Admission

Continue Your Story

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Continue Your Story

Your Rock Solid Future Awaits.

I’m ready now:
First-Year Application
Transfer Application

Take advantage of the opportunity to pursue more than 80 majors, minors, and programs, and experience all that a small, close-knit community of communities can offer including: practical experiences, global perspectives, and one-on-one research with faculty members.

Transferring Credit to RU

One you apply to Rockford University, send your official transcripts, and receive your admission decision, you will receive a form that details which of your credits transfer in to the university. Students may transfer credit from colleges accredited by regional accrediting associations as recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

If you have completed your associate of arts, associate of science, or bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college in the United States prior to becoming a student at Rockford University, you will have met all of your lower-division general education requirements for graduation from Rockford University, and will enter at junior status.

The full transfer credit policy can be found in the Rockford University Academic Catalog.

Learn more about transferring to RU.

Rock Solid Affordability

Over 99% of full-time students receive financial aid, and every full-time student receives a scholarship. We also offer competitive scholarships that range up to 100% of tuition, and several grant and loan programs. Read on for full details.

Visit Campus

You have to see Rockford University for yourself — sign up for a campus visit. Meet with your personal admission counselor, chat with financial aid, have lunch, meet with a coach, meet with a faculty member or sit in on a class–we’ll create a day just for you.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Admission
Nelson Hall--2nd floor
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4050
Fax 815-226-2822
Office of Admission
Admissions@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Thurs - 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Fri - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sat - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm -- Please call to reserve an appointment on Saturdays.

Chat with an Admission Counselor

I transferred to Rockford University because I didn’t want to be a number or a person filling a seat in a packed auditorium. I can ask professors questions and speak with them face-to-face; I can get involved. Plus, the admission process was seamless!

Tim Woods

Veteran and RU Transfer Student

Loan Processes

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Loan Processes

Rockford University participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program for all Stafford loans.  

New Students:  
The Office of Student Administrative Services (SAS) will originate your Stafford Loan once you are registered for classes and have completed the following: Master Promissory Note (MPN), entrance counseling, award letter, 2016-2017 Federal Direct Loan Request Form or 2017-2018 Federal Direct Loan Request Form, and Standards of Academic Progress Policy‌.  The MPN will be used for all subsidized and unsubsidized Federal Stafford loans.  Subsequent Stafford loans accepted by you will be automatically processed under the same MPN in future academic years.  

Please note, federal regulations require that all new borrowers have a 30-day hold (after first day of classes) placed on the disbursement of loan funds.

Current Student borrowers:
The Office of Student Administrative Services (SAS) will originate your Stafford Loan once you are registered for classes and have completed a signed award letter and direct loan request form.  You will not need to complete a new MPN, entrance counseling, or SAP as long as you have an active one on file with Rockford University. 

Upon completion of all required documents, loan funds will be disbursed through an electronic funds transfer (EFT) to your student account.  Loans cannot be processed after a student becomes ineligible or after the term has ended.

Parents: Rockford University participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program.  If you wish to borrow on behalf of your son or daughter in the federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) program please complete the following the steps.

Current/New Parent Borrowers:  All NEW and PREVIOUS parent borrowers will need to complete a PLUS loan application after June 1st. The application process determines credit eligibility. You will be required to use your FSAID to log-in and complete the federal PLUS application.  If approved for the loan, SAS is not able to originate a Parent PLUS loan until a completed PLUS MPN is on file and the student has completed the financial aid process. If a completed Parent PLUS loan MPN is on file, a new one may not be needed. 

Utilizing An Endorser:  An endorser is someone who will pass the credit check and who agrees, similar to a co-signer, to repay the PLUS Loan if the borrower is unable to do so. Almost anyone can serve as an endorser. However, the student cannot serve as an endorser for their parent.

