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Inside Tour

The Sr. Mary George O’Reilly, SHCJ Community Room 

Named for Sr. Mary George O’Reilly, SHCJ through the generosity of many Rosemont alumni who together raised $1 million in her honor to recognize her long legacy and dedication to Rosemont College, the Community Room will be the largest common space within the Community Center. The Community Room will be nearly 6,000 square feet in size. It will be capable of being easily divided into separate rooms when smaller gathering space is required.

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The Sr. Mary George O’Reilly, SHCJ Community Room will be truly multi-purpose. It will serve as a venue for a formal sit-down dinner for 250 guests, a reception for 500, or can be transformed into a regulation size volleyball court, used for other athletic and club sports, or used for student activities and events.

*The images and details regarding the future Community Center are still conceptual, and are likely to change before construction is completed.


Places to live, learn, have fun, eat, exercise, and just be.

*The images and details regarding the future Community Center are still conceptual, and are likely to change before construction is completed.

 
BOARD   FITNESS

The President’s Board Room, located on the second floor of the Community Center, will serve as the home for the College’s Board of Trustees, Senior Staff, and many other College committees, but will also be utilized by community groups and organizations.

A new fitness center will occupy the entire third floor of the Community Center. The main room will feature cardio and weight training equipment, while a second room will be used for group fitness training such as yoga, Pilates, and more. New men’s and women’s locker rooms, as well as restrooms will be added to the third floor.

Communicyu center   dining

The Community Center will feature four state-of-the-art smart classrooms that will be utilized by the Undergraduate College, the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies, and the Forum and Non-Credit Program.

Cardinal Hall’s dining area was renovated in 2013 through the $3 million Phase One project to create the Ravens’ Nest and the current eatery. The new Community Center will expand the dining area in order to serve our growing population of students.

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