Immaculata’s College of Undergraduate Studies provides a strong liberal arts foundation that will serve you well in the world of work, in professional or graduate school, and in all of life.
Through our core curriculum, you’ll gain knowledge of human cultures and the natural world, you’ll build your analytical and communication skills, and you’ll grow in personal and social responsibility.
Choose from more than 50 majors and 40 minors offered by 20 departments. Have some fun mixing and matching your areas of study to learn about what you love, diversify your skills, and make yourself more marketable.
- Allied Health:
- Bioscience Technology
- Cardiac Electrophysiology
- Cardiovascular Invasive Technology
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Medical Dosimetry
- Medical Laboratory Science
- Nuclear Medicine Technology
- Radiation Therapy
- Respiratory Therapy
- Surgical Technology
- Athletic Training
- Business Management
- Business & Computer Education
- Digital Communication
- Organizational Communication
- Public Relations
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Elementary/Special Education
- Secondary Education
- Exercise Science:
- Movement Science
- Sport Management
- Family & Consumer Sciences Education
- Fashion Merchandising
- General Science
- Global Studies/French
- Global Studies/Spanish
- Information Technology
- Marketing Management
- Mathematics/Computer Science
- Music Education
- Music Therapy
- Politics/International Relations
- Pre-Occupational Therapy combined with Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Thomas Jefferson University
- Pre-Physical Therapy combined with Doctor of Physical Therapy at Thomas Jefferson University
- Social Work
- Spanish/Social Work
Your time here - both in and outside of the classroom—will enrich you academically, professionally, socially, and spiritually.
Feel free to contact one of our admissions counselors or call 1-877-42-TODAY to discuss your interests, ask questions, and learn more about our programs and financial aid. We look forward to talking with you!
that will stimulate your mind and advance
your career, and a community that will
support and shape you.
- Choose from an array of academic programs and get valuable work experience through an internship.
- Take advantage of our 10:1 student/faculty ratio by getting to know your professors in close-knit classes.
- Participate in leadership, service, and social activities through our campus organizations.
- Take a quick train ride into Philadelphia to grab a cheesesteak, see a play, or tour a museum.
for you because it’s out of reach for
your bank account?
We’re here to put a college degree within reach of academically qualified students. The Office of Financial Aid assists all students with documented financial need without regard to race, color, gender, handicap, or national or ethnic origin. All admission decisions are made without respect to the applicant's financial need.
We expect parents and students to contribute toward the cost of a college education. To the extent that funds are available, your financial aid package will contain two forms of aid, both gifts (grants and scholarships) and self-help (employment and loans).
Round out your education by taking advantage of the activities we offer. Create your own vibrant university experience.
Grow in your faith, participate in service projects, and enjoy fellowship.
Pay your tuition bill, pick up your paycheck, and more.
Buy, rent, or sell your textbooks, and show your school spirit with Immaculata gear.
Get information about on-campus dining options.
Participate in IU's activities and events.
Get help navigating life in the U.S., including visas and employment.
Get an all-in-one ID card that allows you to make bookstore purchases, buy meals, check out library books, and access campus buildings.
Learn about public transportation options and parking guidelines.
Immaculata University offers a wide variety
of co-curricular clubs and organizations.
Get the most out of your college experience
- Build your resume with service and leadership experience.
- Make new friends and network connections.
- Become a well-rounded individual.
- Explore your interests.
- HAVE FUN!
Immaculata's clubs and organizations are divided into five different categories: academic, special interest, media & arts, political, social.
(African-American Cultural Society)
(American Choral Directors Association)
- Alpha Xi
- Anderson Math Club
- Biochem Club
- Business Club
- College Republicans Club
- Delta Pi
- English & Communications Club
- Environmental Club
- Eta Phi Tau
- EXS Majors
- Family and Consumer Sciences Club
- Fashion Group
- Gamer's Guild
- Gospel Choir
- Hands On
- Hispanic Club
- Health Sciences Club
- Honor Society
- In Unison
- IU Association of Music
- Therapy Students Organization
- IU Dance Company
- IU Nursing Society
- I2U Peer Educators
- Kappa Omicron Nu (FCS)
- Lambda Iota Tau (English)
- Mac Buddies
- Mac Pack
- Macs Respect Life
- Man Club
(Modern Foreign Language Association)
- Music Education Club
- Omicron Pi Epsilon
- Outsiders Club
- Paintball Club
- Pep Band
- Phi Alpha Theta (History)
- Phi Epsilon Kappa
- Photography Club
- Psi Chi (Psychology)
- Psychology Club
- Sigma Zeta
(Science & Mathematics)
- Sophisticated Sistas
- Student Dietetic Association
- Student Government Association
- Swim Club
- Tau Kappa Sigma
- Tau Phi
- Variety Show
Residence Life and Housing is dedicated to developing a comprehensive program centered on students’ residential needs. The department focuses on community development and civility, growth of individual students, and promotion of academic success through collaboration with members of the campus and local community.
IU commuters make the Dome their home away from home. Did you know that more than 50% of College of Undergraduate Studies students commute to Immaculata? Check out our site to find information about events, parking, study and snack spots, and how to get involved on campus!
Any questions, please e-mail: CommuterLife@immaculata.edu
The Immaculata University Pathways Center integrates academic advising, career development and academic support services. Advisors and counselors will guide you at every step of your college journey, from selecting a major in the beginning of your academic career, to landing a great position upon graduation.
Stop by to drop/add courses, sign up for summer studies, or get general academic advice.
Take your tests in our distraction-free location, learn about study skills and organization, or get personalized academic coaching.
Academic Accommodations will assist you because of a documented learning differences.
Tutoring Services is for one-on-one or group sessions with a peer tutor in any subject.
Get internship information, vocational guidance, and personal support as you explore jobs, network, as well as creating a career plan.
The Writing Center can help you in the planning, drafting, and revising stages of your writing.
The Math Center will work you to help you master material from any mathematics course.
Your son or daughter may be leaving home and starting a new adventure at college, but you are still an important part of his or her education and development.
At Immaculata, we value the important role that parents or guardians play in the life of their college students. We encourage you to be actively involved in the academic, social, and personal growth your children will enjoy as they become members of the Immaculata community.
We want you to know that you are also a part of this community. We are committed to helping your family navigate the college experience and get the most out of it.