Undergraduate programs, including accelerated & online career-oriented programs
Most popular are nursing, exercise science, business management, education, psychology, health care management, and criminology.
More than a dozen graduate offerings including masters, doctoral, and certificate programs.
Most popular degrees being educational leadership and administration, clinical psychology, counseling, nursing, and nutrition.
of the traditional undergraduate class of 2020 was employed or in grad school within nine months of graduation.
(Based on an 89% knowledge rate)
Immaculata’s student body comprises about 1,700 undergraduates and 900 graduate students.
Minority students make up 25% of the degree-seeking student body University-wide.
Immaculata has more than 90 full-time faculty members, almost 80% of whom hold terminal degrees.
Personalized academic attention is a hallmark of Immaculata’s programs.
of the traditional undergraduate class of 2019 was employed or in grad school within nine months of graduation.
And 80% of 2019 alumni were either employed in their fields or in graduate school full-time.
(Based on an 87% knowledge rate)
Immaculata’s student body comprises approximately 1,500 undergraduates and 1,000 graduate students.
Minority students make up 23 percent of the degree-seeking student body University-wide.
Immaculata has more than 80 full-time faculty members, 85 percent of whom hold terminal degrees.
Ninety-eight percent of classes have fewer than 30 students. Personalized academic attention is a hallmark of Immaculata’s programs.
Ranking and Accolades
Immaculata is recognized for the valuable education it provides, for its student retention, for the median salaries of alumni, and for the overall return on investment the University offers.
Here are some of our most recent accolades. Please note that these publications calculated their rankings based on data from previous years, some of which may now be outdated.
- U.S. News & World Report ranked Immaculata as one of the top national universities for 2020
- Forbes named Immaculata University one of America’s Top Colleges in 2019
- Money Magazine named Immaculata one of the best colleges for your money four consecutive years, 2017-2020
- PayScale ranked Immaculata’s return on investment as the 35th best in Pennsylvania
- College Factual named Immaculata #2 in the nation for Best Nursing Colleges for Non-Traditional Students, #4 in Pennsylvania for 2020 Best Nursing Schools, and #37 in the U.S. for Best Nursing Colleges for 2020
Immaculata offers 22 varsity teams including co-ed Esports.
The Mighty Macs compete in the Atlantic East Conference (AEC) and in Division III of the NCAA. Esports is part of NACE.
Immaculata’s Mighty Macs compete in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) and in Division III of the NCAA.
The University offers 23 men’s and women’s collegiate sports, as well as several intramural clubs.
Immaculata University is currently regionally accredited by the Commission of Higher Education Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, 215-662- 5605. Individual programs in business, music, nursing, nutrition, clinical mental health counseling, and clinical psychology are accredited by seven other independent accrediting organizations.
For more information, please visit our Accreditation page.
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