Accepted Students

Next Steps

what to expect in the coming months

  • Review the acceptance packet mailed to you by the Office of Admissions.
  • Visit Rosemont if you have not already. This is a great opportunity to meet Rosemont faculty and staff, take a campus tour, and speak with current students.
  • File the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) after January 1st. The FAFSA is required if you are to receive any form of financial aid while attending Rosemont College.  By listing Rosemont College's code 003360 on the FAFSA your information will be sent electronically to our Office of Financial Aid. You will accept your financial aid through the Rosemont iNet student financial aid portal.
  • Send in your Decision Acknowlegment Form and pay the $350 enrollment deposit ($200 for commuters.) This deposit is refundable until May 1st; any deposits made after May 1st are non-refundable. This deposit if made by check or money order should be sent to:
    Rosemont College
    Undergraduate Admissions
    1400 Montgomery Avenue
    Rosemont, Pa 19010
  • If you would like to pay your deposit online, you will do so through the Rosemont Cashnet system.

Once you have paid your enrollment deposit

  • You will be assigned a date for CARES (College Advising and Registration for Entering Students. At the CARES Day session, you will complete any required academic advising assessments and create your class schedule with the assistance of an academic advisor.  You and your parent(s) will also learn about the academic support services available to you.  Should you be unable to attend the specific assigned C.A.R.E.S. Day, please contact the Student Academic Support Center at (610) 527 0200 ext. 2372 to reschedule.
  • You will be sent important information from key College departments including Residence Life, Student Life, and the Academic Support Center. Please complete all forms as quickly as possible, and return them to the appropriate department.
  • The Office of Residence Life will send you a questionnaire to determine roommate compatibility if you plan to live on-campus. The Residence Life Office does its best to honor roommate requests that are made before July 1st. Residence halls and roommate will be assigned in late July.
  • Finally, Rosemont New Student Orientation will take place prior to the beginning of classes in late August. Welcome to the Rosemont Community!

More Information

Office of Admissions 
1.888.2ROSEMONT or 610.527.0200
admissions@rosemont.edu
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We are confident that a Rosemont education will build on your previous success to prepare you for a lifetime filled with even greater achievement.