Cabrini College is nestled in suburban Philadelphia in the heart of the Main Line suburb of Radnor, amidst 112 serene acres.
Adding to the majestic 25-building campus is the handsome turn-of-the-century mansion that was once owned by the late Dr. John T. Dorrance, inventor of the formula for condensed soup and president of the Campbell Soup Company.
State-of-the-art buildings complement the existing architectural design.
Cabrini’s residence halls offer a variety of housing options, including traditional-style housing, apartments, and suites.
Our attractive, historic campus is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Gardens, a highly respected collaborative of gardens and historic properties in the Philadelphia area, and represents the grandeur of the estates once common throughout “Main Line” Philadelphia.
Cabrini College was highlighted for its variety of beautiful cherry trees.
This English landscape is highlighted with great old trees, driveways in the tradition of Frederick Law Olmsted, a pond, a gate house, a carriage house, and the grand mansion “Woodcrest,” designed by Horace Trumbauer and constructed between 1901 and 1903.
Cabrini’s Woodcrest Mansion was named to the National Register of Historic Places.