October 2022

Charles McKinney: Teaching the World English

Group of young people sitting at restaurant in Iraq

Charles McKinney ’09 was selected by the U.S. Department of State for the prestigious Virtual English Language Educator Program.


Immaculata Continues To Be Recognized as Guard-friendly School

Guard Friendly School

For the third consecutive year, Immaculata University has been recognized as a Guard-Friendly School by the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations.


Pre-law Program Accelerates Path to Bachelor’s and Law Degrees

Two young men sitting at a desk.

Immaculata University’s 3+3 pre-law program, a joint offering with Widener University Delaware Law School, enables students to earn an accelerated bachelor’s degree and Juris Doctor degree in only six years.


Holistic Appeal: How Family Traditions, Career-Focused Academics and Campus Ministry Led Bella O’Rourke to Immaculata

Nursing student Bella O'Rourke

“I didn’t look at any other schools after Immaculata. I stopped looking the moment I stepped on campus,” she said. “I love the community feel.” With a student-faculty ratio at 9:1, O’Rourke appreciates the small class sizes that allow her to make a connection with all her professors. I’m not just “another face or number in the class,” she points out.


Immaculata University Nursing Students Administer 125+ Vaccines at Local Clinic

Seven Immaculata University nursing students volunteered at a vaccine clinic

Seven senior Immaculata University nursing students volunteered to administer vaccinations to local community members at a Chester County Department of Health vaccine clinic held September 29 at Great Valley Middle School.


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