UnCovered Theatre Company will present Jerry Finnegan's Sister by Jack Neary on the campus of Rochester College August 26-27 and Sept 2-4 and 8-10. The highly acclaimed comedy is at once entertaining, very funny, and, ultimately, touching.
Dr. Joe Bentley, director of the Rochester College A Cappella Chorus, has announced the formation of an alumni chorus. Anyone who sang in the A Cappella Chorus, Concert Chorale, or Chamber Chorale while enrolled at the college is welcome to join.
This year at Streaming, we gather to discuss how worship and the formation of missional communities are connected, and we’ve brought the best to help us think about it, including James Smith, Jamie Clark-Soles and Randy Harris. Join us for this important conversation.
The Rochester College Alumni Association will welcome the new student body with the Ice Cream Olympics. Come enjoy delicious ice cream from Sanders Ice Cream, a canopy of lights under the stars, great music, a Kid Zone for children, and a great time with alumni, students, and college employees.
The Rochester College Board of Trustees, in collaboration with President John Tyson, announces Tyson’s term as president of the College will conclude upon the end of his contract, July 31, 2016.
Laura Corp, Natalie Redmond and Troy Wilkinson were selected among hundreds of applicants to advance to the voting round for the Challenge Detroit Fellows program.
Rochester College’s music department will present a concert featuring the Rochester College Concert Band on Tuesday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. The concert is part of a week-long Academic Symposium presented by the college at the end of every school year.
Directed by Dr. Catherine Parker, RC's production of "A Tale of Two Cities: The Musical" will be presented Thursday through Saturday, April 7-9 and April 14-16, at 7:30 p.m. and on Sundays, April 10 and 17, at 2 p.m. in the RC Theatre.