Amanda Miller ’20, a biology graduate decided to come back to Immaculata University to earn a second bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Immaculata University’s nursing students achieved a remarkable 97.92% first-time pass rate on the registered nurse licensure exam, or NCLEX, in the 2022-23 academic year, the most recent year for which data is available. The national NCLEX pass rate for 2022-23 is 90.16%. Immaculata’s nursing students receive extensive support to prepare for the exam, including a…
As a child, Shane Warner ’24 was exposed to hospitals and medical facilities when his father underwent a heart transplant. Wanting to give back to the medical field, Warner, who is an allied health major with a concentration in medical laboratory science (MLS), is spending his senior year of college completing the clinical portion of his 3+1 allied health program at the Hershey Medical Center.
Forbes Advisor Education named the program one of the top 10 online Ed.D. programs in the U.S., out of 182 programs offered nationwide by accredited, nonprofit colleges.
Caroline McArdle ’25 discovered as a child that she had a muscle weakness disorder and learning disabilities that influenced the ways in which she approached reading, language and comprehension. Undaunted, she chose to pursue her passion for fashion at Immaculata and plans to pursue a career in interior design.