- Host your next meeting, conference, camp, or special event at Rosemont College, situated on 56 acres in the historic residential neighborhood of Rosemont, Pennsylvania, 11 miles west of Philadelphia on the suburban Main Line.
Rosemont offers accommodations for guests with a variety of conference rooms, recreational facilities, classrooms, and residence halls to meet your day and overnight needs. For private events Rosemont’s beautiful and historic Main Building offers an intimate setting for a memorable celebration. Our partnership with Parkhurst Dining Services offers quality food service and special catering services. To ensure your next event is a success contact us today.
Rosemont College also hosts many camps throughout the summer. Click Here to see a full list.
The Main Campus
Rotwitt Theater of the McShain Performing Arts Center
The recently remodeled Rotwitt Theater is a warm and inviting location for any conference, dance, musical or theatrical performance. The theater style seating accommodates 351 seats plus additional handicapped seating. Complete with state of the art light and sound boards, monitors and microphones, this theater is flexible for many types of occasions. Rental includes use of the lobby and greenroom.
The Lawrence Auditorium, located in Lawrence Hall, is a cozier auditorium for smaller conferences, more basic performances and seminars. With great acoustics, there isn’t a bad seat in the 250 seat theater.
Rosemont’s state of the art turf field is the first full gray synthetic turf field in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) and the only known gray field in the United States. Lights are available for nighttime use for an additional fee. Rosemont is also home to a Softball field, Tennis Courts, and a Gym.
- The only grey turf field in the country
- Regulation Soccer and Lacrosse field
Rosemont College Downtown offers a unique classroom experience. On the 16th floor looking above the City of Philadelphia provides views and rooms with more personality. Easily accessible from the Broad Street Line and other forms of SEPTA transportation this location is worth the visit.