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CABRINI UNIVERSITY

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Location: Radnor, PA
Number of undergraduate students: 1,550 (year)
Type of Institution: Private, non-profit, Roman Catholic
Setting: Suburban
Delivery Format: traditional day
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Community College of Philadelphia has three types of transfer agreements with Cabrini University: dual admissionscore-to-core and program-to-program. To benefit from any of these agreements students must earn an appropriate associate degree before transfer. These agreements are not exclusive of one another and the agreements can complement one another.

Dual Admissions

Cabrini University and Community College of Philadelphia have developed a dual admissions agreement. This agreement is designed to assist students who earn an appropriate associate degree to transfer to Cabrini University. Cabrini University guarantees admissions on the condition that students meet all the requirements.

Admissions into a particular major is not guaranteed. Upon transfer, students earn junior standing for matching majors. Support and financial incentives, including scholarship awards, are built-in to offer students the best opportunity for success.

Dual admissions eligibility

Students who do not qualify for dual admissions, are still eligible to transfer to Cabrini University. Please review the list of approved programs below and visit with a Community College of Philadelphia academic advisor or counselor for further assistance.

Core-to-Core

Cabrini University and Community College of Philadelphia have a core-to-core agreement. In this, Cabrini University agrees to accept the general education embedded in Community College of Philadelphia’s Associate in Arts (A.A.) or Associate in Science (A.S.) degree as meeting all the requirements of its undergraduate General Education requirements except for three credits of Religious Studies (which may be taken at Community College of Philadelphia or another accredited college) and ECG 300 – Engagements in the Common Good, to be taken at Cabrini University.

This core-to-core agreement applies to all A.A. and A.S. degrees and is not limited to students who participate in dual admissions. Core-to-core transfer does not alter the requirements of the student’s major field of study.

Program-to-Program

These are agreements in which an entire curriculum or program of study is accepted, so graduates of these specific associate degree programs transfer with advanced standing to a matching specific bachelor’s degree program at Cabrini University.

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Degrees approved for Program-to-Program that are not approved for Dual Admissions are noted with the “P2P” code notation.

Dual Admissions Eligibility

Cabrini University welcomes applicants to the Dual Admissions Program in order to facilitate the transfer of students from Community College of Philadelphia to Cabrini University with third-year (junior) status for the purpose of entering a bachelor’s degree program.

To be eligible for this program, students must:

  • Submit a dual admissions intent form before earning no more than 30 graded college level credits (grades of A, B, C, D, F) from Community College of Philadelphia or any other college/university. Once a student has completed this form, they are strongly encouraged to meet with a Cabrini University admissions representative and a Community College of Philadelphia academic advisor or counselor to develop a course taking strategy.
  • Submit the Cabrini University Application for Admission form once 45 credits have been earned at Community College of Philadelphia, or three to six months prior to the start of the semester they wish to transfer to Cabrini University.
  • Graduate from Community College of Philadelphia with an Associate in Arts (A.A.) or Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in one of the approved programs listed.
  • Achieve a minimum 2.0 cumulative Community College of Philadelphia grade point average (GPA) within an associate program of study. Only courses with a grade of C or higher will be eligible for transfer.
  • Enroll at Cabrini University within one year of graduating from Community College of Philadelphia and not attend another institution between graduation and attendance at Cabrini University. Satisfy all other regular Cabrini University admissions requirements.

To submit a Dual Admissions intent form, login to MyCCP and find “Transfer/Dual Admissions” on the top right side of the MyGPS tab.

NOTE:

  • Students who have previously been matriculated to Cabrini University are not eligible for the Cabrini University dual admissions program.
  • Students must complete 45 credits with Cabrini University, of which the last 30 credits must be completed at Cabrini University.

Advantages of Dual Admissions

Students who participate in dual admissions are eligible for the following benefits:

  • Application fee to Cabrini University will be waived.
  • Cabrini University Merit Scholarships for dual admissions students who enroll full-time (12 or more credits) with a 2.0 or higher GPA. 
  • Informational meetings with Cabrini University staff at Community College of Philadelphia campus/regional centers for assistance in matriculating to Cabrini University.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Merit Scholarship

Academic Scholarships will be awarded for an academic year to any full-time day student attending classes at Cabrini University who possesses a cumulative Community College of Philadelphia GPA of 2.0 or better. All scholarships are renewable, contingent upon the student maintaining at least a 2.0 cumulative Cabrini University quality-point average.

