Rosemont College is located just 11 miles from Center City Philadelphia. Rosemont’s “Main Line” location is walking distance to rail transport that connects to the entire metropolitan area. The College’s suburban setting offers a secure environment that allows our community of learners to grow as individuals while discovering their hidden talents.
Rosemont is a moderately selective college. As such, it is important that we are confident that you have the academic skills to achieve success in the classroom at Rosemont. Your GPA (grade point average), the quality of the curriculum you studied in high school, standardized test scores (SAT or ACT), admissions essay (optional) and letter of recommendation (optional) will be reviewed during the admissions process.
Rosemont College participates at the NCAA Division III level. The Ravens athletic teams are members of the Colonial States Athletic Conference. Our athletics program is growing rapidly. We currently have 13 athletic teams at Rosemont.
There is plenty to do at Rosemont and in our surrounding areas!
Participate in one of our clubs: Rose Grows (environmental club), Yoga Club, Jest and Gesture (theater club), and Thorn (literary club) are just a few examples. Also, Rosemont encourages students who share similar interests to start their own clubs.
Just hang around campus and there’s plenty going on: Family Weekend, Spring Formal, Penny Toss, and a seemingly unlimited amount of Ravens athletic events to attend
Rosemont sponsors off-campus events as well, such as bus trips to Manhattan or visit one of Philadelphia's famous museums or take in a professional sports game like the Phillies.
Philadelphia and its surrounding area offers a variety of events to suit your tastes. Whether it’s going to Spruce Street Harbor Park, taking in the lights at the Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival, attending a play in one of Philly’s opulent theaters, visiting historic sites such as Independence Hall or Valley Forge, or dining out on Penn’s Landing, you’ll get the true Philadelphia experience.
Yes! Rosemont College encourages all of its students to expand their learning horizons.
Rosemont College partners with The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University, American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS), Academic Programs International (API), and Travel and Education (T&E) for semester abroad programs. We offer several short-term study abroad opportunities in the summer to Italy, Spain, Ireland, and Ecuador. Some of our classes even include study abroad components involving ten-day trips during the fall and spring breaks.
January 1: All required documents for application must be received for consideration of Honor’s admission.
February 1: Recommended file completion deadline for all applicants. However, Rosemont is a rolling admission college and accepts applications anytime up until a few weeks prior to semester start dates.
Rosemont College offers merit based scholarships for our undergraduate students. The
amount of scholarship awarded varies based on SAT/ACT scores and high school GPA (grade
There are also Rosemont grants available for students who demonstrate sufficient financial need through the FAFSA process.