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Student Stories


Alyssa Springer

"This is the place where I’m able to develop the power to be my own person. At Rosemont, I am Alyssa, not just a number."

alyssa's story


Kenny Wiggins

“I came to Rosemont unsure about my major until I took a history course. My professor suggested I become a history teacher, so now I’m a History and Secondary Ed major. It’s powerful to have a community that helps you find your passion.”

kenny's story


Abigail Brooks

“Social issues are very important to me. I’m excited to work with Dr. Boyers since he’s interested in hearing my views. This gives me hope for our students and Rosemont’s future.”



Isabel "Bel" Acosta

“I’m from a little town in Texas. When I first arrived on campus, my view of the world was pretty small. I have gained so much and become open to new ideas and people by being part of such a diverse community.”

bel's story


Frankie DiGironimo

“I want to be a first-grade teacher. I’ve already had a great deal of hands-on learning experience.”

frankie's story


Avery Bramell

“I felt welcomed by Campus Ministry in every aspect, whether through service or religion. I’m not Catholic, but it doesn’t matter. It’s about so much more than worship.”

avery's story


Luvonda Fuller

“The Counseling Center allows students to see the same counselor all four years, which is important to me. I want to take care of my mental health just as much as my physical health.”

luvonda's story


Ricardo Vargas

“I’m from North Philly. I come from a single-parent home, and I’m the first person from my family to go to college.”

ricardo's story


Madden Levin

"My Raven Peer Leader got me involved at the start during orientation and suggested I join student government. It snowballed from there, and now I’m the president of Rosemont’s Student Government Association."

madden's story


Caleya Simmons

"In high school, I had surgery to remove an abnormal blood vessel in the part of my brain that controls speech. God gave me a voice, and being a Communications major allows me to use it."