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Undergraduate Re-Admission to Rosemont

Returning Students

Any traditional undergraduate returning student who had withdrawn from the college or has been on a leave of absence longer then 365 days must apply for re-enrollment.  To request re-enrollment

  1. Students must complete the re-enrollment form; and
  2. Send official transcripts from all institutions attended since leaving Rosemont (even if you are not requesting transfer credit).

Mail transcripts to:
Rosemont College
Office of the Registrar, Attn: Re-Enrollment
1400 Montgomery Ave
Rosemont, PA 19010


After materials are received and reviewed, the Undergraduate Dean will make a decision after reviewing the student’s file.  If a student has any outstanding balances, they must be paid in full prior to being re-admitted. The student will be informed by letter and email (a valid email address is required) on the decision.  Allow up to 3 weeks from the time all materials are received to receive a decision.

 

Appeal to the Academic Standards Committee

Any student applying for re-admission that was dismissed by Academic Standards,  must appeal to Academic Standards Committee, which meets in mid-May and mid- December. 

To appeal:

  1. Include a letter requesting readmission, why a second chance is warranted and what has been done since the student was last in attendance at Rosemont.
  2. Send official transcripts from all institutions attended since leaving Rosemont (even if you are not requesting transfer credit).
  3. Student must work with SASC (Student Academic Support Center) to complete an Academic Action Plan, which must be submitted with the Appeal Letter to the Undergraduate Academic Dean’s office for Academic Standards Committee review.  

Once all documentation has been received in the Academic Dean’s Office, the Committee will deliberate on behalf of student’s intention to return and provide a decision in writing in a timely manner.  Please note that the Committee will not make any considerations without all documentation.  This includes all official transcripts.   If a student has any outstanding balances, they must be paid in full prior to being re-admitted. The student will be informed by letter and email (a valid email address is required) on the decision.