- 4 Year
- RADNOR, PA
Cabrini University Reviews
Rating 3.45 out of 5 374 reviews
My first year at Cabrini was one of the best in my life. After losing my dad to COVID-19 last year, starting a new school far from home was intimidating. The community at Cabrini is like nothing I've experienced before and the comradery among the sports teams is amazing. My friends and teammates brought out a new version of myself that I didn't even know existed and there's nothing I would have done different. Roll Cavs!
Cabrini is a small surburan area in PA. It is not far from Philadelphia, so if you want to go in the city or if you're from philly you can take the train. Cabrini is a beautiful campus with all the trees. Especially in the fall. And no bad things goes wrong.
I love Cabrini's focus on social justice and education of the heart in regards to each program they offer. Campus is gorgeous and the dorms are not bad. I feel that my professors care about me as a student, and a person as well and wish to see me succeed. I wish Cabrini had more community events.
I enjoy the small atmosphere at Cabrini due to it being a small campus. I feel connected with other students and my teachers. I feel safe and secure whenever I leave my dorm room. The academics I feel are challenging but it makes me feel good that I ain’t getting a proper education. I feel this school is currently giving me the correct tools to use in future. My goals while studying at Cabrini University is to soak up as much education and knowledge as I can and I feel after my first year I am on the correct path. I think I've developed tremendously as a person because of my experience at Cabrini University so far, and I'm excited to see what's next. I know college is basically what you make it. I feel as though I am making the best of every experience at Cabrini and it has been great so far. I don’t know what I want to see change. I’m kind of just getting used to everything. One thing may be for myself is really letting go of my fears. I need to make sure I am trusting the process
There grading system doesn’t add up but overall a good college to attend and they teach you everything you need to know about your major
I mostly chose to go to Cabrini since it wasn't a huge school and I knew that the professors would care more about the students compared to other schools in the area like Villanova where they just see students as numbers. I can say for certain that most of my professors do care about all of their students and try their best to make sure you're doing everything you need to do. They reach out as much as they can while also relying on the student for their self-advocacy. Some of the classes could use work but they know that which is why it's great that we can submit course evaluations so they can have the opportunity to fix the problems students encounter while having their class. It gives us as students a chance to work on our flaws and professors to work on their lessons. We both grow and learn at the same times which for the most part has been enjoyable.
It is a small private catholic school, I loved the small classroom ratio to teachers. For it being a small college there was plenty to do on campus with different clubs and organizations. The teachers are amazing, I don't think I had one teacher that did not want me to succeed. The education program is the reason I went, start field experience your sophomore year.
Cabrini University has a lot of majors to choose from. I wish there were more student activities to help distract us every once and all. The teachers are friendly and professional. There are student IDs but they aren't checked so sometimes I feel unsafe with the fact that anyone can come into the school.
I love how helping the Professors are they really are there to help get your diploma , the campus is really nice and big, the out door setting is beautiful
Cabrini has only gone downhill recently. The food here is terrible and getting worse since they contracted to Sodexo. Their public safety staff is lazy and uncoordinated. They took 30 minutes to respond to an emergency when I had to go to the ER. I enjoy my classes and the professors but the school is too small to offer an above average education. We don’t even have a football team. Furthermore, it feels like our tuition isn’t going into improving the university for us.
My experience at Cabrini was not the best but it wasn’t great either. Cabrini is a very small campus and nothing good goes on there. They are very boring but the teachers are great. Their dorms are very small and if you a freshman you have to share a bathroom with the whole hall. They are way too expensive to be offering cheap stuff to the students
The most important is there support system. Since my school is small is easier for me to get help from my school. I love how the school tries to help every student if needed.
My experience is great I am making friends and learning a lot and learning how to be independent to it is easy to get around to
It was very nice I like class but I like online to I am learning slot and taking all the classes I need
Cabrini uses blackboard to have online classes. There was a mixture of remote and in person. Overall, the experience was pretty good. Turning in work is easy and the teachers really set it up to ensure that students understand and pay attention.
I enjoy the beautiful campus and how welcoming the staff are. The teachers are very understanding and are willing to help students through everything. I also like the diversity and how it’s a tight knit college.
Some professors gave out a heavier workload. I liked that the professor is easier to contact before it took a while. I felt safe that I had all my classes online
It is a small school but I like that my professor knows me. It is easy to make friends. The campus is not far from the mall and Philly. There is a nice park on the other side of campus.
My experience at Cabrini University is still going on, but it is going well for me. I am being informed about upcoming assignments, and my teachers cooperating with me when I need an extension on certain assignments. Ever since everyone went to virtual learning, they explained to me how to use particular services like Blackboard properly, instead of expecting me to figure it out, which is nice.
Within the online experience of learning, Cabrini University has been communicating with their students about events upcoming virtually, informing us about internship opportunities in the future, and remind us that talking to all types of eclectic people can lead us down a great marketing path. Having the info of an entrepreneur or an engineer can lead you to a job and hopefully a career in the field.