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Transfer Students

It's easy for transfer students to feel at home at Rosemont. The POWER of small allows you to meet people, make friends, and get involved in activities across campus. Transferring to Rosemont is simple, whether you are coming from a two-year institution or a four-year college.

An admissions counselor will help you navigate transferable credit reviews, scholarships, and the application process. We even offer an unofficial credit evaluation to help you get started.


Alex Teti '20
Transfer Student and Future Animator

"I've always wanted to be an animator, and I was thrilled when Professor Maggie Hobson-Baker offered to work with me to personally develop the skills  I needed. She has the right combination of guidance andflexibility that really works for me. I am also a commuter.

Even though I do not live on campus, I have a community. I am the Vice President of the Graphic Design Club which I helped to create. That experience helped me to learn the POWER of leadership. I am so thankful that I transferred to Rosemont."

 Application Process and Requirements

  1. Free Online Application
  2. Official transcripts from all colleges/universities you have attended or currently are attending
  3. Official high school transcript (showing graduation date) if you have not earned at least 12 credits at an accredited college/university

Acceptance to Rosemont College

Once we have received all required documents and your application file is complete, an admission decision will be made promptly. If you are accepted to Rosemont, a letter of admission including transfer scholarship notification will be mailed to you.

To confirm your enrollment, you will need to submit the Enrollment Deposit Form with a $350 ($200 for commuters) deposit.

Transfer Scholarships

Residential: $4,500-$7,500
Commuter: $3,500-$4,500

Rosemont College offers merit-based scholarships that range depending on your GPA (grade point average) from a previous college /university. You do not have to apply separately for the Rosemont College Transfer Scholarships.

Articulation Agreements

Rosemont College has established articulation agreements with colleges in the region that provide specific course-by-course equivalencies for transfer students. Read more about which colleges in the region provide specific course-by-course equivalencies for transfer students.

  • Bucks County  Community College
  • Community College of Philadelphia
  • Delaware County Community College
  • Harcum College
  • Manor College
  • Montgomery County Community College


Q: How many credits can I transfer?
A: Rosemont College will accept a maximum of 66 transfer credits from a two-year institute and 90 credits from a four-year institute.

Q: How do I know if my credits will transfer?
A: If admitted to Rosemont, our Registrars Office will do a transfer credit evaluation. This evaluation includes a summary of all courses and credit hours acceptable toward graduation from Rosemont, as well as what General Education requirements will need to be fulfilled at Rosemont.

Q: Am I eligible to participate in a sport as a transfer students?
A: Transfer students may enroll at Rosemont College as student-athletes, provided that they are eligible by NCAA III standards and have met the requirements for participation in the sport as determined by the Rosemont College Athletics Department.

Q: Do you have on-campus admission events for transfer students?
A: Yes. We cordially invite you to attend an info session, tour our beautiful campus, and learn more about our admissions requirements .

Q: Is on-campus housing available for Transfer Students?
A: Yes, although it is important that you apply and submit your college transcripts to the Rosemont College Office of Admissions as early in the process as possible in order to be assured of placement in on-campus student housing