Rosemont helps both students and alumni succeed by offering the best academic preparation including real-world experiential learning. The Office of Post-Graduate Success, a group of dedicated experts, provides the resources and guidance students and alumni need to reach their professional goals.
Rosemont College's core curriculum requires all undergraduate students to participate in an experiential learning program. All Rosemont undergraduate students are required to complete at least one of the four experiential components as a requirement for graduation.
Students experience day-to-day activities of a career, develop networking opportunities, and establish industry contacts.
Incorporates classroom content with service projects to fulfill a community's needs. This experience enhances both the community and the student's awareness of their impact.
An inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline. Students perform a thorough analysis expanding their knowledge outside the classroom.
Offers students the unique opportunity to travel, live, and immerse themselves in another culture. This immersion changes students' perspectives and broadens their outlook of the world.