An undergraduate education at Immaculata University is surprisingly affordable. Ninety percent of Immaculata’s full-time undergraduates receive some form of financial aid, and the average annual aid package (grants, loans, and work-study) is about $15,000. You may also qualify for one of our grants or scholarships.
According to The Detroit News/Associated Press, Census Bureau survey released shows that someone with a bachelor's degree earns nearly $1 million more over his or her lifetime than a high school graduate.
How do you pay for college?
IU's Office of Undergraduate Admission offers a merit-based grant/scholarship program for qualified students, and many of our students qualify!
In addition to merit awards, Immaculata offers need-based financial aid to all students who qualify. IU participates in all state and federal aid programs. After January 1 of your senior year of high school, file your FAFSA. You should have it sent to Immaculata. We will create a complete financial aid package for you. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com or 1-877-42-TODAY.
Comparing the cost of multiple institutions
Using the link below, you will be able to compare Immaculata's costs with other schools you are looking at. We know college is an investment, and we want to help you understand it from all angles!