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.
Students who transfer into Immaculata’s Fashion Merchandising Program thrive. Meet a current student who transferred during her freshman year and a recent alumna who is working in the fashion industry upon earning her degree.
Fourteen students and two faculty members took the two-hour drive from Immaculata to New York’s Garment District where the students explored several well-known business.
Jaliece Horn ’24 was awarded $500 by the Black Talent in Design and Fashion Fund, a scholarship and mentorship program founded by Nike designer Alicia Pinckney.