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The Power of Small

The POWER of small gives you more opportunities, more connections, and more confidence.


From making great impressions to maximizing your potential, you can conquer today’s biggest challenges just by thinking small. Rosemont College’s small size fosters an informal and engaging learning environment and community involvement and creates strong personal bonds. Rosemont can provide an educational experience you won't find anywhere else.


Unparalleled access to faculty and firsthand learning opportunities engender an enriching environment where students work side by side with educators — in the classroom, in labs, and internship settings — to create a one one-of-a-kind learning experience. At Rosemont College you can embrace the POWER of small to make big changes in your future.

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Rosemont Students Take 1st Prize at the 19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium for Biological and Chemical Sciences

On October 22nd, Elizabeth Walton '18 and Aaron Pinninti '17 presented the results of their research project on yeast genetics under the direction of Aikaterini Skokotas, Ph.D. , Associate Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, at the 19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium for Biological and Chemical Sciences at UMBC. Rosemont is proud to announce that Lizzie and Aaron won first prize in the biological science section! Competing universities included UC Davis, Scripps Research Institute, James Madison University, University of Delaware, Monmouth University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and UMBC.

40th anniversary of Ntozake Shange's choreopoem

On November 2nd, Rosemont students are celebrating the 40th anniversary of Ntozake Shange's choreopoem "For colored girls who considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf" by participating in a collective reading held in the Gertrude Kistler Library at 4pm.

Rosemont Online Orientation

The sisters are the first cohort to participate in the partnership degree program with Rosemont College, one of ASEC's 8 founding member institutions. They will begin classes online at Rosemont College in January 2017.

Rosemont College to offer a hybrid of online/onsite learning for sisters in Africa.

Rosemont College is the third ASEC collaboration to offer a hybrid of online and onsite learning for sisters in Africa. Sisters will study for a year online before transferring to either Veritas University College, Nigeria or Catholic University of Cameroon, Bamenda. Before the start of the program, sisters participate in a three week orientation designed to enhance technological skills, outline expectations and create a community of support.

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