Immaculata University will hold various admissions events in March for adult students interested in earning an associate or bachelor’s degree to improve their job prospects.
An accelerated B.S.N. information session will be held on Saturday, March 5 from 10 AM-12 PM. It is located in Room 18 of Loyola Hall on Immaculata’s campus. The accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a full-time, accredited program designed for those who have a bachelor’s degree in another discipline.
Students can earn a B.S.N. in as few as 15 months, while practicing their skills in the nursing simulation lab and preparing for the nursing licensure exam with a personal success coach. Nursing faculty members will present information about the program, and attendees will have opportunities to talk with admissions and financial aid staff and tour the nursing simulation lab.
An online workshop for the accelerated application process will be held on Thursday, March 10 from 6-7 PM. Admissions staff will walk prospective students through the application process and answer questions about transcripts, recommendation letters, admissions essays, and important deadlines.
An adult undergraduate information session will be held online on Saturday, March 12 from 10-11 AM. Attendees will learn about program offerings, convenient accelerated and online options, and the personalized support Immaculata provides for adult learners.
Immaculata offers adult undergraduates flexible, career-oriented degree programs. Students may transfer credits and earn credit for prior learning, allowing them to finish their degrees in as little as two years. Programs include a new bachelor’s degree in supply chain management as well as allied health, business leadership, cybersecurity, health care management, R.N. to B.S.N., emergency planning and management, and more.
Immaculata offers some of the lowest undergraduate tuition rates of any four-year private institution in the region, including associate degrees for $250 per credit and reduced tuition for most bachelor’s degree programs beginning in Fall 2022.
Contact Allison Duncan, Associate Director of Communications, at 484-323-3197 for more information about any of these events, or RSVP. Admissions staff are also available for individual online or phone appointments.