For answers to some of the most commonly-asked questions that students have about Rosemont's online degree programs. In addition, you may reach out to an admissions counselor at anytime for more assistance. For more information about the online bachelor's or master's degree you are interested in, read the specific program page for that degree.
Q: How do I prepare for online courses?
A: We offer a student training presentation (available upon request) that provides instructions on how to take an online course.
Q: How do I access my online course?
A: Enrolled students receive a login ID and password that allows them to access their online class, view course information and retrieve academic records.
Q: Will I have face-to-face meetings with my instructor?
A: Students can schedule a meeting on campus with the Program Director who administers advising and mentoring for the program. Instructor communications can be accomplished via live classroom, email, or when appropriate by telephone.
Q: Will I have access to library resources?
A: All students and faculty member can access library resources and services.
Q: Who will help me if I can't access my online course?
A: Rosemont College provides all students with a 24/7/365 help center. The college provides contact information upon enrollment. The Student Academic Success Center also provides support to online students in a number of areas. Students have the option to meet in person, on the phone, or via email.