How to Apply

Momentum partners qualify for free, accelerated admission.

As a Momentum partner employee, or a family member of one, we trust you have the drive and commitment to be successful as an online student at Rosemont College. That is why you qualify for an accelerated admission process.


It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 (and free!)

Step 1: Submit Your Online Application
Our online application is simple and free to complete.


Step 2: Submit Supporting Documents & FAFSA
These documents will allow us to get to know you better, and for undergraduate students, to allow us to fully maximize your transfer credits.

  • Official Transcripts from previously attended colleges/universities. These must be sent to us from the institution in order to be considered official.
  • Resume outlining professional experience (be sure to include any professional trainings taken or certificates earned)

Submit your FAFSA (optional, but encouraged)
To understand what federal aid you are eligible for please submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by clicking here. Please be sure to add Rosemont FAFSA code: 003360.


Step 3: Receive Your Admission Decision within 3 Business Days
You will be notified of your admission decision within 3 business days of Rosemont receiving the required supporting documents (official transcripts & resume).

If we have your FAFSA at this time, your emailed admission decision will include an outline of your financial aid eligibility. If we receive your FAFSA later, your financial aid package will be provided within 5 business days of FAFSA receipt.


Begin When You’re Ready: Multiple Start Dates

We know that as a busy adult it can be complicated to find the right time to start classes. To provide you flexibility we offer multiple start terms throughout the year. BUT, why wait? The sooner you begin, the sooner you will realize the benefits of advancing your education with Rosemont Momentum!

Application DeadlineClasses Begin
Fall 1Monday, August 22, 2022Monday, August 29, 2022
Fall 2Monday, October 17, 2022Monday, October 24, 2022
Spring 1Monday, January 9, 2023Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Maximizing Transfer Credits

More transfer credits = less time and cost to earn a Rosemont degree.
Our Momentum Advisors are trained in working with adult learners like you to define how previous college, professional training, and life experiences can be mapped to Rosemont’s online degrees and certificates.

Rosemont College considers a variety of alternative forms of credit including, but not limited to:

  • Previously earned college credit
  • Military & law enforcement experience
  • ACE evaluated training & development
  • Professional experience, certifications, and training

Rosemont College will accept up to:

  • 45 credits toward an associate degree
  • 90 credits toward a bachelor’s degree
  • 6 credits toward a graduate degree