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  • Be the Difference.

    Jeffy Matthew, '13Biology Student
    Posted May 17, 2013

    Rosemont has given me so much. Small class sizes so I wouldn't get lost in a crowd, personal attention from the admissions staff, great professors who have helped me do well on the MCAT and experience scientific research and opportunities for serving the community. My Rosemont experience is helping me make a difference and reach my dreams.

  • Be Inspired

    Dr. Jeannette DumasBiology Professor
    Posted May 16, 2013

    I love all things biology, especially teaching it. To me, teaching biology - or as I like to call it socializing over biology - is one of my life's most joyful experiences. What could be more inspiring than wondering how life works?

  • Be Inquisitive.

    Max Seidman, '13Philosophy Student
    Posted March 8, 2013

    I’m a philosophy major, so I question everything from existence to knowledge. I started off at a big university and found I wasn’t getting the attention I needed. At Rosemont, what I say matters. What I value is appreciated. And who I am is respected.

  • Be Informed.

    Ana DiLoretoPolitical Science Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    I'm not just another number at Rosemont. Everyone knows who I am. The Political Science department has helped me to think beyond my own little world.

  • Be Yourself.

    Kyle RobinsonHistory Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    Rosemont College is great because the size allows me to be an individual not a number. In this kind of welcoming environment I can continue to grow into the person I want to become.

  • Be Confident.

    Lexy MrongowiusForensic Sociology, Criminology Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    My major involves the legal and investigative work on a crime scene and in the court system. I pay attention to small details which advances my knowledge and helps me develop a more precise and accurate conclusion. This field of study motivates the mind, thought process, and the physical being of my body.

  • Be a Friend.

    Mitch CarsilloEducation Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    Rosemont is my second home - I love being around my teammates and professors. Professor Ledebur has been a big part of my success in the Education program.

  • Be Outstanding.

    Kelsey Carpenter, '15Education Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    I love being an education major at Rosemont because of the small classes and the professors are outstanding! We learn a lot while managing to have fun doing different activities as a class.

  • Be Gracious.

    Nitha ViswanathanReligious Studies Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    At Rosemont I have the opportunity to converse with my professors - from faith and inter-religious dialogues to finding oneself. This is the case for many students here. We connect with our professors. They invest in us and we invest in them.

  • Be Remarkable.

    Psychology Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    Since freshman year I've gotten to know my psychology professors almost like family, and can always count on them to guide me in the right direction. Rosemont has given me all the possibilities and support to achieve greatness.

  • Be Passionate.

    Imano Udo-UtunBusiness Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    I study what I love at Rosemont - business. Rosemont is a great, reputable school that adheres to its commitment to students' individuality. Professor Marshall in Academic Support is really great and has taught me a great deal.

  • Be Your Best Self.

    Ian Murphy, Ph.D.Religious Studies Professor
    Posted March 4, 2013

    I have taught for years at several reputable, well-known colleges, and Rosemont is by far the best. At other institutions, I taught large lecture halls filled with more than 100 students in a single class. In contrast, having fewer students in an intimate classroom setting gives Rosemont a remarkable advantage.

  • Be of Service.

    Shani JohnsonEnglish Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    As a senior, I can honestly say that Rosemont has been the best four years of my life. This is a very service and leadership-oriented college that gives you numerous opportunities to grow and be very happy in the pursuit of learning.

  • Be Passionate.

    Cierra MillerEnglish Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I work hard, try my best and am creative. English and creative writing are my passion, it's not just something I chose because I am good at it. I came to Rosemont to be better and to nurture my craft.

  • Be Inspired.

    Derrick CarterEducation Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    The education program at Rosemont is tremendous. The professors have a broad range of knowledge in education and pass that knowledge to the students who are aspiring teachers. I'm also a senior captain of the basketball team and enjoy the leadership opportunity.

  • Be Patient.

    Nidirah WilliamsEducation Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I believe that children are our future, which is why I chose to major in education at Rosemont. I am excited to become part of the lives of our future leaders. I too, want to be a leader.

  • Be Inventive.

    Aguila WallerEducation Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    As a student, I work at the Academic Support Center. I enjoy it because I get to help and meet so many different people. Plus, I can share my wonderful Rosemont experiences with everyone - even prospective students.

  • Be Open.

    Ashley RankinePsychology Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I transferred to Rosemont. What drew me here was the amazing psychology department, the small size and the proximity to family and friends. Plus, I got the opportunity to join the lacrosse and volleyball teams!

  • Be Focused.

    Maddie LeonardPsychology, Pre-Law Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Rosemont has given me so many opportunities to be involved and to become a leader on campus. This, in addition to my pre-law classes, have prepared me for the law school application process and the LSATs.

