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Immaculata Hosts Improv Theatre

 Immaculata University welcomed the Playback Theatre to campus on Thursday, March 20, for an evening of improvisation based on audience stories.  Sponsored by Immaculata’s Academic Affairs, Student Development and Engagement, and the Global Languages and Cultures departments, the event’s theme

Canonization Series

Immaculata University’s Campus Ministry is offering a series of presentations to celebrate the Canonization of two Catholic Popes.  Pope John XXIII, who was Pope from 1958-1963, and Pope John Paul II, who was Pope from 1978-2005, the second longest-serving Pope

IU Alumnus Earns Polish Jump Wings

Immaculata University alumnus, Jonathan Martin ’09,  staff sergeant with the 82nd Airborne Division (U.S. Army) stationed in Fort Bragg, NC, participated in Operation Toy Drop. Each paratrooper donates a new toy and in return is entered into a lottery.  If

Theresa Payton on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”

Continuing her expansive knowledge of digital security, Immaculata University alumna and trustee Theresa M. Payton ’89 of Charlotte, N.C., appeared on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Tuesday, January 21, discussing her new book with co-author Ted Claypoole,

IU’s SYE Program Recognized by National Organization

Often sophomores are “the forgotten” group of students but not at Immaculata University.  In fact, sophomores at Immaculata are treated to special programming, called the Sophomore Year Experience (SYE), designed to enable them to make the connection between their first-year

Scholarship for Business Student: Anne Marie DeCarolis

The Immaculata University Business Department Advisory Board has selected Anne Marie DeCarolis of Nottingham, PA, for its inaugural scholarship.  DeCarolis is majoring in Business Management.  The scholarship, worth $1,825 in support of her educational expenses for the spring 2014 semester,

Scholarship for Business Student: Michael Sturdivant

The Immaculata University Business Department Advisory Board has selected Michael L. Sturdivant, Jr., of Philadelphia, PA (19111) for its inaugural scholarship.  Sturdivant is majoring in Business Management.  The scholarship, worth $1,825 in support of his educational expenses for the spring

Grace & Glory on the Noble Hill – Buy Your Copy Now!

In 1914, just in time for the fall academic semester, Villa Maria Hall opened its doors and served as the site for Villa Maria Academy.  Not until 1920 did Villa Maria College, now known as Immaculata University (IU), become a