Immaculata University Holds January Financial Aid Workshop

Immaculata University will conduct a Financial Aid Workshop for prospective students, their families, and the community on Saturday, January 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., in Loyola Hall, room 127, on the University´s campus. Programs and activities for the day will begin with registration and a welcome by Robert Forest, director of financial aid. The workshop will include "How to Apply for Financial Aid Using the 2010...

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Immaculata University Announces January Workshops

CATCH THE INFORMATION WAVE. Does it feel like you´re paddling through cyberspace when you could be surfing? With this five-week online course, students will learn to find and evaluate resources from our library databases and from the World Wide Web. The ethics of information usage will also be explored. This online class begins January 14 and ends March 18. The cost is $420 for one credit or $180 for non-credit. ART OF...

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Immaculata Vice President and Alumna, Theresa Grentz, to Speak at National Catholic Conference

West Chester resident Theresa Grentz, who is vice president for University Advancement at Immaculata University and a 1974 alumna, is scheduled to be a speaker at the National FOCUS Conference 2010 – Made for More held in Orlando, Florida, January 1 through 3. Thousands of students will gather for the conference to receive top-shelf instruction in the Catholic faith; they will be encouraged and challenged to live the human virtues...

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Sister Agnes Cummings, IHM, Joins Immaculata University’s Nursing Faculty

Sister Agnes Cummings, IHM, joins Immaculata University´s Nursing Department as an instructor for both the undergraduate and graduate programs. Prior to her arrival at Immaculata, Sister Agnes worked as a staff nurse in the Neuroscience Intermediate Care Unit at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA. From 2004 to 2006, she worked as a staff nurse in the Telemetry and Cardiovascular Intermediate Care Unit at...

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Immaculata University Student, Mary Kerrigan, of Clinton, MA, Received Scholarship

Mary Kerrigan, a resident of Clinton, MA and a junior at Immaculata University, was selected to receive a $1,500 scholarship from the Pennsylvania Society of New England Women (PSNEW). The PSNEW annually awards a scholarship to a female student from New England presently attending a college in the Philadelphia area. PSNEW has been giving scholarships to students since 1906. As a music therapy major, Mary is intensely involved in...

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