  • Be Passionate.

    Skylar RichardPsychology Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Rosemont's psychology department really meets the expectations for those who have a true passion for the art. The professors are engaging and dedicated to educating the students, not only for the workforce, but for the world.

  • Be Fun.

    Opeyemi BamisayeEconomics Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Because of my Rosemont education, I already have a full-time job offer from Wells Fargo. I attend almost all of the campus events, and am always thinking of fun things to do with my friends.

  • Be Genuine.

    Noel SalgadoCommunication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Rosemont allows students to get the personal attention other colleges/universities can't offer. Other schools don't allow you to have lunch with your professors or the dean. I'm helping build successful sports programs too, and being part of that culture is something really special.

  • Be Inspired.

    Powell DavisCommunication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Everyone at Rosemont has taught me to be inspired and expressive, and to be proud and achieve greatness in this world.

  • Be Challenged.

    Travis Staples, '16Communication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I've encountered many challenges as a Rosemont student. My professors challenge me to think at a higher level. They don't portray themselves as know-it-alls, but rather have a sense of humanity and professionalism. They care about me and the rest of their students. I have made many new and close friends with freshmen and upperclassmen.

  • Be Communicative.

    Yurie KatsuyaCommunication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Non-stop talking. That was my first impression when I came to Rosemont. Everyone seems to be enjoying their lives here. Communication is a very interesting major in that I learn something every day that I can use in my daily life. Professor Gilmore is the best professor!

  • Be Judicial.

    Alyssa RiegelBusiness and Political Science Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I am a double major at Rosemont who plans to finish in three years, then head to law school.

  • Be Generous.

    Stephanie MabouBusiness Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    As a business major at Rosemont, I am able to have a close relationship with my professors. They are always willing to go above and beyond normal expectations to assist me in any way possible so that I can success in my future goals.

  • Be Experienced.

    Carlos AguiloAccounting Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I love Rosemont because of its close-knit community and diversity. I chose accounting as a major because of how much I enjoyed my past experiences in the field.

  • Be Prepared.

    Leahcim JamesBusiness Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I am one person who can have a positive impact on many of my peers' college experience. I ask a lot of questions and utilize all of the resources at Rosemont including my favorite place - Academic Support - because the tutoring is free and the tutors are great people. I want to give a shout out to Dean Chiddick becuase he is a great college mentor and an excellent person to go to for business advice.

  • Be Brilliant.

    Saarah HussainPre-Med Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    As a biology major and science lover, I knew that I wanted to attend a school that would allow my thirst for knowledge to thrive. The science faculty (especially Dr. Skokotas!) have opened my eyes to the world of biology, and have helped me see that by learning science, I can change the lives of my patients and maybe even change the world!

  • Be a Thinker.

    Michael Cuomo, '13History Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    What I’ve learned in the history classes here aren’t just the facts: I learned how to think, analyze, and open my mind. I chose Rosemont because of its small size. I didn’t want to be just another student sitting in a large lecture hall. I wanted to get to know my professors and I wanted them to get to know me, and that’s exactly what Rosemont is like.

  • Be Influential.

    Emmy HermanSociology student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    When I came to Rosemont, I thought I understood the path I would need to follow to fulfill my dream of becoming an accomplished therapist. I was pleasantly surprised when I began taking some classes in the Sociology department, that its curriculum and clinical sociological focus could land me where I always envisioned myself. Being a sociology major has changed the way I look at the world and how I plan on being an influence on it!

  • Be Articulate.

    Cassie DrummEnglish Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    When I started at Rosemont, I wanted to dive into books and gain as much knowledge as possible. I have a voice at Rosemont. My ideas and opinions are heard, whether in a classroom or on the executive board of a campus group. The English professors challenge my thinking and push me to be my best. I am looking forward to continuing my education at Rosemont by getting my Master’s in Publishing.

  • Be Intrigued.

    Sean Fisher, '13 Psychology Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    I knew I wanted to go to a school where my mind could be expanded. I also wanted a school where I could be a leader. I have done everything possible to get involved at Rosemont. I am on the cross-country track team. I am vice president of my class. I am an RA, and a Raven Peer Leader. I try to be an effective leader by following the examples of my leaders, especially my advisors in the psychology department.

  • Be Hopeful.

    Laura Watson, '14Psychology Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    I've always wanted to help people - my mom's a nurse - but since coming to rosemont I've really connected to the field of psychology. Knowledgeable and inisightful, the professors encourage my success and truly care about my life's goals. My degree from Rosemont will help me achieve my goal of working toward the betterment of humanity.

