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Founded in 1920, Immaculata University. is a Private college. Located in Pennsylvania, which is a city setting in Pennsylvania, the campus itself is Suburban. The campus is home to 1,555 full time undergraduate students, and 1,055 full time graduate students.
The Immaculata University Academic calendar runs on a Semester basis. In the school year the student to faculty ratio was 8:1. There are 81 full time instructional teachers. Degrees awarded at Immaculata University include: Bachelor's Degree, Masters Degree, Post-master's certificate, Doctor's degree.
Admissions at are considered Less Selective, with ,9% of all applicants being admitted.
In the school year, of the students who applied to the school, only 14 of those who were admitted eventually ended up enrolling.
0% of incoming freshmen are in the top half of their high school class. 0% were in the top quarter, and 0% were in the top tenth. You can apply online.
We asked, and students answered these important questions about student life at Immaculata University.
30 Students rated on-campus housing 3.8 stars. 27 % gave the school a 5.0.
21 Students rated off-campus housing 3.6 stars. 0 % gave the school a 5.0.
33 Students rated campus food 2.9 stars. 6 % gave the school a 5.0.
34 Students rated campus facilities 4.1 stars. 32 % gave the school a 5.0.
34 Students rated class size 4.5 stars. 74 % gave the school a 5.0.
34 Students rated school activities 3.9 stars. 26 % gave the school a 5.0.
35 Students rated local services 4.1 stars. 43 % gave the school a 5.0.
35 Students rated academics 3.7 stars. 20 % gave the school a 5.0.
7 Students rated Immaculata University
My daughter, who attends seems pretty well satisfied. As long as she has no problems I'm good with them.
Immaculata is a small, private university in a quiet area. People are generally more reserved and from higher income families in this area. The class sizes are very small and give a good chance to learn. It is good school academically, but it lacks a lot on the social scene.
There are so many things that I love about Immaculata, and I think that more people should know what makes Immaculata so amazing. When talking about how the school looks, there is no place on campus that does not have a beautiful view. Immaculata is one of the most beautiful campuses that I have visited and I am so glad I decided to attend Immaculata. The University focuses on the academic successes of students and put academics before sports. As a student-athlete, I appreciate how Immaculata puts great emphasis on the grades of their athletes and has study halls for them in case they are struggling in any of their classes. Tutors are also available for anyone at the University which is very helpful to many of the student-athletes as well as the music majors. Another thing I appreciate about Immaculata is that they allow their students to be open to new experiences. Individuals who are into music and sports are able to do both easily.
The atmosphere at Immaculata is much like a family. Everyone cares about each other's well-being, making the campus a safe place. There have been no instances where I have felt unsafe on campus, and I appreciate the family atmosphere.
Immaculata also has many traditions, which are some of my favorite events on campus. The one tradition that I love the most is Carol Night, where students and members of the community gather in the rotunda around the beautifully decorated Christmas tree and sing Christmas carols all night. This experience is one that you do not want to miss because it is so beautiful. Another tradition is the planting of the ivy. One of the first things the freshmen do on campus is plant their class ivy by the Grotto. This tradition is fun because you get to see the growth of the University from when it was founded in 1920. These traditions are very important to the University and impact the students in many ways. These are just some of the things that I love about Immaculata.
I believe Immaculata to be a great school. The environment is very friendly and the over all atmosphere is positive. Everyone sticks together as a family on campus which is nice because who doesn’t love family. As a student there currently I would definitely recommend this school to others because it is just the right size. Not too big not too little. The academics are good and the teachers want nothing but the best for their students and want them to be successful.
The fall 2020 acceptance rate for Immaculata University is 81%. That means, out of _____ applications received in 2020 , _____ students were offered admission. The number of males who applied was _____ vs the number of females which was _____.
Find a school that fits, don't wory about how much it cost at first, everything will work out in the end. Students, if you can see yourself there it is a phenomenal thing; you will feel right at home, you will be more involved and do better in school if you enjoy where you are. Parents, don't decide where your child decides to go to school, let them decide on their own, it will mean more to them if they go to a school because THEY truely want to be there rather if you pick it for them, but do help them in their decision making just remember the final decision is not yours.
The best thing about my school is the sense of community. Everytime you walk to class or into the cafeteria, you know everyone you see. Everyone is always extremely helpful and caring, and there is a definate sense of unity among all the students. The professors here are also really helpful and a substantial part of the community feel. If a student needs anything from a professor, he/she can very easily contact that professor and recieve the necessary information on the same day. Overall, attending Immaculata is a stimulating and enjoyable experience for everyone who chooses to do so.
Before coming to this school I wish I would have known more about the environment during the weekends. Being a student that is far away from home I knew I would be staying on campus over the weekends, and I wish I had known about the fact that alot of people that come to this school go home on the weekends. As long as any future student gets involved like I did, then they will have no problem with the lack of people that stay on weekends. As long as any future student gets involved they will love Immaculata University.
