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Institutional Aid and Scholarships

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Admitted students are automatically considered for merit-based institutional aid. 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. These include the Cornelian Scholarship, a full tuition award.


 Rosemont Merit Scholarship

An award from Rosemont College based on past academic achievement. You are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships when you apply; we don't require a separate application.


Presidential Award Ranges

Residential - $7,500 to $8,000

Commuter - $4,500


 Maroon & Gray Award Ranges:

Residential - $4,000 to $4,500

Commuter - $3,500


 Raven Award Ranges:

Residential - $2,500 to $3,000

Commuter - $2,500


Transfer Awards Ranges:

Residential - $4,500 to $7,500

Commuter - $3,500 to $4,500  


Rosemont Grant

A need-based award from Rosemont College based on Expected Family Contribution and educational costs.


Cornelian Scholarship

A full tuition scholarship from Rosemont College awarded annually for two outstanding students. Students must submit an additional application, and the finalists will be invited to an on-campus interview from which the recipients will be selected.


Sister Maria Stella Kelly Art Scholarship

A merit award from Rosemont College based on artistic excellence for students who plan to major in fine arts.


Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship

For Transfer students who have earned 30 semester hours at the time of application, have maintained a minimum 3.50 cumulative transfer GPA, and are current members of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society.  A limited number of awards are available and not all admitted eligible PTK members can be awarded this scholarship.


Endowed and Annual Scholarships

Rosemont College also awards Scholarships that have been generously endowed or are funded annually by generous donors. Scholarships are awarded by the Scholarship Committee according to the donors’ documented intentions.