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The Power of Small

The POWER of small gives you more opportunities, more connections, and more confidence.

 

From making great impressions to maximizing your potential, you can conquer today’s biggest challenges just by thinking small. Rosemont College’s small size fosters an informal and engaging learning environment and community involvement and creates strong personal bonds. Rosemont can provide an educational experience you won't find anywhere else.

 

Unparalleled access to faculty and firsthand learning opportunities engender an enriching environment where students work side by side with educators — in the classroom, in labs, and internship settings — to create a one one-of-a-kind learning experience. At Rosemont College you can embrace the POWER of small to make big changes in your future.

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POW/MIA Chair of National Honor

Rosemont College honored all American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action soldiers on December 3rd, 2016 by dedicating a National Chair of Honor during the Rosemont's Women's and Men's double header basketball game in Alumni Hall.

RoConnections Digital Magazine Wins National Award

In early December 2016, the inaugural edition (August 2016) of RoConnections (RoCo) was awarded a Gold Award in the category of digital publications of the Annual EDU Digital Marketing Awards. These annual awards recognize the best educational websites, digital content, electronic communications, mobile media and social media from colleges and universities throughout the country.

Nuns and Students Pair Up For SisterStory Archive

Once an abounding presence in ministry, nuns had receded from the forefront. Thompson figured that the women who gave up the chance at marriage and motherhood did little but go to church, pray, and "eat in between."

Dr. Stanley S. Clawar, has been asked to address the Nevada Family Law Bar Association.

Dr. Stanley S. Clawar, our Chair of Undergraduate Clinical Sociology, Forensic Sociology/Criminology & Deaf Studies Programs as well as Director of the Graduate Programs in Forensic / Criminology has been asked to address the Nevada Family Law Bar Association in March of 2017. His topic will be Pathogenic Parenting and Reunification: A 2-Part Puzzle with Solutions, He has also been asked in March to address the Supreme Court Judges of Nevada on The Experts Opine: Valid, Invalid, and Dangerous Input to the Courts. In August 2017 he has been asked to...

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