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    Why Transfer?

    Whether you're transitioning from a community college of a four-year institution, a bachelor's degree is easily within reach at La Roche College.  We accept up to 90 transfer credits and offer scholarships up to $ 15,000.  Classes beging Jan. 14.

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    Faculty Spotlight

    "I enjoy interacting with the students on a daily basis and passing on my knowledge to them. I like to see students get excited about what they are learning, and that is my favorite part." - Rebecca Bozym, Ph.D.

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    A Higher Education at a Lower Cost

    La Roche offers more than $10 million in merit scholarships per year. See how you may qualify.

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    A Fully Online MSN Program

    Earning a master's degree in nursing at La Roche College prepares you for success in today's health care industry.  Choose between three concentrations: administration, education or clinical nurse leader. Classes begin Jan. 14.

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    Advent Reflection

    Join our founders, the Sisters of Divine Providence, in prayer with the illuminations of the St. John’s Bible this advent season. Follow along each day with a suggested reflection, writing or sharing.

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Explore Campus ...

  • La Roche College will host a reception to honor December graduates on Friday, Dec. 14. The event will be held in the Zappala College Center Square. Registration required.
  • Spend the spring semester in Rome at the cost of regular tuition. Apply now.
  • With over 30 clubs and organizations, La Roche provides the perfect opportunity for students to make new friends, experience new ideas and make memories to last a lifetime.
  • Save the date for the Friday, April 26 to attend a special evening showcasing La Roche and the Distinguished Alumni Circle Awards.
  • We offer a comprehensive academically-focused English as a Second Language (ESL) program for non-native students seeking to prepare for undergraduate or graduate school.