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Satisfactory Academic Progress

Includes details related to Undergraduate College and School of Graduate and Professional Study Acadmic academic progress requirements, and the process for notification, appeal , and Academic Action Plans.

Attendance Policy


Leave of Absence

Return of Title IV Funds

Student Complaints


Awarding of Title IV Funds

Academic Year Definition

Campus-Based Programs

Course Repeats


A description of all the Federal, State, local, private and institutional student financial assistance programs (need based and non-need based) available to students who enroll at the institution.  

Procedures and forms students use to apply for admission or for financial aid, student eligibility requirements, criteria for selecting recipients from the group of eligible applicants, criteria for determining amount of student's award are described in the linked section above.


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).

Accrediting Agencies

Institutional Accreditation
Rosemont College is an accredited institution and a member of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) Rosemont's accreditation status is Non-Compliance Warning. The Commission’s most recent action on the institution’s accreditation status on 11/17/2022 was to warn the institution. MSCHE is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education.

Program  Accreditation
The B.S. in Elementary Education (including pre-K-4 certification), Certification in Secondary Education (subject specific: grades 4-8 and 9-12), M.A. in Education and PK-4 Certification are approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Reference Links

Cost of Attendance

Including estimates of tuition/fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation costs (such as commuting) if applicable, and any additional costs associated with a program in which the student is enrolled or expressed an interest.

Refund Policy

With which the institution is required to comply for return of unearned tuition and fees or other refundable portions of costs paid to the institution

Requirements and Procedures for Officially Withdrawing

Requirements Related to Return of Title IV Funds (grant and loan aid)

Academic Program Information

Current degree programs; instructional, lab, or other physical facilities which relate to the program(s); faculty & instructional personnel; and any plans for improving academic programs, if such a plan exists. Required Internships and Externships.

Disability Resources

Services and facilities available to students with disabilities, including students with intellectual disabilities.

Study Abroad and Title IV

Statement that a student’s enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the home institution may be considered enrollment at the home institution for the purpose of applying for assistance under Title IV.      

Net Price Calculator

Transfer of Credits Policies

Includes established criteria on transfer of credit earned at another institution, and a list of institution articulation agreements.       

Copyright Information

Policies and Sanctions

College Bookstore – ISBN

  • The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) and retail price information of required and recommended textbooks and supplemental materials.

Textbook Information          

Voter Registration Form Availability

Constitution Day

Student Body Diversity

Information on diversity of the student body, including percentage of enrolled, full-time students who are male, female, self-identified members of a major racial or ethnic group, and Federal Pell Grant recipients. 

Graduation Rates

Student Enrollment Policies


To students selected for verification, a written statement explaining:

Vaccination Policy

All incoming students are required to submit:
  • COVID-19 vaccination policy
  • The Physician’s Medical Report, all immunizations cited on the form must be completed and the form must be signed by a physician.
  • Varicella (chicken pox) requirement is essential, the student must provide doctor documentation of the illness or TWO doses of the varicella vaccine.
  • Meningococcal Vaccine is a mandatory vaccine requirement in Pennsylvania. Students may sign a waiver if they do not wish the vaccination but we strongly urge students to protect themselves against this rare but life threatening disease.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report     

Emergency Operation Plan        

Title IX

Student Right-To-Know Act       

Completion/Graduation Rates

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act            

Method of Disclosure

Annual notice to enrolled students of the availability of information required to be disclosed that lists and briefly describes the disclosures and how to obtain the information.

FERPA Information

Health and Safety Exemption Requirement            

Establishing and Maintaining an Information Security Program

Teacher Preparation Program & Report      

Credit Hour Policy


Rosemont College strives to provide accurate, honest, and clear information in print, online, broadcast media, and/or oral presentations. The College will make every effort to avoid misrepresentation to students and others in communications made in writing, visually, orally, or through other means. Training of employees to avoid any form of misrepresentation as they disseminate communications is a key component of this procedure.

Student Activities Engagement Offered By The Institution

Services offered by the institution for individuals with disabilities (including intellectual disabilities)

Career and placement services offered to students during and after enrollment

Institutional policies related to transfer of credit from other institutions

Gainful Employment

State Authorization

 Physical Campus Program Offerings

A list of all programs that are offered at physical campus locations   

Distance Education Programs

A list of all programs that includes courses that are offered via distance education, regardless of the percentage (e.g. online)

Distance Education Courses Offered

102 of 663 sections offered via Rosemont College were distance education courses in academic year 2012-2013.

Faculty Role in Distance Education

Materials that explain the faculty role in regards to interaction with students in distance education courses (e.g. faculty contract, handbook, job description, policy, training materials).

Online Course Materials

Any instructions or materials provided to students for participation in online courses  

Verification of Student Identity in Online Learning Policy

Printed publications, web, social media, inbound marketing, and radio are used to market the College on an annual basis.

Marketing Materials



Overall theme: the POWER of Small

2020-2021 Themes

Social Media

 2020-2021 Sample social media ads




  • Rosemont purchases search names from College Board, NRCCUA, and CBSS.
  • Learning House partnership for support of marketing outreach in online learning.

Third Party Servicers: Title IV

Athletics Data (EADA)

The College affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunity in education and employment and will not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of characteristics such as race, creed, color, national origin, place of birth, ancestry, religion, age, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity, veteran or military status, HIV-positive status, qualified disability or any other characteristic to the extent protected, and as defined by, applicable law, in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, employment practices, athletic, and other college-administered programs.

Alternative Education and Service Format: 
When necessary to protect the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, as determined by Rosemont College in its sole discretion, the College reserves the right to alter (a) the academic schedule, location and modality of instructional and learning activities, and academic terms and requirements (including content and grading) of undergraduate and graduate programs and instruction; and (b) the schedule, location, availability and format of services, activities, and experiences offered to students. Students shall not be entitled to refunds or offsets of tuition, fees, or other costs of attendance where the College exercises such discretion, except to the extent permitted by the College’s refund policies.