When can I apply?
Undergraduate admissions has a rolling admissions policy. We recommend that applications be received at least two months before the beginning of a semester to ensure proper consideration for admission.
Terms generally start: Fall: late August Spring: mid-January Summer: mid May
What are Cabrini’s SAT and ACT codes? The Cabrini College SAT code number is 2071. The ACT code number is 3532.
Are admissions interviews required? Interviews are not required, but they are strongly recommended, because they give us a chance to get to know students better and give them greater insight into Cabrini. Students can schedule and interview by contacting the Admissions Office at 800-848-1003 or email@example.com.
How long after receiving an application do you make your admissions decision? Most admissions decisions are mailed to applicants within two weeks after we receive all completed application materials.
How do you apply for scholarships? Students who apply for admission to Cabrini are automatically considered for merit scholarships. Families seeking need-based financial aid must submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). You can find the FAFSA and instructions for completing it at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
What does the May 1 deadline mean for Cabrini College? As per the Statement of Best Practices for the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC), students who are accepted to Cabrini College and submit an enrollment deposit prior to May 1 are guaranteed a place in their academic program of choice as well as a residence hall (if the student is residing on campus).
Cabrini College can only guarantee enrollment to accepted students who deposit after that date (May 2 and beyond) as long as there is availability within their academic program of choice and within the residence hall for students who wish to reside on campus.
Does Cabrini offer a tuition-payment plan? We offer a convenient plan that allows families to spread payments out over a 10-month period, with no interest charged. For more information, visit www.cabrini.edu/billing or call 800-356-8329.
What about financial aid? Students should contact the financial aid office for information about loans. For more information, visit www.cabrini.edu/FinancialAid or call 610-902-8420.
When do classes begin? The beginning of classes and other important academic dates are listed in the Academic Calendar.
How do I get my own printed schedule of classes? Once you are enrolled and you’ve completed all the pertinent entrance exams and questionnaires, our First-Year Advisor will build a first-semester schedule for you. Then, as a student, you can access your personal student records via Cabrini One, the College’s online data portal, at http://one.cabrini.edu. You can see your class schedule, look at your grades, or view your bill and other accounts with the College.
How do I register? Registration information and important links are available through the Registrar’s Office at www.cabrini.edu/Registrar.
When is the last day for registration? Students who are officially accepted into a program may register for classes until the first day of the semester. Late registration begins the first day of class. Students may register late for a class, provided that the class has not met more than once. However, students who register late often risk a course being closed. Specific dates are listed in the Academic Calendar.
Where do I get books? The Cabrini College Bookstore is located in the Widener Center near Jazzman’s Café, with special hours added to the regular schedule at the beginning of each semester. Students with special needs are encouraged to contact the Bookstore. For more information, visit www.cabrini.edu/Bookstore or call 610-902-8526.
Do I need a parking sticker or permit? First-year resident students are not permitted to have their vehicles on campus. If there is a medical necessity for a vehicle, an off-campus job to supplement your tuition, or an approved Academic reason, permission must be obtained from the Director of Public Safety. For more information, visit www.cabrini.edu/PublicSafety.