Full-time at Cabrini University – enrolled in 12 or more credits a semester

  • GPA 3.5 to 4.0 = up to $16,000 per year
  • GPA 3.0 to 3.49 = up to $15,000 per year
  • GPA 2.5 to 2.99 = up to $14,000 per year
  • GPA 2.0 to 2.49 = up to $11,000 per year

Dual Admissions Partnership Award – $2,000

All dual admissions students attending Cabrini University on a full-time day student basis will receive a $2,000 scholarship.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship – $1,000

All Phi Theta Kappa members attending Cabrini University on a full-time day basis are eligible for an additional $1,000 award with proof of membership. Students must submit proof at the time of acceptance in order to be awarded the scholarship.

Financial Aid

Transfer students will be awarded Financial Aid on the same basis as all Cabrini University students and will have equal access to all state and federal financial aid programs.

Contact Information

For information concerning transfer please schedule an appointment to visit a Community College of Philadelphia academic advisor or counselor. Students are also welcome to contact the transfer institution directly.

Community College of Philadelphia

Academic Advising
Bonnell Building, BG-12
1700 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130
215-751-8777
[email protected]

Counseling Center
Bonnell Building, BG-7
1700 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130
215-751-8169
[email protected]

Cabrini University

Charlie Spencer
Transfer Admissions
Director, International and Military Recruitment
610-902-8556
[email protected]

Approved Academic Degree Programs

The following Associate in Arts (A.A.) and Associate in Science (A.S.) degree programs at Community College of Philadelphia are approved for Dual Admissions and Core-to-Core to the corresponding degree programs at Cabrini University.

Students who do not qualify for dual admission and/or are interested in transfer for programs other than those listed should contact a Cabrini University undergraduate admissions representative and/or meet with a Community College of Philadelphia academic advisor or counselor to discuss an appropriate plan of transfer.

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Use the category headers to sort by Community College of Philadelphia program major or Transfer Program major.Search:

CCP ProgramBachelor Program
Business – AcceleratedFinance (Day)
Business – AcceleratedHuman Resource Management (Day)
Business – AcceleratedInternational Business (Day)
Business – AcceleratedMarketing (Day)
ChemistryChemistry (Day)
Communication StudiesCommunication (Day)
Communication StudiesDigital Communication and Social Media (Day)
Computer ScienceComputer Information Science (Day)
Education – Early Childhood (Birth to 4th Grade)Educational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
Education – Middle and Secondary LevelEnglish (Day)
Education – Middle and Secondary LevelHistory (Day)
Education – Middle and Secondary LevelBiology (Day)
Education – Middle and Secondary LevelChemistry (Day)
Education – Middle and Secondary LevelMathematics (Day)
Education – Middle and Secondary LevelMiddle Level (4-8) Education (Day)
Education – Middle and Secondary LevelEducational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
Education – Middle Level (4th to 8th grade)Middle Level (4-8) Education (Day)
Education – Middle Level (4th to 8th grade)Educational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
Education – Secondary Humanities/CitizenshipEnglish (Day)
Education – Secondary Humanities/CitizenshipHistory (Day)
Education – Secondary Humanities/CitizenshipEducational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
Education – Secondary Humanities/Social Studies OptionEnglish (Day)
Education – Secondary Humanities/Social Studies OptionHistory (Day)
Education – Secondary Humanities/Social Studies OptionEducational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
Education – Secondary Math/Science OptionBiology (Day)
Education – Secondary Math/Science OptionChemistry (Day)
Education – Secondary Math/Science OptionMathematics (Day)
Education – Secondary Math/Science OptionEducational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
EnglishEnglish – Tracks in Literary and Cultural Studies (Day)
Health Care StudiesPublic Health
Health Care StudiesExercise Science and Health Promotion (Day)
International StudiesHistory (Day)
International StudiesPolitical Science (Day)
Liberal ArtsSocial Work (Day)
Liberal ArtsEnglish, Writing and Secondary Education Certification (Day)
Liberal ArtsSociology (Day)
Liberal ArtsHistory (Day)
Liberal ArtsCriminology (Day)
Liberal ArtsPolitical Science (Day)
Liberal ArtsPsychology (Day)
Liberal ArtsEducational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsSocial Work (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsEnglish, Writing and Secondary Education Certification (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsSociology (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsHistory (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsCriminology (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsPolitical Science (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsPsychology (Day)
Liberal Arts – HonorsEducational Studies (non-certification) (Day)
Liberal Arts – Social/Behavioral ScienceEducational Studies (non-certification) (Day)

