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Earn your degree for less with Rosemont Momentum.

An Affordable Way to Advance Your Education

Rosemont College understands that choosing to invest in advancing your life through education comes with more than a financial cost. There’s the cost of not pursuing other investments in yourself and your family. But there is no better investment than an education.

Rosemont Momentum makes advancing your education attainable for alliance employees and their families through a substantially reduced tuition for Rosemont’s accredited online degrees and certificates. That’s right, families are included! Family members are defined as spouse, domestic partner, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, grandparents and grandchildren, and parents of the employee, and these family members’ spouses.

We want to support you in advancing your life through education in an affordable way.

Affordable Tuition

Momentum partner employees and their family members are eligible for special tuition rates that make attaining a college degree affordable:
• An undergraduate degree as low as $15,600*
• A graduate degree as low as $12,800*

Program TypeMomentum Tuition**Standard TuitionSavings
Undergraduate$260 per credit$590 per creditover 50% savings
Undergraduate for Military Members$250 per credit $250 per credit same amazing rate
Graduate$355 per credit$710 per credit50% savings
*Undergraduate cost calculated on a transfer of 60-credits; graduate cost based on 36-credits. Includes tuition costs only.
**Alliance employees and all eligible family members qualify for preferred tuition pricing.
All students will need to pay a one-time graduation fee of $150.
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