Rochester College celebrated its 50th Anniversary during the 2008-2009 academic year. Such notable figures as Holocaust-survivor Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize-winner Dr. Anthony Leggett, best-selling author Max Lucado, and radio-TV personality Dave Ramsey were featured speakers for on-campus events. Now that you have chosen to visit our web site, I hope you will stay long enough to learn something about us—and to consider making us part of your future.
Rochester College exists to engage students in a vigorous educational program that combines liberal arts and professional studies within a Christian community that will promote a life of study and service. The school pursues this mission by the intentional nurturing of high standards of scholarship, character, and civic responsibility.
If you are a beginning college student, our on-campus program for you is built around an Integrated Learning Model that guarantees a well-rounded, inter-disciplinary undergraduate experience. If you started college several years ago and entered the labor force, our Center for Extended Learning (CEL) will allow you to complete your college degree without giving up your career.
Rochester College is values-based and values-driven as a center for higher education. With a diverse student body and dedicated faculty, we are pursuing excellence in business and healthcare, teaching and psychology, athletics and the arts—as well as Christian ministry.
I hope to meet you personally and welcome you to our campus. Until then, use this site as a source of information about Rochester College. If what you are searching for isn’t here, please e-mail me personally at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 248-218-2011. I will see to it that the right person from our community addresses your question. You will also hear back from me personally.
Professor of Philosophy & Religion
President of Rochester College