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Student Services

Student Services is here to help you succeed and make the most of your Rosemont experience. We offer a full range of services and resources to support you from your first registration through graduation.

Any question that your Program Director or Faculty member can’t answer, we can.

If you are enrolled in a graduate degree or certificate program, here is your Handbook.

Use control + F to search the handbook by keywords, such as “payment plan,” “drop and add,” “Commencement,” or any question you have. 

The login for your Rosemont email will be sent to the email address you provided when you applied to Rosemont.

The iWay is the student information portal, where you can: view course schedules, register for classes, check your grades, and find out where and when your classes meet.

Email passwords are confidential, and can only be retrieved by emailing the help desk at .

A course drop must be done within the first week of classes.You may drop a course by logging in the iWay and clicking on the Student Services tab, then "Registration". If you have difficulty, contact Student Services.
A drop completely removes the course from your transcript, and no bill is generated. A drop must be completed in the first week of classes. After the first week, the option is to withdraw from the class. A "W" will appear on your transcript, and there will be full financial responsibility. Withdrawal forms are found on the iWay on the Student Services tab, under "Handouts". Forms must be faxed to Student Services before the end of the session.
Your first registration will be processed manually by Student Services. When you have been advised of the right class(es)to start, email your Student Services advisor with the course codes to be registered for.
Your program director and assigned advisor in Student Services is your advisor.
  • July 1 - deadline for Fall assistantships
  • December 1 - deadline for Spring assistantships
  • Candidates must be fully accepted into a Master's degree program
    • Candidates pursuing certification only, or who are provisionally accepted, are not eligible 
    • An application must be completed
    • An interview is required of all potential candidates
  • Awards are based upon promise and/or achievement in the student's program of study as well as the expertise and availability to fulfill the work requirements
  • Award recipients are reviewed annually
    • Awards may be renewed for a maximum of two years
    • Dependent upon satisfactory work performance and demonstrated scholarship within program
  • Graduate assistants receive one course tuition waiver per semester and fulfill a work requirement of 10 hours per week during each semester of the award
    • Work assignments are based upon program need
    • Award recipients maintain and submit a weekly log detailing hours worked and projects completed

Traditional graduate programs:
Graduate students are required to take a minimum of 18 credits per academic year: nine credits in each of the fall and spring semesters.

Students are not required to register for classes during summer sessions.

Accelerated seven-week graduate programs:
Graduate students are required to take a minimum of 18 credits per academic year: nine credits in each of the fall and spring semesters.  

Sessions A and B constitute the fall semester.
Sessions C and D constitute the spring semester.
Sessions E and F constitute the summer sessions. 

  1. Students completing a total of nine credits in sessions A and B and nine credits in sessions C and D consecutively, are  not required in to register for sessions E and F.
  2. Students beginning their course of study in session B are required to take one course in Session B in the first academic year of study and nine credits in the spring semester. Thereafter, students must complete nine credits in each of the fall and spring semesters.
  3. Students beginning their course of study in session D are required to take one course in session D, one in E, and one in F in the first academic year of study. Thereafter, students must complete nine credits in each of the fall and spring semesters.
  4. Students beginning their course of study in session E are required to take one course in each session E and F the first year of study. Thereafter, students must complete nine credits in each of the fall and spring semesters. 
  5. Students beginning their course of study in session F are required to take one course in session F the first year of study. Thereafter, students must complete nine credits in each of the fall and spring semesters. 

Accelerated Eight-week accelerated (cohort) graduate programs
Graduate students in eight-week accelerated programs must take a minimum of 18 credits per academic year:  nine credits in each of the fall and spring semesters.  All students must begin their program of study in the fall.

 Sessions A and B constitute the fall semester.

 Sessions C and D constitute the spring semester.

Because this is a cohort program, students also take courses in Sessions E and F in the summer.

Exceptions to this policy for a reduced course load must be approved by the DSO prior to registration for a session.

 

Welcome Student Service Members!

We are proud to have you at Rosemont, and greatly appreciate your time in service to our country. You have many choices after and during your military service, and we are pleased that you have chosen to make Rosemont College a part of your life. We know that balancing college life with your many military, career, family and personal responsibilities, can be extremely challenging. Student Services and your program director, would like to assist you to achieve your personal goals and to get the most out of your college education.

Rosemont plans to help you to succeed by providing support, resources and information that meet your unique needs as a veteran and a student. Our student service webpage provides information on getting started at Rosemont, academic policies and on and off-campus resources.