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Rosemont College names Chairman of Fred's Footsteps Sylvia DiBona as 2018 Commencement Speaker

Rosemont College is pleased to announce that Sylvia DiBona will serve as this year's Commencement speaker and will be granted an honorary doctoral degree by the College's Board of Trustees.Sylvia DiBona has been chairman of the board of Fred's Footsteps, a public charity founded in the memory of her late husband, G. Fred DiBona, Jr, since 2005.

Rosemont hosts 53rd annual Seder Supper

Rosemont College celebrated its 53rd annual Seder Supper in Honor of Ethel Levenson on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. The event took place in Main Building on campus and was well-attended by students, staff, faculty, and alumni.

Rosemont College receives 'It's On Us PA' grant from Gov. Tom Wolf to combat sexual assault

Rosemont College has been awarded a $21,735 grant as part of Governor Tom Wolf's commitment to combating sexual assault on Pennsylvania college and university campuses through the Department of Education's "It's On Us" grant program. The College will use the grant to expand educational efforts around sexual misconduct and sexual violence on campus and at 15 local high schools.

Rosemont College Appoints Dr. Lisa Dolling to Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs

Rosemont College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Lisa M. Dolling as Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. Dolling joined the Rosemont community in late September and oversees all aspects of the student experience inside and outside of the classroom. Dolling will also provide guidance, support, and strategic direction to the Deans of the Undergraduate College, the Dean of the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies, Rosemont's faculty members, and the staff members of the Office of Student Life, the Student Academic Support Center, and the Office of the Registrar. "I am thrilled to be here at

Rosemont Students Celebrate Eagles Super Bowl Victory at Party and Parade

More than a hundred students, faculty, and staff members poured into an event at Cardinal Hall on Sunday, February 4 to watch the Philadelphia Eagles take on the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. The event, which was hosted by Leadership and Engagement, featured an extensive dinner menu prepared by the Cardinal Hall dinning staff. The menu included a wing bar, six-foot hoagies, and themed cake, among other things. Throughout the event, several prizes were given away to students.