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Dear Friends of Immaculata,
Another semester is upon us and Immaculata is thriving. Boosted by a busy fall semester,
we look forward to milestones in this semester such as 100 Nights dinner, Children’s Theatre,
and Commencement on May 17.
In this issue of
we share with you a comprehensive strategic
plan that was created by dedicated members of the Immaculata community. After hours of
brainstorming and hard work, the document states deliberately and boldly who Immaculata is
and what we must do over the next five years, and well into our second century, to Be Mighty!
Our first priority is to be true to our students, delivering a top-notch educational
experience, offering a vibrant campus life, sharing opportunities for growth in the classroom
and in the business arena, and helping lifelong friendships to be made and nurtured. The initiatives that are
delineated here are a reality that we are living. Each member of the Immaculata community is empowered to
live out these initiatives. With confidence, I know that they will embrace them and pursue them with optimism
With the competitive market always challenging us, we realize, that while the plan places before us some
robust goals, we must be true to who we are as an institution, a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution
of higher education.
We look to the future with confidence and we ask you to join us in this monumental undertaking. We
experience the power of your support every day. We count on it to keep Immaculata strong. Thank you again
for your belief in Immaculata.
Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D.