Cabrini offers a wide range of academic options at the undergraduate and graduate level. The residential undergraduate program has more than 30 majors in the liberal arts and sciences and in professional studies.
All undergraduates participate in the pioneering new Justice Matters program, which engages students with issues of social justice while teaching critical problem-solving skills valuable for success in any walk of life.
Graduate studies programs in education and organization leadership offer professionals the knowledge and skills to advance their careers. These programs are designed with the needs of adult learners in mind.
Students learn in small classes led by faculty who are experts in their fields and who treat students like colleagues. The style of learning is active and engaging—students’ ideas matter, and they’re expected to express them.
Insightful advising begins the first day students set foot on campus. The Center for Teaching and Learning offers a range of resources and one-on-one support to help students improve their learning skills or get help in subjects that might be giving them difficulty. The Disability Resource Center provides personal academic support and classroom accommodations.
The National Survey of Student Engagement reports that Cabrini students score higher than peers from other colleges and universities in:
All programs link classroom learning to the real world. Cabrini students research protein structure and lobby their congressmen. They volunteer in inner-city Philadelphia and villages in Central America. They develop their skills in corporations, schools, and nonprofit organizations.
These experiences add vital dimensions to learning, and give students a competitive advantage when they graduate.