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  • clasped hands, painted to look like the Earth
    Soccer, the Environment, and Living a Culture of Encounter

    Nicholas Rademacher, Ph.D., associate professor of religious studies, examines the teachings of Pope Francis.

    The themes of his writings expand from the field of play in an athletic contest to include everyday life on planet Earth.

  • Krista Macknovitz Jones
    Blazing the Wedding Trail in Maryland

    As a freelance photographer and co-founder of one of the country’s top wedding blogs, Krista Macknovitz Jones ’10 is at the top of her game.

    Being able to directly apply the skills she learned in her graphic design courses at Cabrini helped get her there.

  • A Cabrini alumna on the steps of the Iadarola Center
    National Survey Says
    Cabrini Education Pays Off

    PayScale ranked Cabrini as one of the best colleges in the nation for highest salary potential, based on median salaries of Cabrini alumni.

    See how Cabrini compares to other Philly-area schools in a Phillymag.com article.

  • Cabrini faculty and students in the Library
    Accreditation Reaffirmed

    After this year’s periodic evaluation, the College received reaccreditation from Middle States Commission on Higher Education and was recognized for its progress.

    The College has been a member since 1965.

  • Degree Completion - students in class
    Full-Time Experience,
    Part-Time Schedule

    Advance or change your career in as little as 24 months with Cabrini’s degree completion program, structured to help adult learners maintain even the busiest of schedules.

    Find out how a Cabrini education can change your life.

  • Cabrini students in class
    Affordable & Accessible Education

    Cabrini is freezing undergraduate tuition for 2015-16 and adopting a test-optional admissions policy.

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