Enrichment students are not currently pursuing a degree at Immaculata but are interested in taking credit courses that are relevant to their current situation, personal or professional. They seek to expand their skills, investigate new fields or areas of study, or complete prerequisites for other programs.
Enrichment students have a variety of educational backgrounds. Some have no college experience, while others may have advanced degrees. Whatever previous education you have received, you are welcome to take classes for college credit, for increasing your value in the workplace, or for your own enjoyment.
Who studies as an enrichment student?
- Individuals attending another college or university who want to take courses at Immaculata to transfer to their home institution.
- Students completing prerequisite courses for graduate school.
- High school students seeking to earn college credit.
- Professionals who want to acquire a new skill to increase their value in the workplace.
- Individuals interested in taking a credit course for their own personal reasons. Popular areas for enrichment are the sciences and foreign languages.
For more information about becoming an enrichment student at Immaculata, please call 610-647-4400 ext. 3238.
If you are a high school student interested in taking courses, please call a counselor in Academic Support Services at 610-647-4400 ext. 3242.