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Comprehensive. Co-ed. Faith-based. Immaculata University has a rich history of liberal education with an emphasis on service. 

Nearing our 100th anniversary, we strive to maintain a culture rooted in the traditions of benevolence. We keep classes small while offering a wide variety of subjects, majors and pursuits. We offer Christian core values within a state-of-the-art environment. A student of any faith will leave Immaculata University prepared for the varied and complex world at large. Explore what Immaculata has to offer.

We’re here not just to become better, but to create better. Our success is measured in terms of the value we create. It arises when we go beyond ourselves to serve the people, the communities and the world around us. We’re proud to take our knowledge forward and use it to build new wisdom and new outcomes. At Immaculata, we know that knowledge has no end – and that there’s no end to its ability to change things for the better.

Our Mission

Immaculata University, a Catholic academic community, founded and sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, is committed to scholarship, formation of the whole person for leadership and service, and empowerment of all to seek truth, promote justice, and engage in dialogue between faith and culture.

Grounded in IHM tradition and charism since 1920.

Graduate Admissions

Immaculata University’s College of Graduate Studies provides rigorous and career-focused programs at the master’s and doctoral level designed to meet the needs of today’s adult student.

Offering more than 20 programs in the fields of business, health care, education, and psychology, graduate education at Immaculata University creates opportunities for growth, preparing you to advance in your profession.

Our graduate faculty serve as both scholars and practitioners in their fields, focusing on theory, research, and real-world application. We invite you to attend an upcoming informational event to interact with our program directors and learn more about our community of scholarship.

Mission & Heritage

Grounded in IHM tradition and charism since 1920.

Mission Statement

Immaculata University, a Catholic academic community, founded and sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, is committed to scholarship, formation of the whole person for leadership and service, and empowerment of all to seek truth, promote justice, and engage in dialogue between faith and culture.

Our Identity

The core of the Immaculata experience is participation in the Catholic Intellectual tradition and the heritage of dedicated service of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. In short, this legacy preserves the treasures of thought and action that are the outcome of centuries of experience and reflection, while integrating the disciplines toward preparing leaders for contemporary society. The outcome is a community of scholars balancing Faith and Reason in pursuit of truth.

Core Values

  • Faith: Immaculata University expresses its Catholic identity by proclaiming the Gospel message and inviting all members of the community to seek truth and meaning.
  • Community: With respect for diversity, the University seeks to be inclusive while striving to nurture the spiritual, moral, intellectual and social/physical wellbeing of all its members.
  • Knowledge: Immaculata University points to a knowledge that flourishes in virtue flowing from reflection and a genuine search for truth.
  • Virtue: The University emphasizes the kind of moral strength that comes from the wisdom earned by reflective study and vigorous application and deepens commitment to ethical integrity.
  • Service: The University values service because justice demands action in favor of all members of the human family, especially the most vulnerable.


What does team spirit mean to you?

At Immaculata University team spirit is ubiquitous with our Mighty Macs.

With 21 NCAA, Division III varsity sports to choose from – plus co-ed Esports (NACE), student-athletes have ample opportunity to showcase their talent on the court, field, golf course or in the pool. Thirty percent of our undergraduate students choose to represent Immaculata in a sport or multiple sports.

In addition to excelling in sports, our student-athletes consistently earn recognition for their academic achievements as well.

Immaculata has a storied history of athletic achievement.

Decorating the lobby of Alumnae Hall are three Waterford Crystal national championship trophies won by the 1972, 1973, and 1974 Mighty Macs women’s basketball teams. Also on display are playoff and championship trophies that demonstrates our proud sports heritage in addition to individual student-athlete awards.


Adult Professional Studies Admissions

Enrich your thinking at Immaculata. Experience an education that extends across every dimension of your life – and that will inform every moment of it.

Expand your career opportunities and enrich your life by earning your undergraduate degree through Immaculata University’s College of Adult Professional Studies. Immaculata offers career-focused programs in a variety of flexible formats for adult students who need to balance work, family, and school responsibilities.

Whether you are a community college graduate, a first-time college student, someone who has been away from college for a while, or utilizing military benefits, Immaculata’s supportive environment will help you succeed in your academic and professional goals.

  • Set your own pace—accelerated, part- time, or full- time.
  • Take classes on campus, online or both. Some programs are available at other community locations.
  • Transfer in credits you have already earned and earn credit for equivalent work experience.

