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Mentoring and Advising

Academic advising at Rosemont.

The Student Academic Success Center offers advising and mentoring through the following services.Schedule an Appointment/Academic Coaching


Academic Coaching

For students wanting support with time management, textbook reading or project planning, academic coaching is available.

Individual Student Meetings

All students are welcome to meet individually with an SASC team member to discuss any needs or concerns.

Advising Assistance

During the year students are welcome to stop by to discuss graduation requirements, academic polices, and support in other student responsibilities.

First-Year Course Scheduling

SASC schedules all incoming students based on final high school transcripts, placement assessments and major interests. Classes will include First Year Seminar, general education requirements, and intro classes to majors of interests.

Events and Workshops

During each semester SASC hosts several academic-focused events including pre-registration meetings, college success and study skill workshops, and Midnight Madness. In addition, SASC hosts a monthly bagel bar and other stress relief activities.

Degree Audits

To aid in your journey toward the required minimum of 120 credits for graduation, SASC works closely with major advisors to audit your academic progress.

Collaborations with Faculty

In support of your academic growth, SASC regularly communicates with professors through our early alert system, and frequent emails and cross department meetings.