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Continuing our commitment to making a quality education affordable, Immaculata’s tuition will remain unchanged through the 2019-2020 academic year. Additionally, room and board rates are also preserved, which makes living on-campus a good investment.

What this means for you: No matter what level of education you are pursuing, tuition will remain the same for the associate, bachelor, master’s and doctoral programs, so now is a great time to apply.

“Because we understand the impact of the costs of higher education, we are very pleased to announce that there will be no increase in tuition for any of our programs, or for room and board,” states Barbara Lettiere, president of Immaculata University. “We are committed to keeping our prices affordable so that students know that a degree from Immaculata is absolutely financially attainable.

Immaculata offers 60 undergraduate majors and minors including career-oriented programs in allied health, biology, business, nursing, education, exercise science, music therapy, and many other popular degree programs. Graduate programs include seven master’s programs in psychology (clinical mental health and school psychology/education specialist), nursing, education, nutrition, music therapy, and management and leadership. Also offered are three doctoral degree programs in clinical psychology, educational leadership, and higher education. Students may choose from a variety of delivery formats, such as classroom, online or hybrid.

Consistent with our plan to provide affordable education, this past spring Immaculata reduced tuition on its most popular associate degree programs to $250 per credit. Students can earn an associate degree in Immaculata’s new program in education, or in business administration, communication or information systems. Business administration and information systems are available completely online.

Learn more about Immaculata’s undergraduate admissions, adult professional studies, or graduate admissions.

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