The Immaculata University is a Catholic university in Malvern, PA, that was founded by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The Christian core values of charism and tradition permeate the more than 60 majors available at Immaculata, with mass held every day of the week, though participation is not required. The university offers online learning for both bachelor and associate degrees, as well as maintains an Honors Program that features priority registration and honors classes. The campus is also home to the Lifelong Learning Institute.
Immaculata is a good school with great core values. The small classroom atmosphere is perfect for learning. The campus may be small, but the size is what makes you feel like a family and like you are a part of something.
I would rate IU a 5 out of 5. The small classes allow you to get the one on one attention you need. Also the small campus allows for a close knit community among the students.