Immaculata is a home away from home.
They are all motivated, inspirational, and overall incredible people.
The worst thing about my school is that it is so rural. I do enjoy the fact that it is in the counrty but sometimes it is hard because the school isn't near anything, you have to drive to get anywhere.
Someone who doesn't care about their education.
Education, student teaching programs, music, music therapy, national women's basketball championship team of 1972
The spirit of this university is very unique. There is a great sense of home and family that resides on this campus, especially if you live on campus. Here, people you don't even know always smile and say hello to so as you walk to class. Being a catholic college often, nuns live in the same dorms as the students an even in the sames halls. There is a certain sense of respect that students have because of the presence of the sisters and this is unlike any other university that i know an i love it!
Someone who enjoys a smaller group of students per class, friendly classmates, and understanding professors.
Class sizes are small, allowing for individual attention. The professors go out of their way to make sure that the students get the help they require. Professors have offices on campus and are more than willing to help anyone that drops by. Each student is assigned an advisor that helps them plan out their schedule each semester. Tutoring is free and there is a tutor for almost every class. If there is not a tutor for a class that you need to be tutored in, the Tutoring Center will find a tutor for you. Many professors include attendance/participation as a part of your grade.
Since Immaculata is such a small school, the student body is close. Everyone is very friendly and knows everyone else. At Immaculata, you're never without a friend. All of the faculty and staff go out of their way to help the students.
I realize my school is a Catholic University but sometimes I feel that the Catholic part is a little too engrained. Sometimes in classes even classes that are not theology or religion based I would hear or find that being interjected somehow in the conversation. Sometimes I thought it was not such a great idea. Also I want to live on campus next year and I was informed the financial aid would be more than sufficient and now their word is being changed and saying it isn't.
I don't believe this stereotype is true because I have many friends including myself who came to Immaculata as their first choice.
I don't know that is any one class that is most popular. It would be hard to determine which classes are the most popular because of core, major, and minor requirements.
However, there are professors who's classes are almost always full.
Because we are a small school, the required classes run every semester or every other semester, but the extra classes tend to change. Every semester there's something new and exciting to take. For example, last semester, the English Department offered a class on graphic novels. This semester, the Honors Program and History Department is offering a class on the Holocaust. Professors are always looking for new material to teach and new classes to add.
There are many clubs, groups, and activities at Immaculata. If you cannot find a club that you want to join, faculty and staff will help you create your own club. There is a group on campus that plans events for the weekends and it is rare to find a weekend without a dance or some other event. The dorms are pretty nice. Each dorm is air conditioned and heated. All of the dorm rooms have a sink in the room except for the suties (they have a connecting bathroom). Immaculata is very tradition based. These traditions range from the class ceremonies (pinning, the ring ceremony, graduation) to ringing the bell by a statue.
Honestly, there is no specific stereotype that defines Immaculata. We have students from all walks of life. Any stereotypical group of students conceivable is most likely present in some form here.
In the winter of 2010, my sophomore year, we had a huge snow storm here. If people hadn't left campus early enough, they were stuck here. So, my friends and I had a sleep- over because there was no way we were having classes at least for a couple of days. The next day, we got up, went down for breakfast, and stole trays from the cafeteria so that we could go sledding. Even though our campus still has great hills for sledding, at the time, they hadn't build the baseball stadium, so we had an amazing hill to sled down.
The campus was so beautiful with the snow and a lot of students had nothing better to do than play outside. Not only was it great to have off of classes for a few days, but forgetting about the stresses of college and just playing like kids again was a day that I will never forget.
Many students who attend Immaculata have family who live close to campus, so there are quite a few students who go home on the weekends.
In saying that, when I first started here, every weekend campus would look like a ghost town. However, I've noticed that more students are staying here on the weekends. With the addition of certain sports teams, student activities, and an increase in admission numbers, students are more inclined to stay on campus.
Student Development and Engagement works to ensure that there are plenty of activities on campus for students to attend. Such events include, Sunday Family Dinner once a month, Cotillion and other various dances throughout the year, and movies played in the theater throughout the semester. In addition, other clubs and organizations hold events such as The Variety Show and Volley-A-Wish.
Although changing, many students still go home on the weekends. Also, there are few areas on campus where students can truly hang out.
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All students must apply yearly for financial aid. This process starts with the FAFSA.
Though financial aid deadlines vary by school, it is a good idea to apply as soon as possible. For the upcoming school year, you can apply as early as October 1 for the FAFSA. Additional school aid will be dependent on the FAFSA results.
99% of students
attending Immaculata University receive some sort of financial aid.
32% were awarded federal grants.
While 83% received federal loans.
Many students do also need to apply for additional private student loans.
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