Clubs and Organizations
Whether you want to sing in Cornelia's Choir, run for Student Government, join the Book Club, or get your ohm on with the Yoga Club, there is a student club or organization for you at Rosemont. And, the best part? If the perfect club doesn't exist yet, you can organize it yourself.
If you're interested in joining a club, be sure to stop by the Activities Fair during Welcome Week in the Fall or e-mail email@example.com. Any student who is looking to create a new club, should contact the Director of Leadership & Enagagement and complete the New Club Proposal FormCheck out our more than 20 clubs and organizations. There is a never a dull moment at Rosemont!
Foster a fun and safe environment that engaging students in discussions on issues affecting the black community and the surrounding communities.
Book Club is a group centered around a love of literature. Through monthly meetings and movie nights the club members discusses the book for that month and the differences in film adaptations if available.
Through community fundraisers and book drives the club tries to do its part to enhance literacy in the greater Philadelphia area. All Rosemont students are welcome to attend events put on by the book club.
In conjunction with the Business Department, students are given the opportunity to network with alumni and professional connections while building necessary skills and knowledge associated to business management.
Group centered around a love of cooking and food. Through monthly meetings and events the club members discusses the theme for that month and the differences in cuisine influences.
Group centered around a love of dance and art. Through monthly meetings and events the club members provide school spirit and opportunity for students to express themselves.
Dungeons and Dragons is a tabletop, roleplay-focused club for students to create narrative storytelling together and unwind! From action-adventure stories to horror scenes with friends, the Dungeons and Dragons club brings our wildest stories to life.
Provide a sense of unity and community on campus, and to give minority students a chance to have their problems and ideas heard. F.O.R. wishes to grow safe, supportive spaces on campus for women and people of all genders, and to challenge sexism and open discussion about other issues such as race, class, religion, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, and sexuality
Group centered around a love of French culture. Through monthly meetings and events the club members discusses the theme for that month and the differences in cultural influences.
The Pre-Health Club is devoted to providing resources to students that will facilitate a successful career in healthcare. The organization strongly believes that healthcare is a universal humanitarian issue and therefore, a global concern.
The Pre-health Club is committed to heightening awareness of healthcare issues amongst its members, and the Rosemont community at large. Members help to organize blood drives, volunteer at local hospitals, and attend lectures on health issues.
Rosegrow is the Environmental Action Coalition on campus. Their activities include hosting speakers, heading sustainability projects on campus and even some environmental research work.
The Rosemont Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (RSAAC) is an organization whose main objective is to create a gateway for student-athletes of the college to take part in researching, planning, and executing ways to actively serve the surrounding community
Thorn, Rosemont College's literary and art magazine, provides a creative outlet for the literary and artistic works of Rosemont students, celebrating their artistic talents as a community.
Yoga Club seeks to provide harmony within the self and others through guided mediation and stretching. Yoga Club's mission is to promote the mental, physical, and spiritual well-being of all members on campus.