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Ms. Wilder is currently the Assistant Academic Dean/Director of Student Academic Support at Rosemont College. Ms. Wilder has served the College for more than 13 years, and previously held the position of Director of Advising and Retention in the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies.
Sister Carol Ann has worked at Rosemont College in Academic Support since 2011. She has more than 30 years' experience in Educational Administration and has her Master's in Administration from Northwestern University.
Kendyl Oliver has had administrative experience working for Literacy Council of Norristown. Miss Oliver is currently completing her MBA at Rosemont College.
Travis Marshall has a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and currently serves as the coordinator of testing and tutorials.
Ms. Baker is a professional writer and adjunct professor at Rosemont College.
Peer mentors are an integral part of the ACT 101 program. They are individuals from the student body who meet regularly with the ACT 101 members in small groups and also one-on-one to discuss class progress and also to guide them through their first few semesters here at Rosemont College to help them become oriented to the Rosemont community. They are students who are very familiar with the campus and the staff members who work in the Student Academic Support Center as well as other departments on campus. Peer mentoring is a strong and positive component of the entire ACT 101 program.
The Student Academic Support Center is located on the first floor of the McShain/Brown Science Building, Room 115.
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