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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.


Adult Learner Pursues New Nursing Career to Connect With Patients

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Tony Pisciella wanted a career that matters to him. He returned to college for an accelerated second bachelor’s degree in nursing and looks forward to connecting with patients experiencing acute challenges.


Taking Pride in Your Career: An Adult Learner’s Path to a New Career

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Karenna Genzlinger ’23 was interested in a field that valued sustainability and offered flexible schedules. Immaculata’s nutrition program was a perfect fit.


Students Save Time and Money with Immaculata University’s Credit for Prior Learning Program

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Immaculata’s CPL program awards credits for various types of training and experiences, including workplace training, technical/secretarial school courses, military training, professional certificates and more.


Working Professional Gains New Skills, New Confidence With Bachelor’s Degree From Immaculata

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Josh Gribben applied concepts from the business management program to his job and felt more informed in conversations at his workplace. After demonstrating additional skills, he was promoted to sales operations manager.


Adult Professionals Rely on Immaculata University for Upskilling, Reskilling and Degree Completion

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Adult students are busy and have varied reasons for pursuing college degrees. Immaculata University has been educating adult students for over 50 years. As their needs evolve to meet workforce demands and non-traditional schedules, Immaculata also evolves to meet the needs of today’s adult learners.


Robert Brockenbrough

Robert Brockenbrough

To enhance the public service he provides, Brockenbrough enrolled in Immaculata’s Bachelor of Science in emergency planning and management.


Once consumed by PTSD, she became a nurse for her fellow vets

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“PTSD is not hopeless,” said Jenn Grubb. With her own healing underway, she wanted to help other veterans heal. “They’re my brothers; they’re my sisters.”