Theatre To Present “Eleemosynary”

Rochester College’s theatre department will present "Eleemosynary," written by Lee Blessing and directed by Dr. David Keller, professor of interdisciplinary studies. The play follows the story of Echo, a 16-year-old prodigy raised by a partially paralyzed and eccentric grandmother, as she...

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Students Chosen To Present Research At Psychology Conference

Eight RC psychology students will be presenting their research at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting in May. The students each chose a subject to study for their capstone course in psychology, under the direction of Read More »


Alumnus Pledges $1 Million for Gym


Spring Semester 2015 Calendar


  • January 10 – Classes Begin for Traditional, Accelerated & Online Programs
  • January 11 – Residence Halls Open
  • January 12 – New Student Orientation
  • January 19 – Martin Luther King Day (no classes)
  • January 23 – Late Registration Deadline/Census Date for Traditional Program
  • February 1 – Graduation Application Deadline
  • February...

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Give Thanks

#GivingTuesday Raises Funds for Student Scholarships


Concert Band to Perform Tuesday, Dec. 2

Rochester College’s Music Department will present a concert featuring the Rochester College Concert Band, at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 2. The 70-member Rochester College Concert Band includes undergraduates and faculty, students from other area colleges, advanced high school musicians and...

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Download New “Saints” Album From iTunes


Basketball Hosts Classic To Support ALS Research

Warriors Golf 2nd Place USCAA

Men’s Golf Finish Second At Nationals


Alumni Honored for Philanthropy and Service

Rochester College honored alumni Todd and Connie Graham with the J. Robert and Mary Utley Philanthropy Award during the President’s Circle of Honor on Saturday, Oct. 4. Both Grahams graduated from Rochester College (then Michigan Christian College) in 1970. Connie Graham, a retired...

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