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Find out what's happening at Rosemont, from the Office of the President to the victories of our student Athletes. Read more about what's happening in the community in our digital RoConnections Magazine.


Men's Volleyball Competes in First Match in Rosemont History

On January 28th, the newly-formed men's volleyball team hit the courts for their first match in history. Traveling to Reading PA, the student athletes faced off against Alvernia University. Joining the roster of men's and women's sports teams at Rosemont, the team is led by head coach Russel Love. Along with his formidable experience as a college athlete, Love has over thirty years of volleyball coaching at both the high school and collegiate level. Read more


After 55 Years, Raymond “Butch” Brown Retires from Rosemont 

When walking through Rosemont, you’ll likely ran into Butch Brown during one of his many rounds across campus. For more than five decades, Butch has been a familiar presence in our community, overseeing many responsibilities to ensure campus operations are running safely and smoothly. Butch retired at the end of January after 55 years of service at Rosemont.  Read more


Sr. Veronica Openibo named 2020 Commencement Speaker

Sister Veronica Openibo, Society Leader of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, will deliver the address at Rosemont’s 97th Commencement on May 16th and will receive an honorary degree at the Ceremony. Sr. Openibo is an educator, religious leader, and public speaker. She has a special relationship with Rosemont College as the Society Leader of the SHCJ. Read more


 School of Graduate and Professional Studies schedules Open Houses.

Join us to learn more about how you can take that next step in your life and career. Rosemont College offers Spring Open Houses where you can meet with admissions representatives, discuss programs with faculty and staff, and hear from a recent alum. Choose from the two dates or schedule a personal visit on another day that works for you. Tuesday, February 25th, 2020,  5:00 PM – 8:00 PM OR Saturday, February 29th, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM. Learn more


 New President Appointed

The Board of Trustees of Rosemont College is pleased to announce the appointment of Jayson Boyers, EdD as the College’s 14th President. Currently the President of Cleary University in Howell, Michigan, Dr. Boyers will assume office on July 1st, following the May 31st retirement of President Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, PhD.  Read more.


Experiential Opportunities & Post Graduate Success: Gabe Rizzo

Gabe Rizzo ‘21, a finance and international business major, had a chance encounter that led to an internship at A-G Administrators, an athletics insurance program provider in Berwyn. The company looked like the perfect fit for Rizzo . Read more.


Language and Culture: Opening the Doors to your Future

 Monday, Feb 10, 2020, 6.30 to 8.00 PM, Rotwitt Theater. A panel of professional speakers, moderated by Professor Christine Hagedorn, Business Department, will share the role language has played in their career journey and how having a second language and knowledge of culture opened doors and career possibilities.  Read more.


 Author Madeline Miller to talk at Rosemont

Madeline Miller, author of The Song of Achilles and Circe, will present an author  talk on Tuesday, Feb 18,  7 pm, at Rosemont's Rotwitt Theatre, 1400 Montgomery Ave, Rosemont, PA 19010. The talk, this year's Norcini Lecture, is free and open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the public.  Sponsored by the Mary and John Norcini Lecture Fund. Read More.


 Spring Symposium, March 20, 2020: Eugenics, Genetics and the American Dream

This year, the Institute for Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility’s symposium is a screening of the film A Dangerous Idea: Eugenics, Genetics and the American Dream, followed by a panel of distinguished scholars and scientists. Read more.


  On A Mission

Alumna is validating her education and purpose one community at a time. Elizabeth Russell ’18 was simply looking to be part of something. It was freshman year and she wanted her time at Rose­mont College to be meaningful, active, and spent with others.


Rosemont Students Test Entrepreneurial Waters 

Jennifer Zoga, Assistant Professor in the Business Department at Rosemont College, piloted a Start Your Business Incubator program last semester. Designed for students who are serious and ready to become entrepreneurs, Zoga interviewed and accepted this year’s cohort of three who worked throughout the fall semester to write their business and financial plans and prototype their Minimum Viable Products (MVP).


Article by Dr. Portman published in The Reading Teacher

“Reflective Journaling: A Portal Into  the Virtues of Daily Writing,“  an article written by Rosemont faculty member Steven Portman, EdD, was published in The Reading Teacher,  a professional journal for educators, published monthly by the International Literacy Association.  Portman is an adjunct professor in the College’s graduate Education program and teaches in the PK-12 Reading Specialist Program.


Prof. Romanowski named as expert contributor on WalletHub

Kenneth Romanowski CFP®, CTFA, MBA, Adjunct member of the Business Administration faculty in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies and Undergraduate College, Rosemont College, has been named to a panel of experts for WalletHub.


Rosemont alumnae picked by Hilary Clinton for Time Magazines 100 Next

Rosemont alumnae, Jessica Morales Rocketto, was picked by Hilary Clinton for the Time Magazines TIME 100 Next, a new list and part of the TIME 100 list. The List spotlights 100 rising stars who are shaping the future of business, entertainment, sports, politics, science, health and more. TIME 100 Next profiles are written by more established influencers, including TIME 100 alumni.


Community Center Opening

The November 16th Grand Opening and Dedication of the magnificent newest building on campus. The Community Center, which 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 large and formal events. 


Med Students Visit Alma Mater Rosemont

Four former science students came back to visit and share their recollections of their Rosemont days. They credited their ability to transition from a undergrad to medical school to their Rosemont Experience.  All were very involved in a variety of activities at Rosemont. Part of this was due to the small college atmosphere at Rosemont, which allowed each of them to hold leadership roles.