  • Be Relevant.

    Anna Nuzzolese, '15Political Science Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    As a Political Science major, I knew I wanted to attend a school where my opinion would be heard. My professors push me to be the best I can be and have taught me that by thinking outside the box, I really can go out and make a difference.

  • Be Captivating.

    Olesya KuchmaChemistry Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    Being a Chemistry major creates opportunity to excel academically and intellectually. Rosemont has provided me with a structural foundation to help me succeed in the scientific field in the future. Being provided with outstanding professors and well-organized lectures allows me to take a step into the professional world.

  • Be Explosive.

    Austin MolocznikChemistry Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    When deciding on Rosemont, I wanted to stand out not only socially and on the sports field, but in the classroom. I am involved in my chemistry classes, and my professors are involved in helping me. I can tell that my professors are as passionate about chemistry as I am and want me to succeed. I love that everyone on Rosemont’s campus is a family, and we are always pushing each other to work harder in every aspect of life.

  • Be Curious.

    Celeste Harmer,'13Art History Student
    Posted February 28, 2013

    Rosemont has given me a thorough grounding in the History of Art discipline that has instilled in me the confidence to fulfill a variety of challenging yet exciting tasks in the art world, from coordinating gallery shows to researching and promoting new art-historical genres. The History of Art major at Rosemont is second to none.

  • Be Determined.

    Cong Nguyen, '13Biology Major
    Posted February 28, 2013

    As a biology major, I have thrived here at Rosemont. The science faculty (especially Dr. Skokotas!) have been incredibly supportive. I transfered into Rosemont hoping I would get more attention and I have been so satisfied. Now I am moving on to get my M.B.A. and then off to medical school. I know my Rosemont education will help me fulfill my goals.

  • Be Involved.

    Kirsten Sanford Art and Design Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    I chose to study studio art and design at Rosemont because of the great K-12 certification for art education.Rosemont also has one of the greatest art galleries in the area, which I am fully involved with as a gallery assistant. The art professors are very involved with their art students. I could not imagine myself anywhere else other than Rosemont. I love all of my opportunities to be creative here.

  • Be a Stand Out.

    Michael Manning Education Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    I love that I can stand out in and outside of the classroom. As an education major, I appreciate the professors' varied backgrounds in education and the one-on-one time I get. I want to be a person who inspires, just as I have been inspired here at Rosemont.

  • Be Intellectual.

    Janaki KhatriEconomics Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    As an economics major at Rosemont, I've had many unique opportunities I wouldn't have had elsewhere. Presenting on Sustainable Strategies for Small Businesses at an honors consortium helped me become a better presenter. Taking my advanced economics classes at Villanova gave me experience engaging in intellectual conversations with other motivated individuals. This year, I'm looking forward to attending a foreign policy conference. At Rosemont, I've become everything I've wanted to become.

  • Be Creative.

    John Michael Szcepaniak-Gillece, '13Communications Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    I knew I wanted to go to a school where my creativity would stand out and I could remain myself. I have utilized my passion for photography and interest in communication by helping Rosemont with its publications. Doors have always been open to me at Rosemont. I have become stronger, smarter, and excited to go out into the world. I have also learned I can be myself.

  • Be a Catalyst.

    Lauren Profitt, '15Chemistry Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    Rosemont College offers a lot of support for Chemistry majors to explore and learn. The labs and lectures allow for greater understanding and a means to apply concepts to the everyday. The small class sizes allow for more extensive and controlled lab work. The Chemistry department at Rosemont offers research opportunities every semester and internship and career prospects. The professors are always excited, helpful, and encouraging to their students and they never run out of reasons to make you love being a Chemistry major.

  • Be Intense.

    Ahmed Falik, '13Business Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    I chose Rosemont for two reasons: to play soccer and to get a great education. My professors, classmates, and just about everyone in this community are laying the foundation of my success as a future business leader.

  • Be Well-Rounded.

    Ashley Montecchhio,'13Humanities Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    Humanities has led me to study an array of disciplines, which gives me so many career options. I love being able to walk into my professors’ offices and talk to them about anything. The Rosemont environment is very intimate, everyone can stand out.

  • Be Communicative.

    Caleb SarverEnglish and Communication Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    English and communication is all about connections. I connect with my professors, friends, school work and the world around me.

  • Be Motivated.

    Khayla SmithBiology Student
    Posted February 22, 2013

    I chose the Biology major at Rosemont because I want to be a nurse. My advisor (Professor Skokotas) has been great in teaching me as well as helping me plan my educational experience at Rosemont. I have helped with research and volunteer at Bryn Mawr Hospital.

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