Few colleges can tout the fact that their campuses include a building that's listed on the National Register for Historical Buildings. Yet at Rosemont, that's a fact that many find fascinating. However, older buildings like those on Rosemont's campus require renovations.
For example, beginning in the summer of 2013, Cardinal Hall will be undergoing the first phase of renovations to create a large community center where students, faculty staff and the community at large can gather. Computer labs in a variety of buildings need to be updated, as does Rosemont's newest acquisition - Gracemere, which will serve as the residence hall for Honors students. In addition, construction on a new Athletic Complex - complete with an artificial turf field and new softball field - will begin in the summer of 2013.