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Schedule for the classes of 1944, 1949, 1954, 1959, 1964, and 1969

Three senior women stand together and smile at the Rosemont College reunion.




Saturday June 1st
9 - 10amCampus Tour
Current Rosemont students will lead the Campus Tour, which will include stops in the residence halls and the new Raven’s Athletic Complex. Information on Rosemont’s future Community Center will also be shared. The tour is also offered at 4 PM.
Meet Outside of Connelly Hall
10 - 11am: Town Hall with President Hirsh; Alumni Association Annual Meeting & Awards Presentation
Join President Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, PhD ’70, to learn more about Rosemont’s current students, campus initiatives, and upcoming capital projects. The Rosemont College Alumni Association will then hold its annual meeting, which will include the presentation of the 2019 Alumni Awards.
Rotwitt Theater of McShain Performing Arts Center
11:30am - 1pm: Rose Luncheon
Reconnect with your classmates over lunch with President Hirsh and members of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Seating will be designated by class year. Awards will be presented to the Reunion classes with the largest class gift total and highest participation percentage.

Kistler Memorial Library 

1 – 3pm: “Back to Class” Lectures
Brush up on a favorite topic or learn something new during one of these lectures offered by current Rosemont faculty members:

Women, War, & Peace Michelle Moravec, PhD,
Associate Professor, American History/Women & Gender Studies
Kistler Memorial Library
The Human Dimension of Organizational
Intelligence Christine A. Hagedorn, DM, Assistant Professor of Business
Kistler Memorial Library
Rendezvous with Edna St. Vincent Millay
 Timothy Jackson, PhD,
Assistant Professor of English
Kistler Memorial Library
Just Do The Right Thing: Plato’s Republic Today Lisa Dolling, PhD,
Provost and Professor of Philosophy
Kistler Memorial Library

3 – 4pm: Art Hour with President Hirsh
All are invited to attend a lecture by President Hirsh, an internationally recognized scholar of 19th century art in Western Europe. 
Kistler Memorial Library

4-5pm: Campus Tour
Current students will lead the Campus Tour, which will include stops in the residence halls and the new Raven’s Athletic Complex. Information on Rosemont’s future Community Center will also be shared.
Meet Outside of Connelly Hall

4:30 - 6pm: Cocktails & Conversation 

An Exclusive Event for Alumni of the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies with Their Program Directors and Dean Peter McLallen, PhD
All alumni of the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies are invited to a reception to informally network with Dean McLallen, Program Directors, and other alumni.
Kistler Memorial Library (Reading Room)

4:30 - 6pm: Alumnae Artists Exhibit Opening

Join Patricia Nugent, Associate Professor of Studio Art and Director of the Nugent Gallery, for the opening of our annual Alumnae Artists exhibit, which will feature works from members of this year’s Reunion classes. Wine and cheese will be served.
Patricia M. Nugent Gallery

6:30 - 9:30 PM: Rose & Gray Cocktails & Dinner
Enjoy cocktails on the patio followed by an elegant dinner in Main Building with President Hirsh. Alumnae of the class of 1969
are complimentary guests of the College in honor of their 50th Reunion. Class photos will be taken between 6:30 and 7 PM.
Main Building
Sunday, June 2nd
7 - 10am: Complimentary Continental Breakfast (On-Campus Guests) 

10am: Reunion Mass 

Please join us for a special liturgy in memory of deceased Reunion classmates.
Immaculate Conception Chapel

11am: Farewell Brunch 

All guests and their families are invited to a brunch buffet —
the perfect end to a fabulous reunion weekend.
Main Building

For registration information, please email Joe Darrah, Director of Alumni Relations, at

Off-Campus Accommodations

The Alumni Office has reserved blocks of rooms at special discounted rates for Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1. Please be sure to mention Rosemont to receive the special rate. Please be sure to book your room by the first week of May. 

 Marriott West Conshohocken – $189/night
(610) 941-5600

Valley Forge Casino Resort – $119/night
(610) 354-8118

Hyatt Place King of Prussia  $119/night (king bed with sleeper sofa) or $132/night (two double queen beds)
(484) 690-3000

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