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The Power of Small

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 provides an 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-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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Medical student return to their Rosemont roots

"Starting medical school is like trying to drink water from a fire hydrant. All the info is just coming at you." That's what Katerina Grynyshin '16, and current PCOM 4th year medical student, told science majors while visiting Campus recently. Grynyshin, along with fellow class of 2016 members, turned medical students, Krista Vadaketh, Heemail Kamdar and Brittney Shupp, shared how their Rosemont experiences, inside and outside the classroom, led to their successes in medical school.

Introducing The Sharon Latchaw Hirsh Community Center

the November 16th Grand Opening and Dedication of the magnificent newest building on campus. The Community Center, which is more than 73,000 square feet in size and extends from the current Cardinal Hall, will provide the campus with informal gathering spaces, and areas for large and formal events. A generous anonymous donor chose to grant their earned naming rights to President Hirsh, resulting in the Center's designation as the "Sharon Latchaw Hirsh Community Center."

Rosemont alumnae picked by Hilary Clinton for Time Magazines 100 Next

Rosemont alumnae, Jessica Morales Rocketto, was picked by Hilary Clinton for the Time Magazines TIME 100 Next, a new list and part of the TIME 100 list. The List spotlights 100 rising stars who are shaping the future of business, entertainment, sports, politics, science, health and more. TIME 100 Next profiles are written by more established influencers, including TIME 100 alumni.

Prof. Romanowski named as expert contributor on WalletHub

Kenneth Romanowski CFP®, CTFA, MBA, adjunct member of the Business Administration faculty in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies and Undergraduate College, Rosemont College, has been named to a panel of experts for WalletHub.

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