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Financial Aid

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Financial assistance, which may consist of scholarships, grants, loans, employment, or any combination of these programs, is a available at Rosemont.

Degree-seeking students and students seeking certain graduate certificates may be considered for financial aid, if they are United States citizens or eligible non-citizens and are enroleld on at least a half-time basis.

Financial Aid Eligibility

Financial aid eligibility is reviewed every year and is subject to changes in family financial conditions, federal and state regulations, and/or Rosemont College policies. To remain eligible, students must maintain satisfactory academic progress and re-apply for financial aid each year.

To be considered for any form of financial aid, you must MUST complete the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA) by the required deadline each year ( The FAFSA deadline for priority review is February 15th (January 15th for admitted students). Rosemont's federal school code is 003360.

Student Financial Aid Packages

Details on student’s individual financial aid packages can be found through the iWay, Rosemont's internal site for registered students. After we receive your FAFSA and you have been admitted to the College, you will receive a financial aid award letter in the mail indicating the types and amount of aid you qualify for, along with information on how to accept these awards.

Your award letter will also notify you of additional information needed to complete your financial aid file or to resolve any issues with your FAFSA.


Rosemont College is required to provide regular reporting on the use of funds authorized by the CARES Act. Funds received by Rosemont College under the CARES Act were authorized by Congress and signed into law by the President on March 27, 2020.  The information found on this page is intended to not only meet the reporting requirements of the CARES Act but also provide information to the College community regarding Rosemont’s use of the student grant portion of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF).