Cabrini University is a liberal arts institution with close ties to the Roman Catholic Church. Campus is based in Philadelphia, PA, and calls its core curriculum “Justice Matters,” and courses are rooted in social justice. It was one of the first universities in the nation to have community service be a requirement for graduation. Study abroad programs are available as short as 7-days or as long as one year and have taken place in places such as Switzerland, Argentina, and Ireland.
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I intend to be a student living off campus. The school is a catholic school and that suits me perfectly because, I am very religious and put the spiritual world high on my list of honors with gods and goddesses in mind. I think my priorities are in order at Cabrini and the education there, I have heard, is only a definite plus especially with military in mind.
Derrick from Philadelphia, PA
Cabrini College is a beautiful college with a lot of opportunities.
Current Student at Cabrini College
Cabrini College is truly an amazing college; it allows students to discover a broad spectrum of disciplines while staying true to the college's main theme: Social Justice. From the professors to the staff to the students, I have never been displeased with anyone on Cabrini's campus. An amazing school, it is worth looking into.
Caroline from Upper Darby, PA
If you are looking for a small, close knit school Cabrini is perfect. It is close to the city with the security of the suburbs. With the connections that I make here, I know that I will be successful in life.
Gabby from NJ
Professors at Cabrini College do everything they can to help students succeed. There are plenty of resources, such as the library, writing center, and math resource center, available to students all the time. The campus is fairly small so students don't have a long walk from class to class.