Rosemont Undergraduate Admissions
Experience the POWER of small for yourself. The Rosemont College undergraduate admissions process is designed to create opportunities for any student who shows the potential for success. Schedule a visit, explore our undergraduate majors, learn about applying without your SAT/ACT scores, our Accelerated Adult Undergraduate degrees, and more below. Make sure you send your official transcripts and official SAT/ACT scores to the admissions office.
Explore Rosemont's beautiful campus on the Philadelphia Main. We're open Monday through Friday and select Saturdays to prospective students.
Standards. Not Standardized. Submitting your ACT/SAT scores can be optional. Instead, meet us for an interview.
Review the basic requirements for Rosemont undergraduate admissions, including the ROCO Option.
In 2016 we took the bold step of reducing tuition by 43 percent. We are committed to making Rosemont an affordable and accessible private-college option for all families.
You're in! We couldn’t be happier to welcome you to our Rosemont family! Here are your next steps.
Come meet our admissions representatives at a college fair near you. To receive additional information about Rosemont College, click on the nearest college fair and complete the Request Information Form.
Transferring to Rosemont is simple. Our dedicated admissions counselors are here to help you review transfer credits, apply for financial aid, and navigate the application process.
All benefits available to traditional students are also available to international students. To learn more about becoming an international student at Rosemont, click below.
For the convenience of adult students with busy lives, Rosemont College facilitates online accelerated undergraduate degrees.
The Academic Exploration Program allows you to explore the variety of majors offered at Rosemont College. Meet with faculty, upperclassmen, administrators, and alum to assist you in exploring your interests and passions.
Rosemont College welcomes qualified men and women from the community to take classes.
Any traditional undergraduate returning student who withdrew from the college, or who's been on a leave of absence longer then 365 days must apply for re-enrollment.