Immaculata University excels at serving adult learners.
For over 50 years, we have refined and developed a customized program to support you and your successful journey to completing a degree. We know you have many responsibilities to manage, so are most concerned with providing you with a balanced, timely and cost-effective approach. From payment plans to academic guidance, the College of Adult Professional Studies is set up for your success.
Our enrollment team specializes in evaluating your entire personal and professional portfolio, ensuring you are pursuing the program, modality and location that best serves your needs.
Additionally, our Financial Aid team will help you navigate the process of making your education affordable through exploring all possible aid options and providing a monthly payment plan option to help you forecast and budget your monthly expenses.
Free Success Seminar
We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to connect with other adult students, view a snapshot of your academic experience and reinforce your ability to achieve your goal.
You will benefit from the advice and guidance of a personal academic advisor who will help you plan and achieve your goals, according to your timeline. You will also have access to Degree Works, a software program that shows your progress on completing your degree.
Credit for Prior Learning
Our team will also evaluate your work history and other life experiences as part of our Credit for Prior Learning option, which is an additional way to save you money and time.
Writing Center and Math Center
Our staff is trained to develop and enhance writing and math skills at every level. We will provide the support for you to excel in your coursework, and in the workplace.
The University is committed to providing reasonable academic accommodations to all students eligible under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Whether you are taking classes on campus, online or at another location, resources are readily available to all students to provide the best research and support for your classes.
As an adult student, you can benefit from the services of the Career and Professional Development Center, regardless of your current employment status. If you are considering a career change or exploring the job market, the staff can provide you with data, internship, job and networking opportunities.
Our student portal is a one-stop resource for students to manage student account and financial aid, and houses supporting information for additional academic resources, campus services, student life and policies.
Student Wellness Center
Your physical and mental health are both important to your academic success. The Student Wellness Center offers free confidential counseling, preventative care and programming to support you.
Once you have successfully completed your degree (you can graduate in January, May or August), you will be invited to celebrate your accomplishments at our annual Commencement ceremony in May. You will also be warmly welcomed into our esteemed Alumni Association, where you will join over 19,000 members nationally and internationally represented in 30 countries.
Dec 5, 2018 | CAPS Connection
“If you don’t know the first names of your students within a month, shame on you,” states Immaculata professor of education David Brennan, Ed.D. He is referring to the often-repeated mantra he tells his student-teachers: get to know your students.read more
Dec 3, 2018 | CAPS Connection
Whether you are a community college graduate, a first-time college student, someone who has been away from college for a while or utilizing military benefits, Immaculata’s supportive environment will help you succeed in achieving your academic and professional goals.read more
Aug 9, 2018 | CAPS Connection
Following in the footsteps of his mother, Lynne Conlan, who graduated from Immaculata as an adult student in 2003, Mike Conlan decided to give college another try as an adult. Enrolling at Immaculata as part of a cohort of Wawa employees, he initially earned an A.S....read more