Get ahead by taking courses at Immaculata University
Immaculata University offers courses in the face-to-face and online formats, in full semester and accelerated formats. Please check start and end dates closely.
If you plan to transfer credits back to another institution, you will need to confirm transferability with that institution.
How to Register
Just follow the steps below to get started.
1. Determine which course you would like to take.
You can browse for classes
2. Apply / Register for classes.
- New or visiting students may complete the online Visiting Student Application.
- If you’re a current student, you can register directly through SSIU via MYIU.
3. Enrollment Confirmation
You will receive confirmation of your enrollment from an academic advisor and the steps on how to access and pay for your class.
equired textbooks can be found on the campus store site. Students can search textbooks by individual class or, if already registered, students can search by their university ID.
Winter and Summer session courses are not included in College of Undergraduate Studies comprehensive tuition.
Immaculata University does not offer aid for winter as a separate term. If you are a matriculating student, you may be eligible for financial aid for the summer term. Please contact the financial aid office for more information.
Requests to drop or withdraw from a course must be made in writing. Failure to log into a course does not constitute an official withdrawal. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a drop or withdrawal. The level of drop or withdrawal and the tuition that is to be refunded are determined by the date the written request is received.
Students must request drops by 11:59pm prior to the start date of their class to receive a full refund. All requests to drop/withdraw received on or after the start date for spring/summer/fall classes will be processed in accordance with the tuition refund policy. All requests to drop/withdraw received on or after the start date for winter classes will be processed as withdrawals; students will be responsible for all tuition charges.