About Cabrini University
After more than six decades of providing an Education of the Heart inspired by Mother Cabrini and the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Cabrini University will graduate its final class in May 2024.
Founded in 1957, Cabrini University is an accredited residential Catholic institution in Pennsylvania that welcomes learners of all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds.
Our undergraduate and graduate degrees help students discover who they are and what they can accomplish in their life, in their career, and in society. Our students are empowered to make a better life for themselves and for others from the moment they step on campus. At Cabrini, we encourage students to explore their faith—whatever it may be. Undergraduate students are required to take one religious literacy course, with class subjects ranging from Catholic Social Teaching to the work of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart.
Our welcoming, safe community is located right around the corner from world-class shopping and dining in King of Prussia. We are also just a short train away from Center City, Philadelphia!
We are only two hours from New York City and under three hours from Washington, DC, making our campus a great starting point for exploring the East Coast!
Cabrini Student Demographics
1,616 students (37% male, 63% female)
35% student diversity
1,186 undergraduate students
430 graduate students
50+ undergraduate majors, minors, and certifications within two academic schools - the School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Business, Education, and Professional Studies.
Average class size: 13 students
Student:Faculty Ratio: 13:1
91% of full-time faculty have a doctoral or terminal degree.
95% of the Class of 2021 were employed, volunteering, or continuing their education within 10 months of graduation.
86% of first-year students live on campus, many in themed Living and Learning Communities.
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