100 Years of Memories
Join Immaculata University for a week-long celebration of 100 Years of Memories with an Online Auction and Charter Day of Giving.
Stories and tips from the IU community.
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Historic Past, Ambitious Future
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.read more
Drawn to IU because of small class sizes, David Crowell ’23 is dedicated to his education and making the best of his college experience.read more
Continuing our commitment to making a quality education affordable, Immaculata’s tuition will remain unchanged for the fourth year, for the 2021-2022 academic year. Additionally, room and board rates are also preserved, which makes living on-campus a good investment.read more
Immaculata University community mourns the passing of former president, Sister Marian William Hoben, IHM, ’55
Sister Marian William Hoben, IHM, died of natural causes on Tuesday, October 20, in Camilla Hall at age of 97 and in the 78th year of her religious life. Sister was Immaculata’s 7th president, and is remembered for her gift with words, her wit and humor, and an engaging personality.read more
After finishing her degree, Olive wants to become a certified public accountant and use the skills she learned to investigate fraud and embezzlement.read more
- Dec016:00 PMMaster of Athletic Training Virtual Info Session
- Dec014:30 PMEd.D. K-12 Virtual Info Session: Catholic Educators Cohort
- Dec016:00 PMAdult Undergraduate Virtual Info Session
- Dec024:30 PMHigher Education Ed.D. Virtual Info Session
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
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