Cabrini helps students discover who they are and what they can accomplish in their life, in their career, and in society. We have 35+ majors, 8 graduate-level degrees, 50+ student groups, research opportunities, and study abroad.
Cabrini University offers a supportive community that helps students discover who they are and what they can accomplish in their life, in their career, and in society. Students can choose from 35+ majors and enhance their experience with minors, dual degrees, advanced coursework for graduate school, and honors research.
With a 16:1 student-to-faculty ratio, students receive personalized attention from professors and staff who care about their success. And their success continues after graduation, with 93% of graduates employed or pursuing graduate work within six months of earning their degree.
We are a Catholic institution, founded in 1957 by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, with a mission to provide academic excellence, leadership development, and a commitment to social justice. Through international partnerships, community engagement, and hands-on experiences, students find their voice and how they work for universal human rights and dignity.
Cabrini enrolls about 1,400 undergraduates and 900 students in graduate and doctoral programs at its main campus in Radnor, PA, and at locations throughout Pennsylvania.
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