Interested in becoming a visiting student, or learning more about our non-credit courses? Learn more.

Degrees and Programs

Whether you’re looking to pursue an associate or bachelor degree, our flexible program and course offerings enable you to succeed in your chosen path.

Welcome Immaculata University Alumni

The Office of Alumni Relations is proud of your accomplishments and is here to help you stay connected to the Immaculata community. We hope you will take advantage of the many events and benefits Immaculata has to offer, and that you stay involved with your Alma Mater.

Update on Upcoming Events

In response to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and numerous government agencies, all Immaculata University alumni events have been cancelled into early summer 2020.

Please continue to visit our events page for updates, but note this is a tentative schedule subject to change based on the evolving nature of our current situation. THANK YOU for your continued patience as we work through these challenging times.

Questions may be directed to:

Alumni Association

The Immaculata University Alumni Association’s purpose is to provide an organization to serve and promote the mutual interests of Immaculata University and its alumni in collaboration with the Offices of Alumni Relations and Institutional Advancement. In support of the University’s mission, the IUAA provides opportunities to create meaningful relationships with alumni and the Immaculata community through ongoing commitment, communication, and connection. Through these opportunities, the Board of Governors seeks to create a fully engaged Alumni community.

The Immaculata University Alumni Association has over 19,000 members in 30 countries.


Human Resources

Employees are Immaculata University’s greatest resource. Our mission at the Office of Human Resources is to create a positive and engaging workplace environment by supporting, motivating, and developing our diverse and highly skilled workforce.

We are committed to being a strategic partner to the University community.   We deliver best practice human resources consultation and expertise with professionalism, confidentiality, and respect while contributing in meaningful ways to the mission of the University. Our office partners with the community to provide support that includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

  • Full-cycle recruitment and retention of a diverse workforce
  • Employee training and development programs
  • Administration of employee benefits
  • Development and implementation of policies and procedures to ensure an equitable work environment and compliance with legislative and regulatory mandates and reporting requirements
  • Employee relations management
  • Management of Human Resources Information Systems, including Payroll

The Office of Human Resources has an open door policy and is committed to creating a safe and respectful workplace environment.

Institutional Advancement

On behalf of the Office of Institutional Advancement at Immaculata, welcome!

Our offices offer a myriad of opportunities to you, our loyal alumni, parents, and friends, to stay connected, become engaged with, and support Immaculata University. From Reunion, Carol Night, the University Gala, and other on-campus events, we are here to ensure your visit to Immaculata is meaningful. Our On the Road events, designed to meet alumni of the University where they live and work, provide Immaculatans with a chance to hear about current happenings at Immaculata. And, the Alumni Association’s many events provide occasions for alumni to connect with each other and remember the significance of their Immaculata education.


We want you to be involved and invested in the life of Immaculata University – and there are many ways in which you can do so, by:

  • Recommending Immaculata University to high school students and guidance counselors
  • Mentoring a student, or providing internship opportunities
  • Making an annual gift to the Immaculata Fund
  • Join one of our giving societies
  • Attending Alumni Association events
  • Representing Immaculata at a college fair in your area
  • Volunteering to serve on a committee for the upcoming Centennial Celebration in 2020

We look forward to your continued participation at Immaculata, and to your return visits to our beautiful campus.


Susan W. Arnold
Vice President for Institutional Advancement



At the LifeLong Learning Institute at Immaculata University (LLI at IU), individuals over 50 in the southeast Pennsylvania region can continue to cultivate their knowledge, meet others with similar interests, and stay active both mentally and physically.

As a member of LLI at IU, you may choose from an extensive array of courses in the arts, history, and personal enrichment. The courses are peer taught, and there are no entrance requirements, grades or tests. Renew your enthusiasm for learning in a relaxed environment where you can engage in classroom discussion, enjoy lectures and insightful presentations, and participate in Immaculata University activities.

Classes are currently offered during the day on Immaculata’s campus during the fall, spring, and summer semester. Each semester is 10 weeks, and classes can be divided into a five-week session or a full 10-week class. Classes meet for roughly one hour once a week, and you can register for up to 14 classes each semester. To join the LifeLong Learning Institute, you must register for the semester and pay a nominal membership fee.

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