Since Cabrini College was founded in 1957, the school has seen significant growth and accompanying changes, but has not lost its humanitarian principles with which the institution was established. Though it opened student living to only 37 female students during its first year, Cabrini is now a co-educational college of more than 3,000 students, nearly half of whom are pursuing a master’s degree in one of the school’s graduate programs. Despite several decades of development, the college’s mission for student living remains the same. Cabrini once shared its campus with a community orphanage, and later became one of the first U.S. colleges to make community service a graduate requirement for undergraduates - a requisite that remains to the present day.
Those in Cabrini College student housing are presented with school’s broad range of academic offerings, regardless of their major. In keeping with the liberal arts tradition, the college expects students to accept an eclectic curriculum throughout their period of study. Requirements in math, science, social science, foreign language and religion must be met to complete one’s degree.
The student living experience extends far beyond the classes, especially for those who rent a Cabrini College apartment. Off campus housing in the school’s home of Radnor Township places students about 15 miles northwest of Philadelphia in a community that includes other colleges and universities including Villanova, Rosemont College and Eastern University.
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