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The Canavan Legacy Society recognizes a special group of people who have included Daemen College in their estate plans through their will, trust, life insurance policy, retirement plan, or other planned gift. Members want to ensure the continued strength and integrity of the College mission of education and service for future generations.

Anyone, regardless of [...]

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Memories of Rosary Hill abounded as members of the Class of 1962 celebrated their 50th anniversary on the Daemen campus Friday, September 7 and Saturday, September 8, 2012.

Friday’s activities included a welcome reception for the classmates in historic Rosary Hall, which served as the site of the entire College when [...]

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A Message to Our Alumni

On December 7, 2012 By

A robust liberal arts program is one of the key principles upon which Rosary Hill and Daemen College were founded. The College enhanced this commitment in October, by unveiling the new Haberman Gacioch Center for Visual & Performing Arts. This long-awaited event was highlighted by the largest naming gift in Daemen’s history, from Nancy Haberman [...]

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On September 29, 30, and October 1, 2011, 29 members of the Rosary Hill College Class of 1961 reunited from around the country to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of their graduation. Friday’s activities included an intimate welcome reception in historic Rosary Hall where classmates could casually reconnect and reminisce. Saturday included a campus [...]

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Class of 1961

On May 1, 2012 By

The Rosary Hill College Class of 1961’s reunion proved to have a theme: generosity.

On September 29th and October 1, 2011 Twenty-nine (29) members of the Rosary Hill College Class of 1961 reunited from around the country to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of their graduation. Friday’s activities included an intimate welcome reception in historic [...]

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People often ask, “How did the College go from Rosary Hill to Daemen?”

That path, while sometimes seeming mysterious, is really anything but. In fact, it came about in a very straightforward fashion.

The college began in the minds of Sisters Gonzaga Miller and Antoinette Reinhart of the Sisters of St. Francis during the [...]

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