Immaculata University is structured into three separate, distinctive colleges. The College of Undergraduate Studies is for traditional-aged men and women who seek a full-time comprehensive educational experience. The College of LifeLong Learning addresses the needs of undergraduate adult learners through full-time, part-time, and accelerated programs. The College of Graduate Studies offers master's and doctoral programs, as well as an array of post-baccalaureate certification and enrichment courses.
Academic Affairs Staff
Vice President for Academic Affairs - Sr. Ann Heath
Dean of Academic Affairs - Mary Kate Boland
Dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies - Sister Joseph Marie Carter
Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of College of Graduate Studies - Dr. Janet Kane
Dean of the College of LifeLong Learning - Dr. Angela Tekely