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After 15 years of dealing with interruptions in her education, Georgina is set to graduate in August with her bachelor’s degree in organizational behavior.read more
As we move through the remainder of this academic year, please know that we remain focused on creating healthy environments for our students, staff, and community.
Esports is the 24th addition to Immaculata’s roster of varsity athletic programs. The co-ed team will compete as a member of NACE and ECAC.
Andrew Sullivan ’19 learned early on that time management was essential, and made him an ER nurse who can expertly handle five different situations at once.
Mighty Macs’ softball star player Keani Hindle ’21 has a mantra: “I do this because I like it. I’m here to have fun, and I am here for a degree.”
Learn how the basketball player wants to use his human resources degree to help employees grow and improve their performance.
Jeffrey Powell-Young, ’20
Human Resources Management
Grounded in IHM tradition and charism since 1920.
Find out what an IU education can do for your mind, your character and your future.