nd Trinity High School have partnered on an admissions agreement guaranteeing qualified Trinity graduates admission and a four-year renewable scholarship to the university.
"We are very excited about the opportunity this agreement provides both Trinity High School students and Immaculata University. We are looking forward to welcoming Trinity High Schools students to the Immaculata community," said Immaculata President, Barbara Lettiere.
"This partnership confirms a deep historical connection between Trinity and the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary," said Principal John W. Cominsky. "For decades, many of Trinity's finest teachers and administrators have come from Philadelphia's IHM congregation, with its home at Immaculata. The relationship was confirmed by Trinity's House System, with Immaculata serving as one of the house names. Now, Trinity graduates have the opportunity to develop their gifts and talents at this wonderful Catholic institution that has meant so much to so many of the Trinity family."
Under the agreement, signed by Lettiere and Cominsky, Trinity students who meet defined requirements are guaranteed admission to Immaculata. Students who have a 2.5 GPA and 990 SAT (critical reading and math) qualify for this program and will receive, at minimum, a $9,000 scholarship (renewable for three years under certain academic criteria), as well as a $2,000 award (renewable for three years) for attending Trinity, a Catholic high school. This on top of the fact that Immaculata is very affordable, especially in considering the cost of other institutions.
The application fee for Trinity students to Immaculata has been waived.
A few majors and other partnerships involving Immaculata and other higher education institutions are exempted. For more information about taking advantage of this program, contact
Ms. Kaitlin Walsh
, Trinity's College and Career Counselor.