Institutional Celebrations

Campus celebrations and events are a special part of life at Rosemont. Time honored traditions weave a common thread through the Rosemont experience from one generation to the next, while newer occasions highlight the College’s ability to continuously renew and adapt.

Though campus life is often a busy routine of familiar faces and schedules, special events bring all members of the Rosemont community together. Students branch out, alumni reconnect, and families and community members become better acquainted with the College. Whether welcoming new students at Convocation or wishing graduates well at Commencement, we recognize and celebrate each other’s achievements.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service: In lieu of classes, this January day is dedicated to service both on campus and in the community.

SGA Formal: Open to all undergraduate students and their guests.

100 Days Party: For all undergraduates, hosted by the juniors 100 days before graduation in honor of the senior class

Jest & Gesture Spring Production: Each year in late winter or early spring, the College’s dramatic society produces a significant comic or tragic play.

Founders' Day: On this day honoring the historic and current founders of Rosemont, classes are dismissed early for a special liturgy, followed by a luncheon at which service certificates and awards are presented.

Academic Honors Day & Spring Reception: Every spring, Academic Honors Day highlights the achievements of Rosemont students and faculty members during the academic year.

Junior Class Blessing: The blessing recognizes the accomplishments of the junior class, and acknowledges their impending advancement to seniors.

Multicultural Festival: Hosted by the International Club to highlight the many heritages of Rosemont students through music, dance, poetry, national costumes, and food.

Athletic Banquet: Awards are presented and achievements of the season are recounted at this banquet honoring our varsity athletes.

Reading Day Picnic: Hosted by the Division of Student Life on Connelly Green.

Senior Week: Members of the senior class plan and enjoy a variety of activities during the week prior to Commencement, including off-campus events and a picnic on Connelly Green.

Commencement: After a Baccalaureate Mass, the Commencement Ceremony is held on Connelly Green. Awards are presented, and graduating students receive their diplomas from the president of the College.

Alumni Reunion Weekend: Alumni renew and enjoy friendships old and new as classes celebrating anniversaries of their graduation from ten through sixty years revisit campus each June.

More information

Ryan mcelroy '13
College Events Coordinator

610.527.0200 x2967