Your son or daughter’s interest in Immaculata marks an important time as you plan for one of the most important experiences in their life. Your decision to consider Immaculata is one we will take very seriously. We believe a strong support system for both parents and students is critical in achieving academic and personal growth goals
Graduating in four years
Your student may know exactly what their major will be. Or they may not have a clue. Experience shows that there are a lot of students in both camps, and that those in the former often change their minds before they graduate. With the national average now exceeding 60% of students needing more than 4 years to graduate, Immaculata is proud that nearly all of its undergraduate students graduate in 4 years. A great value for you.
Great value at a great school
A college education is one of the biggest investments a family makes, and one of the most worthwhile. The lifetime earnings of a college graduate far exceed the earnings of those without a degree. And what an Immaculata degree adds to the quality of your student’s life, while harder to measure, is no less valuable.
Both merit- and need-based aid is awarded at Immaculata. During the 2007-2008 academic year, nearly 90 percent of students received some form of financial aid. Want one more reason Immaculata is a great value? FIXED-RATE TUITION. That's right, whatever tuition is your son or daughter's freshman year, it remains the same through their senior year!
Immaculata’s admissions process is need-blind, which means that your ability to pay for Immaculata is not a factor in our admissions decision. Once your student is accepted, we'll work with them and your family to help you finance an Immaculata education.
Plan a visit. We want to see you!
So come with your student and visit the campus. There’s lots of information in the Campus Visit Section of this site. There, you'll find details about upcoming events, our daily campus visit program, and information about local accommodations, should you require them.