Today, Immaculata University celebrates the 100th anniversary of its college charter. On November 12, 1920, Immaculata became the first Catholic college for women in the area. Known as Charter Day, this day holds special significance in this our centennial year of 2020.
While this video commemorates the past 100 years of Immaculata, it also commemorates you, who are now a part of our rich history. Please enjoy this video commemorating Immaculata.
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Charter Day of Giving
We have been celebrating 100 Years of Memories since last Friday with an Online Auction, and today we hold our Day of Giving.
We encourage alumni, parents, friends, and all members of the Immaculata community to join in the celebration.
All funds raised benefit the completion of IU’s newest building, the Parsons Science Pavilion—a state-of-the-art laboratory facility.