Immaculata University has launched the public-support phase of its $25 million fund-raising campaign, A Beacon Ever Bright.
The Malvern-based school has already raised $15 million from early donors in its goal to fund a new student engagement center, restoration projects and scholarships.
A Beacon Ever Bright has been the most successful fund-raising campaign in Immaculata's history, Kevin Quinn, vice president for university advancement, said in announcing the new leg of the effort Friday.
Among the proposed new projects: a new student engagement center with dining and study space; a facelift for Good Counsel Hall; and new windows and restorative masonry work for the dome of Villa Maria Hall.
The campaign also will support the Immaculata Fund, which contributes to better academic programming and financial aid.