Roseworthy Old Collegians Association Inc
Welcome to the Roseworthy Old Collegians Association
The Roseworthy Old Collegians’ Association (ROCA) was created in 1898 and now has over 2,000 members.
Membership is free to anyone who has lived on the campus, studied there or been a staff member for at least one academic year. The motto of ROCA is “Celebrating the past & promoting the future of the Roseworthy campus”. By joining ROCA you tap into a huge network of past students and staff. You also help protect Roseworthy’s traditions and its influence in agricultural education.
Meet the President of ROCA, Fiona Hill
Fiona grew up on Yorke Peninsula, attending Maitland Area School in her formative years, and then choosing to study Bachelor of Applied Science (Agriculture) at Roseworthy Campus. Inspiration for further study in Agriculture came from growing up on her family farm on Central Yorke Peninsula, and an enthusiastic Agriculture teacher, John Agnew, in senior high school. Studying at Roseworthy was a simple decision for Fiona, following in her brother Simon’s footsteps, and the allure of studying in a regional area rather than the city.
Read more about Fiona here.