Rosemont College exceeds $2.2 million for its Annual Fund—the largest ever in college history. This achievement is a result of the College’s receiving substantial support in celebration of its Centennial Year—including three matching gift challenges...
Former Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania set to assume position in late June. Dr. Jayson Boyers, Rosemont College’s 14th President, leaving to pursue another opportunity in higher education.
Agreement Offers Federal Government Employees Access to Convenient Career-Focused Educational Opportunities at a Reduced Cost
Rosemont College Looks to the Future While Respecting the Past with a $7.5 Million Investment to Renovate Historic Mayfield Hall
The restoration began in November of Mayfield Hall, one of Rosemont’s most historic buildings. Construction is expected to be completed in August 2022.
The Ravens won the CSAC Championship in men’s soccer on November 6 and will advance to the NCAA tournament for the first time in Rosemont history.
When Super Bowl LVI takes place in February 2022, Brittney Strauss '22 will attend as one 21 young adults nationwide selected for the Living Sport International Sport Business Program.
Rosemont is recognized as a college that excels in helping economically disadvantaged students obtain their degrees.
Brittney Strauss ’22 was selected to participate in the NCAA Student Athlete Leadership Training (SALT) program this summer.
Rosemont College Launches New Master’s Program in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration
Program provides fully funded option for full-time students; enrollment for Fall 2021 now open.
Rosemont is one of 13 Pennsylvania colleges and universities to compete in the 2021 Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) Community Bank Case Study Competition.