Below are some of the most common questions our Office of Financial Aid is asked. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
For first-time and transfer students in the Undergraduate College, nearly 100% of the students will receive one or more forms of financial aid.
For students in the Undergraduate College, the FAFSA is the only application required.
However, additional forms must be completed for students who wish to borrow a Federal
Direct Subsidized/Subsidized Loan or participate in the Federal Work Study program.
Additional paperwork is also required for parents who wish to borrow the Direct PLUS
Loan. If your FAFSA is selected for verification, then you will also need to submit
a Verification Worksheet and Federal tax transcripts for parents and student if applicable.
For students in the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies, a supplemental financial aid application is also required.
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This form is used to determine the amount of money a family is expected to contribute toward the cost of attending a college or university. The results of the FAFSA are used in determining student grants, work study, and loan amounts.
The financial aid award letter spells out the details of your financial aid package. A financial aid package is a collection of different types of financial aid from multiple sources. The award letter is created by a Rosemont College financial aid counselor after you have been admitted to the college and submitted your FAFSA.
Yes. Although walk-in appointments are available, you can schedule an appointment online at www.Rcfinancialaid.appointy.com to minimize wait times.
Once per year. The FAFSA is available each year on October 1st to determine eligibility for the following academic year. For example, the FAFSA for the 2018-2019 academic year will be available on October 1, 2017.