If you choose to obtain an endorser, the endorser should complete the endorser addendum at studentloans.gov. The endorser will need the PLUS Endorser Code (if a Direct PLUS Loan Request was completed) or Loan Identification Number to connect the endorsement to the denied PLUS Loan. Completing the endorsement online also requires a Federal Student Aid ID (username and password).

Master promissory notes (MPNs) are used for PLUS Loans and allow for multiple year borrowing under the same terms. However, when an endorser is used, the terms of the MPN used for that loan is specific only to that loan. Therefore, a borrower who has previously received a PLUS Loan without an endorser will need to complete a unique MPN for the endorsed loan. Also, any additional PLUS borrowing will require a new MPN and endorser addendum (though the same endorser can be used).

Finally, when the borrower is initially denied and approved through use of an endorser or appeal, the borrower will need to complete the Parent PLUS counseling requirement before the PLUS Loan can be disbursed. This counseling is a review of loan and repayment obligations available at studentloans.gov.

In cases of a parent credit denial or when an eligible endorser is not available the student will be eligible for an additional unsubsidized loan. Rockford University will be notified and a new award letter with required documentation will be mailed to the student.

Guidance Counselor

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GUIDANCE COUNSELOR

Guidance Counselors and Admission Staff alike strive to provide the support necessary to ease the transition from high school to a university. Providing information on the vast amount of opportunities is part of the process.

Below is a helpful resource about Rockford University to assist you as you serve and change the lives of students.

Fast Facts

  • Enrollment: 900 undergraduates (1280 total students)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 11:1
  • Admission requirements:
    • First-year students: 2.65 GPA, 19 ACT or equivalent SAT, top ½ graduating class
    • Transfer students (12 credits or more of 100-level college courses): 2.3 GPA
    • If academic records fall below standard, a student may be allowed to petition for admission.
  • Majors and minors: Learn more about our over 80 majors, minors and programs! Popular programs include: Education, Nursing, Pre-Med, Business, Psychology and Performing Arts.
  • Tuition and fees: $36,270 for tuition room and board. More info >>
  • Academic Calendar
  • Athletic Division: NCAA Division III; Northern Athletics Conference. More info >>
  • Distinctions: Rockford University is a Princeton Review “Best in the Midwest” university, a “College with a Conscience,” and a Phi Beta Kappa institution. More info >>

Campus Visits

We openly invite and encourage students and families to schedule a visit to learn more about Rockford University. We also offer appointments with an admission counselor and tours Monday-Saturday – give us a call at 815.226.4050 to schedule a visit!

High School Visits

We would love to have a group from your school visit us and experience Rockford University. In addition, Rockford University is pleased to visit your high school and provide financial aid presentations or classroom visits (either an admission counselor or Rockford University faculty member). Please contact Faith DeVries at fdevries@rockford.edu if you would like to set up a group visit to campus or a program at your school.

Refer a student

Simply e-mail admissions@rockford.edu and provide a prospective student’s full name, address, phone number and/or e-mail address, and we will send information directly to him/her.

Admission Steps

Start the process with these first steps:

  • Complete an application – students can apply online for FREE
  • Submit official transcripts; transfer students should submit official transcripts from each institution attended
  • Submit ACT or SAT scores (first-year students)–ACT Code: 1122; SAT Code: 1665
  • Learn more >>

Scholarships

We award financial aid to 99% of our full-time students. Every year, Rockford University students receive more than $8 million in scholarships, grants, and other financial aid. We believe an education should be affordable. Through our scholarships, grants, and other financial aid, we work individually with prospective students and their families to determine the most beneficial financial aid package for them.

Clubs and Organizations

Rockford University offers a variety clubs and organizations to fit just about any interest. Students can also start their own clubs. Movies, concerts, athletics, intramurals and more are offered year-round, along with traditional events such as Homecoming and Family Weekend. The Jane Addams Center for Civic Engagement provides outlets for service-oriented experiences, and students can become service fellows and earn scholarships while making a difference.

Athletics

Rockford University is an NCAA Division III competitor and participates in the NACC conference.

