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Rosemont Online Orientation takes place in Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria

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Sisters from Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria are participating in a one month orientation for the online-onsite hybrid B.B.A. program offered by Rosemont College in partnership with Veritas University in Nigeria and Catholic University of Cameroon, Bamenda.

Catherine provides instruction to HESA Sisters enrolled online at Rosemont College

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The sisters are the first cohort to participate in the partnership degree program with Rosemont College, one of ASEC’s 8 founding member institutions. They will begin classes online at Rosemont College in January 2017.

HESA students entering Rosemont College online prose for a photo with Catherine

HESA students entering Rosemont College online pose for a photo with Catherine

Orientation for 16 sisters was held in Elmina, Ghana from October 24 to November 18, 2016. Catherine Coleman-Dickson, MBA is the Director of Business, Leadership, Healthcare Administration Programs, and SGPS Global Studies at Rosemont College in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies (SGPS). Catherine has been in Ghana since the last week of October providing instruction to HESA students entering Rosemont College.

HESA sisters pose for a photo with ASEC West Africa Director, Sr. Clementina, Center.

HESA sisters pose for a photo with ASEC West Africa Director, Sr. Clementina, Center.

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