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Is the stereotype of students at your school accurate?


I guess that because Immaculata is a Catholic university, many think that only students of the Catholic faith attend. This is untrue. Students of all denominations of faith and those who don't believe in anything at all attend here. Yes, to fulfill core requirements students must take theology credits, but students are able to choose what classes they wish to take in that field. While Catholicism is the dominant religion on campus, no one is forced to practice or believe the practices of the Church.


I don't believe this stereotype is true because I have many friends including myself who came to Immaculata as their first choice.