Immaculata University, following the guidance from the Governor’s office to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, is operating on a contingency plan for a two-week period starting Monday, March 16 at 12 p.m.
Immaculata will transition in-person, on-campus course instruction to online course delivery from March 21 through March 29. All online courses will continue to operate as scheduled.
All campus events, including sports competitions and activities, are suspended until further notice. On-campus activity is limited to essential operations only, with staff and faculty continuing to work with remote access. Please check the Immaculata website for campus and specific event status updates.
“The current COVID-19 situation is unprecdented and I would rather err on the side of caution,” states Immaculata President Barbara Lettiere. “We are complying with mandates from our local and state officials. The health and welfare of our students and the entire campus community is our top priority.”
Today’s Immaculata University is a vibrant coeducational community of active and engaged learners. Established in 1920 and guided by the servant leadership tradition of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the University empowers graduates for lifelong success, leadership and service. Immaculata offers more than 70 undergraduate and graduate programs and is home to 24 NCAA athletic teams. The expansive suburban campus is located in renowned Chester County, Pa, 30 miles west of Philadelphia.