News and Blogs
Find out what's happening at Rosemont, from the Office of the President to the victories of our student Athletes. Click here to read out Rosemont College blogs.
Medical student return to their Rosemont roots
"Starting medical school is like trying to drink water from a fire hydrant. All the info is just coming at you." That's what Katerina Grynyshin '16, and current PCOM 4th year medical student, told science majors while visiting Campus recently. Grynyshin, along with fellow class of 2016 members, turned medical students, Krista Vadaketh, Heemail Kamdar and Brittney Shupp, shared how their Rosemont experiences, inside and outside the classroom, led to their successes in medical school.
Medical Resident and Rosemont Alumnus, Jeffy Matthew, visits Alma Mater
Rosemont alum, Jeffy Mathew who is in his 3rd year of residency at Stony Brook in Internal Medicine, stopped by for a visit.
Rosemont opens Center for Faculty Excellence
Following the October 22 Faculty Meeting, Rosemont's faculty gathered to cut the ribbon of the new Center for Teaching Excellence.
New programs for adult students
Rosemont College has launched a new accelerated adult professional program, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Psychology, and is gearing up to offer several more. Building on Rosemont's "POWER of Small," and its reputation of understanding the unique strengths and constraints of adult college learner, Rosemont is pleased to offer these new exciting options for the non-traditional student. BA in Writing Studies. AS in Criminal Justice. Business Administration Concentrations in Organization Communications and Business Communications
Business Students participate in Entrepreneur Incubator Program
This year, Jennifer Zoga, Assistant Professor in the Business Department at Rosemont College is piloting a Start Your Business Incubator program. Designed for students who are serious and ready to become entrepreneurs, Zoga interviewed and accepted this year's cohort of three who are working throughout the fall semester to write their business and financial plans and prototype their Minimum Viable Products (MVP).
Widener partners with Rosemont to offer accelerated bachelor's + master's degrees in creative writing or publishing
Widener University is partnering with Rosemont College to offer an accelerated program in which students earn a bachelor's degree in English and creative writing from Widener and a master's degree in creative writing or publishing from Rosemont in only five years.
Rosemont College Awarded $1.5 Million in RACP Funds
Rosemont College has been awarded $1.5 million through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The RACP funding was awarded to the College to complete the expansion of Cardinal Hall to create its new Community Center for use by students, faculty, staff, and members of the local community.
Rosemont College Announces New Accelerated Applied Psychology Degree Program
Rosemont College announces a new online Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Psychology with classes beginning every seven weeks.
James Martin, SJ, to Deliver Rosemont's 96th 2019 Commencement Address
Jesuit priest, author, and editor Rev. James Martin, SJ, will deliver the Rosemont College commencement address at this year's ceremony on May 11.
Machines, Minds, and Morality: Ethics in a Changing Technological World
Rosemont College's Institute for Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility will host a symposium on Friday, April 5, 2019. The symposium, titled "Machines, Minds, and Morality: Ethics in a Changing Technological World," will take place in the Rotwitt Theater and Dorothy McKenna Brown Science Building on campus from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (breakfast and registration starting at 8:30 am).