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Transfer Students

Roha Mian and Kyah Hawkins, female students of color, playing air hockey on a spring afternoon in the Student Activities Center

Application Process and Admissions Requirements

 

  1. Application for admission (fee waived online)
  2.  Official transcripts from all colleges/universities you have attended or currently are attending.
  3.  An open topic essay of 250 words or more (optional)
  4.  Official final high school transcript if you have not received your Associates Degree at another college/university

Acceptance to Rosemont College

Once your application file is complete, an admission decision will be made promptly. If you are accepted to Rosemont, a letter of admission including transfer scholarship notification will be mailed to you. To confirm your enrollment, submit the Decision Acknowledgment Form with a $350 ($200 for commuters) deposit to the Office of Admissions.

Transfer Scholarship

Rosemont College offers merit-based scholarships that range depending on your G.P.A. from a previous college or university. You do not have to apply separately for the Rosemont College Transfer Scholarships.

Residential $4,500-$7,500
Commuter $3,500-$5,000

FAQS 

Rosemont College will accept a maximum of 66 transfer credits from a two-year institute and 90 credits from a four-year institute.

Once you have applied to Rosemont and submitted all of your official college transcripts, a preliminary analysis will be made of your previous college credits. This will be mailed with your acceptance letter. A final official confirmation of transfer credit will be completed subsequently by the Rosemont Registrar’s Office.

Transfer students may enroll at Rosemont College as student-athletes provided that they are eligible by NCAA III standards and have met the requirements for participation in the sport as determined by the Rosemont College athletics department.

Yes. Rosemont College Transfer Student Visit Days offer an opportunity to receive an immediate assessment of your transfer credits by one of our transfer counselors, to meet personally with a financial aid counselor, and to receive an “on the spot” admission decision if you bring the necessary documents.

Yes, although it is important that you apply and submit your college transcripts to the Rosemont College Office of Admissions as early in the process as possible in order to be assured of a place in on-campus student housing.

It varies depending on the student, but a key concern is that you are able to balance responsibilities as an adult and that you understand the financial aid process.

Make sure to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) so that a Rosemont College financial aid counselor can create a financial aid package for you.