RADNOR, Pa. (July 1, 2016)—Nearly 60 years after welcoming its first class, today Cabrini College officially becomes a University. This morning Cabrini University unveiled a new logo, brand identity and website, and began to transition its Radnor, Pa., campus to reflect its new status.
The changeover also marks the official implementation of a new academic structure, which includes four academic schools: the School of Education; the School of Business, Arts, and Media; the School of Humanities and Social Sciences; and the School of Natural Sciences and Allied Health. A new Center for Student Success also is in place to better serve an increasingly diverse student body.
“Since its founding in 1957, Cabrini has dramatically and consistently expanded its programs and student population,” said Cabrini University President Donald B. Taylor, PhD. “The changes today reflect how Cabrini has continued to move forward while staying true to its mission. It’s a milestone that everyone in the Cabrini community—students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents and friends—have made possible.”
Cabrini will hold a celebration with day and evening events on Aug. 29, when students are back on campus. Events will include a town hall meeting with the President, a University-wide scavenger hunt, and an evening reception.
“Changing to Cabrini University is like a new beginning for our school,” said Francesca DiGregorio (’18). “It’s meaningful to me because it signifies our growth while providing us with even more opportunities in the future.”
For more information and updates on the University event, visit cabrini.edu.
About Cabrini University
Founded in 1957 by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Cabrini University is a Catholic institution that empowers students to become advocates of social change through an Education of the Heart, focusing on academic excellence, community engagement, and leadership development.
Cabrini enrolls approximately 1,300 undergraduates in more than 35 majors, pre-professional programs, concentrations, and minors on its serene 112-acre campus located 30 minutes from Philadelphia. The University also enrolls 900 students in graduate, doctoral, and professional studies programs at its main campus in Radnor, PA, and at five off-campus locations.