We are pleased you are considering Roseman University of Health Sciences as an option for your future.
We understand education may be one of the largest investments of your life.
You can use this site to learn about our aid programs, check application instructions, and download documents.
Financial aid is available for students who enroll at the Roseman University College of Pharmacy, putting an investment in higher education within your reach. We offer a variety of programs designed to fit the needs of graduate students pursuing a professional doctor of pharmacy degree.
You can access the Financial Aid Portal to view your financial aid status and accept or decline your financial aid.
The Financial Aid Office staff is ready to assist you. Our experienced staff is available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. No appointment necessary.
For more information, click the button below to be directed to the Financial Aid section.
South Jordan Campus
In an effort to contact students as quickly and efficiently as possible, the Financial Aid Office will use email as the primary means of communicating with students. We will use your Roseman student email address as the main contact while you are enrolled. It is your responsibility to read your student email on a daily basis as outlined in the Student Catalog.
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Types of Financial Aid
Roseman University students and prospective students can take advantage of several financial aid options, including:
- Scholarship programs that provide merit-based or need-based aid toward tuition, books, and other educational costs. The specific amounts, deadlines, and requirements vary by scholarship. Students pursuing a Pharm.D. should seek scholarships designated for those in this professional degree program. The U.S. Department of Labor provides a free scholarship search database where you can find programs for which you may be eligible.
- Grants that provide need-based aid that students are not required to repay. Although the Pell Grant and the Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant are available only to undergraduate students, graduate students can seek grants through professional pharmacy organizations. For example, consult the database from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy to find discipline-specific scholarship and grant programs. You can also find information about awards, scholarships, grants, and fellowships from the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education.
- Federal work-study programs, which provide jobs to graduate students who demonstrate financial need. Students may be paid a salary or by the hour depending on the positions available at the university.
- Student loans, which must be repaid after graduation in accordance with the specific loan terms. Options for graduate students include direct unsubsidized federal loans and federal grad PLUS loans, as well as private loan programs. Complete information about federal student loan programs is available online at studentloans.gov.
Starting the Financial Aid Process
Prospective Roseman University students can sign up for financial aid and view their status on the school’s Financial Aid Portal. However, you must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, which the federal government uses to determine your level of financial need. If you plan to enter graduate school in the 2020-2021 academic year, you must fill out your FAFSA with your financial details by June 30, 2020.
If you need assistance with the financial aid process, call 702-968-1635 to contact Financial Aid at the Henderson campus and 801-878-1031 for the office at the South Jordan campus. You can also email email@example.com. Students who want to enroll in the Roseman University College of Pharmacy for September 2020 must apply to the program no later than February 3, 2020, to be considered for admission.