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Realizing that graduates do not want to be forever burdened by college debt, Immaculata offers competitively priced and proven undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates to traditionally aged college students, advanced degree seekers and adult and professional learners.

Immaculata tuition rates are among the lowest in the Delaware Valley for private institutions, and Immaculata has been named one of the northeast region’s Best Bang for the Buck Colleges.

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Career-Focused Programs
With Meaningful Outcomes

Immaculata offers academic programs that meet market needs, giving students in-depth knowledge and opportunities to build their skills and gain practical experience. Students feel confident and prepared for their careers as ethical professionals and service-oriented leaders. Students also enjoy the benefits of an extensive alumni network, which can assist them as they search for jobs and advance in their careers.


Undergraduate Programs

Career-oriented degrees in health care, business, education, data science and more.


Graduate Programs

In-demand graduate degrees in education, psychology, nursing, nutrition and more.


Excellent Outcomes

92% of 2022 undergraduate class members are employed or are continuing their education.

Support Beyond The Classroom

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Academic Advising and Coaching

Immaculata specialists help students choose majors, navigate college, work toward their degrees and more.

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Learning Support Services

Students can get assistance with drafting papers, understanding coursework, and requesting accommodations for disabilities.

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Career & Professional Development

Mighty Macs learn to build their networks, create job application materials, conduct job searches and interview effectively.

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A Championship Legacy

With 21 NCAA Division III varsity sports to choose from—plus a co-ed esports team, intramurals and club sports—students have ample opportunity to showcase their athletic talent and add to Immaculata's championship legacy. With top-notch athletic coaches, staff and facilities, Immaculata enables students to pursue their dreams of playing collegiate sports while earning a valuable degree.

Among true champions, student athletes are in the right place at Immaculata. Considered to be the birthplace of modern college women’s basketball, Immaculata is home to the Mighty Macs, who won the first three national women’s college basketball championships in 1972, 1973, and 1974. The championship teams were inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2014, and the team is the subject of the 2011 feature film The Mighty Macs.

A Mighty Community

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Immaculata’s campus, a 300-acre sanctuary, is only 40 minutes from Philadelphia and two hours from New York City, Washington, D.C., and the New Jersey and Delaware beaches.

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Student Life

Fun, service, and discovery are endless, with 30+ organizations—including sororities and fraternities—to build friendships, broaden perspectives and gain leadership experience.

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IU is committed to scholarship, formation of the whole person and empowerment to seek truth, promote justice and engage in dialogue between faith and culture.