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