90th Commencement Ceremony
Apr30

90th Commencement Ceremony

Immaculata University held its 90th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 18, on the campus of Immaculata University.  The president of Immaculata University, Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., conferred degrees on 1,005 graduates.  Eighty-eight students received doctoral degrees, 182 students earned master’s degrees, 731 were awarded undergraduate degrees and four students received associate degrees. The Commencement speaker was...

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National Walking Day

In support of the American Heart Association’s National Walking Day on Wednesday, April 3, Immaculata University (IU) encouraged its faculty, staff, and students to walk IU’s picturesque campus for 20-30 minutes between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Immaculata’s Office of the President sponsored IU’s walk and Barbara Gallagher, M.Ed., assistant professor of human movement science, and Patricia Canterino, M.A., director of athletics...

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MCCC to Offer IU’s Ed.D. in Higher Education
Feb04

MCCC to Offer IU’s Ed.D. in Higher Education

  Immaculata University has joined Montgomery County Community College’s (MCCC) University Center initiative and will soon offer its Doctor of Education in Higher Education (Ed.D.) program at MCCC’s Central Campus in Blue Bell. First introduced in 2006, MCCC’s University Center offers an entrepreneurial approach to expanding higher education opportunities for residents of Montgomery County and surrounding areas. Through...

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Sr. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Honored by Foundation for Catholic Ed in Chester Co.

Immaculata University’s president, Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., is a 2012 Hall of Fame honoree of the Foundation for Catholic Education in Chester County.  Sister Patricia will receive the honor at the Catholic Schools Hall of Fame Gala for the Foundation for Catholic Education in Chester County on Thursday, October 25 at Bishop Shanahan High School. Sister Patricia has been the president of Immaculata University since 2002...

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IU Recipient of CSAC Academic Excellence Award

For the 2011-12 year, 143 Immaculata University student-athletes were named CSAC All-Academic, achieved by earning a grade point average of 3.20 or higher during their season of varsity competition. For the CSAC Institutional Academic Excellence Award, all students who use a season of eligibility, as defined by the NCAA, are included in the institution’s grade point average calculation.  Institutional grade point averages are...

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