Tuition Remains the Same at Immaculata University for 2021-2022 Academic Year

Tuition Remains the Same at Immaculata University for 2021-2022 Academic Year

IMMACULATA UNIVERSITY — To help students and their families budget for college expenses, Immaculata University’s president, Barbara Lettiere ’72, announced the Board of Trustees voted to keep tuition unchanged for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Room and board and all fees will also remain at the current rate for next year. The tuition freeze applies to all levels of education, including full-time undergraduate programs, adult bachelor’s degree programs and graduate-level programs. All 10 of Immaculata’s associate degree programs will now be priced at $250 per credit, which marks a decrease for some programs.

“I am continually encouraged by the resilient and dedicated students at Immaculata who forge ahead no matter the circumstances,” says Immaculata President Barbara Lettiere ’72. “By freezing tuition, I hope that this is one less thing students have to worry about as they pursue their education goals.”

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Current tuition for full-time traditional students is $26,900. More than 92% of traditional, undergraduate students receive financial aid.

Immaculata began the fall semester remotely and welcomed students back to campus in mid-October. Immaculata’s 2,600 students are enrolled in more than 60 undergraduate majors and 11 graduate programs with additional certification and endorsement options.

For more information, please contact [email protected]  for undergraduate and adult programs or [email protected] for graduate programs. Opportunities to visit can be found at or explore campus with a virtual tour.

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