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Catholic High School Students

Rosemont College offers a 50% scholarship for graduates of Catholic high school.

Catholic Education at an Affordable Tuition Price

  Half Tuition Scholarship  

The search for the right college raises all kinds of questions about its academic rigor, cultural fit, and mission and values. At Rosemont, we believe attainability shouldn’t be one of them. That’s why we’ve partnered with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to offer 50% off tuition for graduates of any Catholic high school who commit to attending Rosemont as a residential student.

Scholarship at a Glance

Start date: 2023-2024 academic year

Who is eligible? Students who graduated from a Catholic High School affiliated with a Catholic Archdiocese after May 2021, who commit to attending Rosemont as a residential student.

How do you receive the scholarship? Apply to Rosemont as a residential student. Once your admission has been determined, the Catholic High School Graduate Scholarship will automatically be applied to your financial award.

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Committed to Your Catholic Values? So Are We.

We believe that at its core, Catholic means universal. Simply put, we welcome students from all faiths and backgrounds.

Students often claim that Rosemont helped them find their voice, or their purpose, and that is by our design. Our close-knit, vibrant environment offers ample opportunities to make a positive impact on the campus and surrounding community, whether through service activities organized by Campus Ministry, getting involved with any of our 20 student organizations, or bringing attention to important social-justice issues.

As our students will tell you, the experience and perspective gained from contributing to your community doesn’t just uplift others—in time, you’ll discover your passion and purpose, too.

“Coming from an archdiocesan high school, I’m so glad I made the decision to come to Rosemont. In high school, I really valued the mentorship I received from my teachers and the opportunity to dive deeply into a topic in class. I wanted a similar experience in college and have found that and so much more at Rosemont. I am confident that other students from the archdiocese would find the right fit here at Rosemont, just like I have.” -

- Char Hoppel
First-Year Rosemont College Student, Graduate of Archbishop Ryan High School