Sr. Jeanne Hatch, SHCJ, Vice President for Mission, will retire on June 30 after 16 years at Rosemont. Please join members of the Rosemont community on Thursday, June 25th at 10:00 am for a retirement celebration on Zoom.
The life of Zach Young '22 seems to revolves around soccer, and he will say so himself. Now, he not only plays the sport, but runs a podcast - On the Half Volley - where he can delve into all soccer-related topics.
The Undergraduate Education Division at Rosemont College has just obtained the Pennsylvania Department of Education approval for the new Special Education Certification span PK-12.
On November 16th, 2019 The Community Center opened. The newest building on the Rosemont campus is more than 73,000 square feet in size and extends from the current Cardinal Hall, will provide the campus with informal gathering spaces, and areas for...
Rosemont Business Students Community Bank Case Study Compete in Community Bank Case Study Competition
Pennsylvania Acting Secretary of Banking and Securities Richard Vague today commended Rosemont students, and students from nine other Pennsylvania colleges and universities competing in the 2020 Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) Community...
From payroll to puzzles, the winner of the 2020 Founders Day Community Spirit Award spoke with RoCo about carrying out her role during the pandemic.
Rosemont was scheduled to host an in-person business card exchange event in the Community Center for members of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce on March 12th, the day Governor Wolf announced his first round of business closures in Montgomery County,...
Girls in Capes, a group founded by Feliza Casano of self-proclaimed "geek girls," meet at Main Point Books to discuss everything from sic-fi to anime.
Rosemont's Virtual Toast to mark the retirement of President Sharon Latchaw Hirsh had over 500 people in attendance via Zoom.
Nancy Newhouse ‘68, would be the first to tell you that she is not a “Nantucket-er” (a native of Nantucket, the Massachusetts island located 30 miles south of Cape Cod).