Cabrini University Reinvention Brings Changes to Academic Programs

Internal evaluation bolsters Core Curriculum, realizes academic and administrative efficiencies

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RADNOR, Pa., March 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Cabrini University has announced it will implement academic programming and coursework changes as part of a comprehensive evaluation process and reinvention plan, launched in 2019 to fortify the University’s position in a shifting higher education market. Informed by input and evaluations from working groups within faculty, staff, and administration, as well as a budgetary committee, these decisions were necessary to realize cost efficiencies and identify Cabrini’s sustainable path forward.

“Recognizing the need to assess our University-wide business operations in the face of nationwide instability in higher education and the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cabrini is making strategic changes to academic programming and administrative workflows that will enable us to adapt and remain competitive in this changing landscape,” said President Donald B. Taylor, PhD. “Though this is an ongoing process—one that will continue to engage with faculty and staff across the University’s departments—we are confident that these adjustments will enable the institution to deliver on its mission in a way that is strategic, market-driven, and sustainable.”

According to recommendations made during the reinvention process and approved by the Board of Trustees, coursework from some majors will be rolled into the Core Curriculum or reworked into a new major, and several degree programs will cease to be offered as a major for incoming students, although existing minors will continue.

All students currently enrolled in these degree programs may finish their coursework as planned with full support from the University. Black Studies, Philosophy, and Religious Studies will be moved into Cabrini’s Core Curriculum so that these disciplines influence the academic journey of every student. A new major focusing on cultural studies will combine elements of American Studies, Black Studies, Liberal Studies, and Spanish. English and Writing will be offered as a combined major. Additionally, Gender and Body Studies, Human Resources Management, and Nutrition, as well as Secondary Education Certifications in Biology and Chemistry, will be taught out as undergraduate majors. The Master of Science in Biological Sciences and graduate-level Certificate in Social Media Marketing and Autism Endorsement have also been discontinued.

“This restructuring of Cabrini’s academic offerings was determined by both external and internal data to be the strongest course for our institution,” said Chioma Ugochukwu, PhD, Provost and Vice President, Academic Affairs. “We have invigorated our Core Curriculum with subjects that are integral to our founding mission of social justice education through Catholic Social Teaching, such as Religious Studies and Black Studies. This model effectively expands the impact these teachings will have on future Cavaliers, while providing long-term efficiencies for the University.”

Cabrini’s reinvention plan has relied on a collaborative process—both internally and with the guidance of higher education consultant Credo—to establish rubrics and pertinent data sets that have enabled the institution to evaluate each academic and administrative department objectively. These assessments have and will continue to inform strategic decisions made throughout the reinvention process.

A voluntary separation program was also offered to all Cabrini employees in late 2020. This proactive measure worked to mitigate involuntary personnel decisions, while providing faculty and staff an option—and support—to transition into the next phase of their careers. With respect to those employees still considering severance through the voluntary separation program, and as details surrounding implementations are identified, additional information about changes to administrative and academic operations—such as a reduction in the number of Cabrini’s schools and a restructuring of executive and administrative offices—will be announced in May.

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 1,550 undergraduates in more than 40 majors, pre-professional programs, concentrations, and minors on its serene 112-acre campus located 30 minutes from Philadelphia. The University also enrolls 525 students in graduate, doctoral, and professional studies programs at its main campus in Radnor, PA, and at five off-campus locations.