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Can You See Yourself Here?
Rosemont College’s close-knit campus community empowers each student to develop their
voice and use it to share their unique experiences and perspective. In doing so, we
find that each of us has something amazing to share—and something we can learn.
There is so much we could say about how Rosemont helps students grow intellectually,
personally, and professionally. But our students say it best, so check out their stories,
in their own words, below.
Are any of these students on a path that you can see yourself pursuing? Learn more
about how a Rosemont education can transform your life by contacting our Admissions
team. Text or call 610-595-5926, or email email@example.com.
Majors: Political Science
“With my softball team, this transition from Missouri to Pennsylvania has been smooth
and fun. I found a support system that loves me for me and tries to understand me.”
"Before college, I felt like I knew everything and that nothing would surprise me.
At the same time, I was aware that there was so much left to learn. When I came to
Rosemont, I was surprised about everything the adult world had to offer."
Majors: History & Secondary Education
“I came to Rosemont unsure about my major until I took a history course. My professor
suggested I become a history teacher, so now I’m a History and Secondary Ed major.
It’s powerful to have a community that helps you find your passion.”
"My favorite thing about Rosemont so far is the small classes, and the ability to
personalize my schedule (though I am tempted to say that the gorgeous campus is my
favorite part as well)!
Majors: Studio Art & Design
“Rosemont has taught me academically to relax and focus, as well as broaden my horizons.
Personally, it has taught me to be who I am and not to hide away.”
“When I first came here, I questioned everything I did. But I met amazing people,
both students and faculty and staff, who always made sure that I mattered. It's something
I always knew, but it didn't really click until I got here. I've gained the POWER
Majors: International Business and Accounting
“Social issues are very important to me. I’m excited to work with the president since
he’s interested in hearing my views. This gives me hope for our students and Rosemont’s
Isabel "Bel" Acosta
Majors: English and Communications
“I’m from a little town in Texas. When I first arrived on campus, my view of the world
was pretty small. I have gained so much and become open to new ideas and people by
being part of such a diverse community.”
Majors: Elementary Education
“I want to be a first-grade teacher. I’ve already had a great deal of hands-on learning
Majors: Elementary Education
“I felt welcomed by Campus Ministry in every aspect, whether through service or religion.
I’m not Catholic, but it doesn’t matter. It’s about so much more than worship.”
Major: Political Science
"To me, the POWER of small means that I'm part of a community of lifelong learners
who accept me for who I am. At Rosemont, I can walk into a room and everybody knows
my name. As president of Black Student Union, I can use that power to elevate our
"I have developed close relationships with my fellow Biology classmates and professors,
and I know that I can count on them to help me through my time at Rosemont and keep
me focused on my goal of becoming a physician."
“The Counseling Center allows students to see the same counselor all four years, which
is important to me. I want to take care of my mental health just as much as my physical
Majors: International Business
“I’m from North Philly. I come from a single-parent home, and I’m the first person
from my family to go to college.”
"My Raven Peer Leader got me involved at the start during orientation and suggested
I join student government. It snowballed from there, and now I’m the president of
Rosemont’s Student Government Association."
Majors: New Media Communication
"In high school, I had surgery to remove an abnormal blood vessel in the part of my
brain that controls speech. God gave me a voice, and being a Communications major
allows me to use it."
Majors: Sport Management
“I find I have so many opportunities here at Rosemont that I did not expect. There
is power in having a community that believes in you.”
Major: English & Communication
“Going into publishing is my ultimate career goal, and it was surprisingly difficult
to find local schools that offer an entire publishing program like Rosemont does.”
Major: Psychology and Criminology
"I served as Vice President of my class, a softball player, and a soccer player my
first year at Rosemont. Now I focus full-time on using my position to promote small,
Catholic colleges like Rosemont and inspire youth."
Major: Sports Governance and Political Science
"I have always been involved in sports. I know that when my time being a student athlete
ends, I could not walk away from the atmosphere that raised me to be the person I
am today. Sports change lives, and the impact goes beyond just the field."
“I’m happy to be here because people know me. It’s great that I can build those relationships
despite being a really shy person. Being at Rosemont brought me out of my shell.”
Major: Studio Art & Design
"When I began my first year here, being on the lacrosse team made it easy to make
friends. I felt like I fit right in."
“I’ll be an Associate Product Marketing Manager intern at Google this summer. My duties
will include defining and executing go-to-market strategies and organizational coordination
for new feature launches.”
Majors: Elementary Education
"This is the place where I’m able to develop the power to be my own person. At Rosemont,
I am Alyssa, not just a number."