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Stay at Home - Earn a Graduate Degree

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As a member of the Undergraduate College Class of 2020, we know you’ve found a home at Rosemont College. It has become a place you love and miss, now that the coronavirus pandemic has changed your Spring semester.

The fact is the pandemic has also changed the nation and the world. It has altered the job market, impacted the plans of many families, and changed the way many people are viewing their careers. And those changes may last for some time.

As you evaluate your own plans for the coming months, we invite you to consider staying at Rosemont to pursue a graduate degree. Entrance exams are not required, financial aid and graduate assistantships are available, and housing for graduate students can be found on campus.

Stay at Home. Stay at Rosemont. You will be glad you did.

To explore staying at Rosemont for your graduate degree, follow the simple steps below.


Six Easy Steps to Secure your Seat in your Masters degree Program this Fall at Rosemont

1. Talk with your family about spending this coming year as a graduate student. Classes could begin as early as this summer!

2. Check out the Graduate Degree Programs at Rosemont. For more details about each program, speak with a Graduate Admissions Counselor by emailing them at admissions@rosemont.edu.

3. Talk with your advisor about which program is best for you. Your advisor will be able to help you to prioritize your career goals and determine the program that will help you achieve them.

4. Fill out our Free Online Application. Full details about admission requirements can be found on each Graduate Program webpage or from our Graduate Admissions Counselors at admissions@rosemont.edu.

5. Talk with Student Accounts and Financial Aid about the cost of attendance, including your Alumni Discount. You will need to complete your FAFSA for graduate school at www.fafsa.gov

6. Prepare to start your Rosemont Graduate School journey!