The U.S Department of Education requires students to complete Entrance Counseling to ensure they understand the responsibilities and obligations they are assuming. Log in to StudentAid.gov using your FSA ID and select Roseman University as a school to notify. Then select your Student Type: Nursing students will complete the counseling as undergraduates. Pharmacy, Dental, MBA students and Orthodontic residents will complete the counseling as graduate/professionals.
Undergraduates who have not previously received a Subsidized or Unsubsidized loan are required to complete entrance counseling.
Graduate students/residents who have not previously received a Graduate PLUS loan are required to complete entrance counseling – even if you previously completed it for a Subsidized or Unsubsidized loan.
Plus Credit Counseling
Any PLUS Loan applicant who has an adverse credit history but who qualifies for a PLUS Loan through the process for reconsideration due to extenuating circumstances or by obtaining an endorser for the loan, must complete PLUS Credit Counseling provided by the U.S. Department of Education. The counseling must be completed each time the applicant is approved under these circumstances. While the counseling is mandatory only for these borrowers, the U.S. Department of Education offers voluntary counseling for all PLUS Loan borrowers. Note that this special PLUS Credit Counseling is separate and distinct from the PLUS Loan Entrance Counseling that all graduate and professional student PLUS Loan borrowers must complete.
Exiting students who received Direct Loans at Roseman University are required to complete the online Exit Counseling. Students must complete exit counseling when they graduate and each time they drop below half-time enrollment or leave school for longer than 45 days. Completion of exit counseling has no bearing on your restart or re-enrollment date with Roseman University.
Exiting students who received private/alternative student loans at Roseman University are required to complete the online Repayment Essentials.
Financial Awareness Counseling
The U.S. Department of Education has created Financial Awareness Counseling to assist students with understanding their financial aid, being responsible in borrowing, and managing their finances. The Financial Awareness Counseling can be completed multiple times.