administration team where she assists in developing the institutional vision and executing the University's strategic plan in academic affairs.