President Boyers in the News
President Boyers frequently speaks about issues in higher education. He believes passionately that obtaining a college degree can change a life and that small colleges have a unique opportunity to provide access to a quality education in a distinct and purposeful way.
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How Small Colleges Can Develop Win-Win Partnerships as an Enrollment Growth Strategy
Enrollment Growth University Podcast, May 21, 2022
Jayson Boyers, President of Rosemont College, explains how partnerships can help small schools increase enrollment and better serve their communities. He also discusses how to find "natural partners" and designing curriculums around them; why smaller schools are better positioned for partnerships than other marketing and growth strategies; and how the right degree programs can transform local communities.
Spotlight On: Jayson Boyers, President of Rosemont College
Invest: Philadelphia, May 16, 2022
In an interview with Invest, President Boyers spoke about Rosemont's major milestones over the last year, the college's provision of free mental health services to all students, enrolling the largest class in a decade, and more.
The Higher Education 2022 Power 100
City & State Pennsylvania, April 25, 2022
Rosemont President Jayson Boyers was included in the 2022 Power List recognizing the most powerful educators in Pennsylvania.
'What Are You Called to Do? Marketing Religiously Affiliated Institutions
Higher Voltage Podcast, April 20, 2022
"What are you called to do in life? Not just what your job is, but what are you called to do?" Jayson Boyers, Rosemont’s president, asks on the latest Higher Voltage, as he delves into the nuances of leading a religiously affiliated institution.
Overcoming Inertia and Enabling Innovation with Dr. Jayson Boyers, President of Rosemont
Illuminate Higher Education Podcast, March 20, 2022
Dr. Boyers was a guest on the Illuminate Higher Education podcast to discuss innovation in higher education, higher education being viewed as an ecosystem, and how collaboration can be helpful instead of competition.
Half Off Tuition for Feds and Their Families
Fed Upward Podcast, January 21, 2022
As part of the Federal Academic Alliance, Rosemont College wants to make getting a degree easier for feds and their spouses and their children. President Jayson Boyers was recently featured on the Fed Upward podcast to discuss Rosemont Momentum. (Interview with President Boyers starts at 1:50)
Eyeing Growth, Rosemont College Doubles Freshman Enrollment and Expands On-Campus
The Philadelphia Business Journal, January 21, 2022
Rosemont College President Jayson Boyers is spearheading major change on the small Main Line campus by doubling the size of its freshman class and undertaking the renovation of a dorm designed to accommodate a growing student population.
American Academia: The Traditional and the Upstarts
The New York Times - Letter to the Editor, November 21, 2021
President Boyers’ letter to the editor was featured on how to get small colleges to think and act boldly.
Rosemont College Inaugurates its 14th President in its 100 Year History
Main Line Media News, November 15, 2021
In the short time he’s been in his position, Rosemont College’s new president has already made history by adding some innovative programs for the school.
Rosemont Teams Up with Archdiocese to Slash College Tuition
Catholic Philly, October 14, 2021
Effective this academic year, Rosemont College will offer a tuition grant of $9,750 to students who graduate from Catholic high schools in the archdiocese, and who commit to attending Rosemont as residential students.
NCAA Division III Fall Sports Shutdown Went Beyond COVID-19 Case Data
The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 30, 2020
President Boyers was interviewed about sports policies in the Colonial States Athletic Association during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What if Students Won’t Wear Masks in Class? Professors Want Assurances That Universities Will Enforce
The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 17, 2020
President Boyers was quoted in this article about mask policies on college campuses.
A New College President Amid COVID: Rosemont’s Jayson Boyers Makes Plans for Fall Reopening From Afar
The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 3, 2020
Jayson Boyers officially started as the new president of Rosemont College on Monday, but his work began weeks ago as he helped the small liberal arts school develop a reopening plan for the fall.
Q&A: Rosemont College’s New President, Jayson Boyers
Main Line Today, June 2, 2020
Dedicating his career to higher education, Jayson Boyers will embark on his latest endeavor as the 14th president of Rosemont College, taking office on June 1. Boyers previously held roles at Vermont’s Champlain College and, most recently, as president of Cleary University in Michigan. We spoke to him about his goals during this tumultuous time for small liberal arts colleges.
Rosemont College Picks President of Michigan School as its Next Leader
The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 14, 2020
A Michigan college president with a background in increasing enrollment and building partnerships with corporations will become the new leader of Rosemont College, school officials announced Tuesday.