Immaculata News

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Immaculata University’s Online Ed.D. in Educational Leadership Ranked Among Nation’s Best

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.


Resilient Immaculata University Emergency Planning and Management Student Earns National Award

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Emergency Planning and Management major, Lilly Evasew recently received the prestigious General Carl A. Spaatz Award, the Civil Air Patrol’s highest cadet honor.


Spring 2023 Dean’s List


Immaculata University honors over 300 students who merit inclusion in the spring 2023 Dean’s List, achieving a grade point average of 3.7 on a scale of 4.0.


IU 2023 Graduate Profile: Meredith Katona, B.S.N.

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After earning an undergraduate degree in English, Meredith Katona decided to switch careers and get a degree in nursing. She was drawn to the field because of the range of specialties and career options she could pursue.


IU 2023 Graduate Profile: John Schuyler, B.A. in History with Secondary Education

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John Schuyler’s strengths are familiar to those around him, as his involvement in student leadership opportunities made him instantly recognizable as one of the role models on campus.


IU 2023 Graduate Profile: Ferdinand Surita, Ed.D.

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Ferdinand Surita, Ed.D. has overcome tremendous odds to earn his doctorate degree and is an inspiration to all who want a better life.


Immaculata Grad Cleo Hoey Creates Magical Moments at Disney

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Cleo Hoey ’22 used her leadership experience that she gained as a student at Immaculata during her internship at Walt Disney World.


The Power of Music: Calling Attention to Opioid Addiction and Honoring Lives Lost

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The campus community came together to honor Stephen Moore, the cousin of Melissa Rice ’09. Music students created a professional recording of his rap song, “Love, Moore” that debuted on April 21.