The strength of a Cabrini education starts with the faculty.
The College’s faculty are highly respected for their in-depth knowledge of the subjects they teach and for their ability to engage students in their learning.
They are also active scholars who invite students to become involved in an eclectic range of research, including such topics as the Civil War, lame-duck presidents, earthworm immunology, Bob Dylan, religious folk art, Mendelian genetics, and the HBO series, The Wire.
Faculty treat students like companions on an intellectual journey at Cabrini, and they go the extra mile to be available to students in and out of the classroom.
Cabrini’s student-to-faculty ratio is 14:1 and the average undergraduate class size is 16.
The strength of the faculty is a major reason the National Survey of Student Engagement reports that Cabrini students score higher than peers from other colleges and universities in: