Financial Aid and Tuition
Learn more about how the POWER of a private Rosemont College education can be yours for the price of a public university.
The POWER of a Promise
98% of Rosemont students receive financial aid or merit scholarships.
Let us help you navigate the terrain of the financial aid world. With merit and talent based scholarships, as well as generous financial aid packages, Rosemont is committed to making a private college education at a public education price a realistic prospect for families. Eligible students at Rosemont receive many forms of assistance, ranging from scholarships, loans, student employment, employer tuition remission, and veteran's benefits.
Our Tuition Promise
In response to the national trend of skyrocketing tuition prices, Rosemont College reduced its tuition costs by 43% in 2015. This initiative, which we’ve termed Our Tuition Promise, hopes to accomplish two goals:
- Present Rosemont as an affordable and accessible private-college option for all families.
- Make college financing more clear and straightforward for families.
As tuition rises, most schools have responded by increasing the amount of financial aid they offer to students, and the vast majority of college students wind up paying less than the published tuition price.
Staying True to Rosemont
While this is a bold move for Rosemont, the quality of the education, faculty and campus experience we all love will not change. Rosemont will remain home to attentive, highly-credentialed faculty and continue to offer all of the athletics and campus life opportunities that make Rosemont so special.
Rosemont will continue to have a 10:1 student to faculty ratio. Financial aid will still be available for students who qualify, at a rate proportional to our lowered tuition.
Rosemont offers merit-based scholarships ranging from $3,000-$8,000 per year for up to four years. There is no separate application required to be considered for scholarships.
In our effort to make Rosemont accessible to all students, we are proud to offer financial aid to all qualifying students. Completing your FAFSA early will expedite the processing of your financial aid.
The cost of attendance is an estimate of what it will cost to attend Rosemont for an academic year. It includes tuition, room and board, fees, and other associated costs.
The Net Price Calculator provides an early indication of how much and what types of financial aid you might qualify for. Enter your information to find out what types of financial aid you may qualify for.