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The College of Saint Rose Announces It Will Close

On November 30, 2023, The College of Saint Rose Board of Trustees voted to cease academic instruction after the end of the 2023-2024 academic year. The College will continue to serve its undergraduate and graduate students, and offer a full Spring 2024 course schedule. Read More

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The College of Saint Rose has adopted Watermark Student Learning & Licensure as our assessment platform. Please see the information below to learn more about logging into the platform and how to submit your assignments.

Having Trouble After Hours or on Weekends?

Please contact for 24/7 support.

During normal business hours, (8:30 am-4:30 pm, Monday through Friday) please direct all questions or issues to and a team member will assist. Please use the helpdesk email, rather than calling our office by phone, for the best troubleshooting and issue resolution experience. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Students and Mentors must log in to Watermark using two different website URLs. Please use the information below that pertains to your role at CITE. 

Watermark Login Information

    • Your username is your St. Rose email address.
      • This is your whole last name, the first letter of your first name, and the last three digits of your student ID#. (Ex:
    • Your password will be your student ID# (starts with a 7). If you don’t know your ID#, please visit our ID Lookup page.
        • If this password doesn’t work, please click on the “Forgot Password” option to reset your password. Please use your St. Rose email, NOT YOUR PERSONAL EMAIL ADDRESS.

Please follow this tutorial:

St Rose login screen

  • Use your St. Rose username and password to log in using SSO.
    • Username: This is the first 7 letters of your last name and first initial. (Ex: Anthony Bourdain = Bourdaia)
      • Do not use your full strose email address to log in. 
  • Password: If you have forgotten your St. Rose password, please visit or contact for assistance.

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Training for Faculty

  • Online Course Development: Certification Course for Faculty

    Event Details

    The goal of this course is to provide faculty and adjunct instructors with the resources necessary to develop a high-quality, online course per the expectations of The College of St. Rose.

    Standards for online course development and online teaching have been designed to ensure that students at The College of Saint Rose have a consistent, high-quality experience in their online courses, access to essential information and that online materials comply with College and Government (ADA) regulations.

    Saint Rose Faculty can self-enroll in this course.