Just the Facts
UNDERGRADUATE & ADULT
Explore your options and choose the program that will define your future.
Immaculata provides rigorous and career-focused programs designed to meet the needs of graduate students.
Apply to IU
Start your application today and get started on meeting your goals for your education, career, and your life as a whole.
Tour Immaculata and get a taste of our beautiful campus. See where students hang out, study, eat, compete and relax.
Immaculata University’s Division of Nursing has been educating nurses for more than 30 years, producing over 4,600 alumni.
In addition to excelling in sports, our student-athletes consistently earn recognition for their academic achievements.
Because of her excellent undergrad experience, Theresa enrolled in the Master of Science in Health Care Management Program and graduated in May.
Simon's most significant gain from the program surprised him, going beyond his professional life into something deeper.
All her experiences, with her children and her education at Immaculata, have given her the sense of purpose and the skills to be an excellent teacher.
Reflecting, Randie comments, “You’re not going to be alone. Our saying is ‘home under the dome’—it truly is. I can’t stop talking about Immaculata.”
Eager to provide the same compassionate care she saw from the nurses at CHOP, Brianna completed her BSN this spring.
As someone who excels in the sciences and always wanted to be a firefighter, Justin found another way to save lives: through becoming a nurse.
Crediting professors who made her feel comfortable and excited to be back in a classroom, Olivia's experience in the BSN program was positive.
Now a sophomore, Tyler has grown into a leader and is one of the basketball team’s captains, who are charged with keeping their teammates accountable.
Christina’s studies at IU coincided with her decision to partner with another teacher to write a new fifth grade math curriculum.
After graduation, Cathy plans to continue her studies at IU to earn her Master of Music Therapy and Counseling and work in the field of mental health.
As Julie closes in on the completion of her degree, she is looking forward to helping improve people’s health through proper nutrition.
Reflecting on her first year, Alexis comments, “I feel like it was the best decision I could have made considering the amount of knowledge that I gained here.”
The Navy Nurse Candidate program selects only 60 nursing students a year, and Immaculata’s Michaela Dwyer ’21 is among the elite students selected.
Having transitioned from high school to college, Vinnie Damiri ’23 is determined to succeed, and that includes being involved on campus.
Acknowledging hard work and sacrifices made so she could attend college, Lexie Bethman '23 is determined to help others in similar family situations.
For a while, Sara Bagner thought 'There's no way, not me.' But persistence, hard work and commitment have made her proud of where she is.
lmmaculata University and Marywood University have been in conversation about how we can strengthen our already strong institutions in a post-COVID world.
Here are some tips to help you keep your head above water and eventually get along swimmingly.
Professor George M. Schwartz, Ed.D. created the course so that students can be better informed about the Afghan people.
Several Immaculata nutrition students completed a training course to serve as peer leaders for other female students at IU.
This summer, three students are getting their hands dirty with scientific research—growing fungi, studying yeast DNA and watching the movements of molecules.
The students, Jennifer Grubb ’22 and Margarita Barnes ’22, were chosen from a substantial pool of students from across the state.