Immaculata University’s College of Adult Professional Studies Reduces Tuition for Fall 2022 Semester

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IMMACULATA UNIVERSITY, PA — Beginning in fall 2022, Immaculata University is discounting its tuition for most programs in the College of Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS). This reduction adds to the competitive tuition as Immaculata’s rates are already one of the lowest undergraduate tuition rates of any four-year private institution in the region.

Immaculata offers more than 60 majors at the undergraduate level. Adult students can choose from accelerated and career-oriented programs in a variety of delivery methods, such as face-to-face, hybrid and totally online classes.

“Adult students are dedicated, determined and hardworking students and Immaculata wants to reward these students by helping them achieve their educational goals. With reduced tuition for most CAPS programs, students can focus on their academics and earn a college degree at a more affordable cost,” states Barbara Lettiere ’72, president of Immaculata University.

With over 50 years of educating adult students, Immaculata understands and successfully addresses the needs and unique challenges that affect this student population.

“The academic advisors were extremely helpful in reviewing my transcripts and alleviating my fears of returning to school. The time and effort of returning to school will pay off, not just with your employer, but also for yourself,” states Francine Toth ’22, R.N. to B.S.N. student.

For more information, email CAPS admissions or financial aid.

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