• Be Well-Rounded.

    Monique BrinsonMSL Candidate, MSM Graduate
    Posted June 26, 2013

    As I neared the completion of the MSM Program at Rosemont I realized I want to be well-rounded in both leadership and management. Acquiring the MSL Degree will give me the tools to become a successful and effective leader and manager.

  • Be Experienced.

    Abbey WexlerInternship Training Coordinator, Adjunt Faculty
    Posted June 26, 2013

    Rosemont College offers the perfect combination of support and academic rigor. Our students in the Counseling Psychology program know we care about their academic and professional success and are here for them every step of the way.

  • Be Self-Aware.

    Sarah SinniMSL Candidate
    Posted June 26, 2013

    I chose Rosemont's MSL program because it offers an intimate-sized evening "in classroom" program that is conveniently located to work and home. The teachers are wonderful! They are the perfect combination of educator/life/work experience all wrapped into one. I am learning so much.

  • Be Influential.

    Ronald E. Davies, D.Ed.Program Director
    Posted May 23, 2013

    Join our “Community of Learners” to benefit from an outstanding and distinguished faculty; excellent graduate programs and courses; and small class sizes with personal attention. You will be provided the opportunity to fully develop your talents and potential to become a great teacher and make a fundamental difference in the lives of your students forever.

  • Be Challenged.

    Greg BellMBA Candidate
    Posted May 21, 2013

    I chose Rosemont for my MBA because it is a well-known and respected program in the Philadelphia area. The curriculum is challenging yet flexible which has enabled me to pursue my degree while balancing my professional, family and academic endeavors. I have been extremely impressed with the faculty's level of real world experience which has translated into practical and relevant classroom learning for me.

  • Be Confident.

    Donald E. Graham, Jr.MBA Candidate
    Posted May 16, 2013

    Rosemont's MBA program gave me the opportunity to take classes that are applicable to my profession as an Insurance Underwriter. I was even able to perfect my writing skills which helped me to publish my first book. The instructors at Rosemont provided me with the tools necessary to succeed, and I believe I have gained the knowledge and confidence that will help me to transcend mediocrity.”

  • Be Outgoing.

    Nicole Gravlin, '13Publishing Student
    Posted April 5, 2013

    From the first email I sent asking about the Publishing program at Rosemont, everyone I've met has gone above and beyond to help me reach my goals. I have been able to learn so much more about publishing than I ever imagined or thought I'd be able to understand.

  • Be Open to Change.

    Ian Shumard, '13Publishing Student
    Posted April 5, 2013

    I began my search for a graduate program that would enable me to refresh my graphic design skills but that would also introduce me to new concepts and current technological trends. The Publishing program is a perfect fit because it offered a combination of knowledge and innovation which in turn has enabled me to start a new career in digital marketing.

  • Be Fearless.

    Laura Crockett, '14Publishing Student
    Posted April 5, 2013

    What I love most about Rosemont's publishing program is the well-rounded education we receive on the industry. Not only do we learn about the digital publishing changes, but we also learn the bare bones of traditional publishing. With all of the tracks -- editorial, magazine, marketing, children and YA, design -- I have plenty of options to choose from.

  • Be Impactful.

    John McGearyMFA Student
    Posted March 19, 2013

    I chose Rosemont because of the variety of classes offered. I had specific ideas about what I wanted to study in a graduate MFA, and Rosemont fit best. The class combinations that drew me to Rosemont were classes like Gothic Literature, Magical Realism, Tolkien, and Literary Theory. Other programs I looked at had maybe one or two classes like these but with less flexibility. As a graduate student investing lots of time and money in this education, I like being able to know faculty, participate in small classes where everyone knows me, and hear ideas from friends learning along with me. It’s a fun learning environment, and I won’t have passed through without making an impact of my own.

  • Be Flexible.

    Katherine FosterCounseling Psychology Student
    Posted March 8, 2013

    I work full-time so I needed to find a program that was designed with working adults in mind. Rosemont's graduate programs are flexible enough that I can work full-time, attend class once a week and still have time for my family and friends.