  • Men’s sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Track and Field, Football, Golf, Soccer
  • Women’s sports: Basketball, Cross Country, Track and Field, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Admission
Nelson Hall--2nd floor
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4050
Fax 815-226-2822
Office of Admission
Admissions@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Thurs - 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Fri - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sat - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm -- Please call to reserve an appointment on Saturdays.

Chat with an Admission Counselor

Meet Our Team

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MEET OUR TEAM

Your Rock Solid future awaits!

We are thrilled that you have considered Rockford University on your college search. Our Admission team is happy to guide you through the admission process. Whether fresh out of high school, transferring from another institution, or returning to school, we strive to provide you with the necessary support to ease that transition.


 

Jennifer Nordstrom

‌Jennifer Nordstrom ’92/’01
Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Admission

815-226-3383
JNordstrom@rockford.edu

I grew up in Machesney Park, Ill. At Rockford University, I earned my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Finance as well as my MBA in Management.

My advice for you is to look at the entirety of what a university has to offer. Do not limit yourself by making assumptions about academic programs, student life or affordability without fully investigating these areas with an Admission representative. Definitely visit the university of your choice before making the final decision to enroll.

Little known fact: I was involved in a sting operation set up by the federal government. I aided the investigation that led to the arrest of a group of check counterfeiters.

Associate Director of Admission Marketing and Events

815-394-5096
chartje@rockford.edu

My hometown is Machesney Park, Ill. I earned my associate of arts from Rock Valley College and my bachelor of science in community psychology from St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minn.

My advice is to spend a few moments documenting your college experience and truly making memories—snap a few photos, take advantage of the opportunities available, and don’t be in a rush to move on with life. Breathe, experience, and learn!

Little known fact: I am in two local bands.

‌‌Ben AlburyBen Albury
Assistant Director of Admission and Transfer Admission Counselor

815-226-4064
BAlbury@rockford.edu

I grew up in Brisbane, Australia. I went to Illinois Valley Community College and Wayne State College (Neb.) to play baseball. I finished my Master of Arts in Teaching here at Rockford in 2009 which was in physical education. I got an Associate of Arts and Science at (IVCC) and a Bachelor of Science for WS, then a MAT at Rockford.Advice: Choosing your college/university is a big decision; weigh all of your options and choose where you see yourself maturing as a person for the next years of your life. Make the most of your visit and ask as many questions as you can to get a picture of what your experience will be like! Investing in school is a long-term investment in your future. Finally, when you attend school go to class and ask questions, sometimes that’s half the battle to becoming a successful student.Little known fact: I could be Australia’s biggest Chicago Cubs fan!

Susan Collins

scollins@rockford.edu

My hometown is Rockton, Ill. and I earned my Bachelor’s degree from Rockford University in English.Advice? Get to know people! Make connections and friendships and relationships with everyone around you. I made so many friends and positive relationships with both students and professors while at RU and it has helped me in finding a career and gaining new experiences.Little known fact: I love board games and am very competitive while playing them

Nick Evans
Admission Counselor

815-226-3384
nevans@rockford.edu

My hometown is Rockford, IL. I attended Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Ill., where I studied Marketing.My advice is to find the college or university that not only has the academic programs that you are interested in, but also the opportunities and resources available to students that are important to you. Going on campus visits are a great way to learn about a university and everything it has to offer!Little known fact: I was able to attend a Chicago Cubs World Series game!

 

Jennifer Vargaz

Jennifer Vargaz
Transfer Admission Counselor

815-226-3380
JVargaz@rockford.edu

I grew up in Rockford, Ill. I graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, and a concentration on Intercultural Communication.My advice to you is to take full advantage of your university experience. This is a significant time in your life that you will have amazing opportunities both academic and social- be it study abroad, interacting with new people from all over the country, or joining a club on campus that is outside your comfort zone. Most importantly, enjoy your time here- it goes by so quickly!Little known fact: I’ve lived in 3 major cities in Italy and Spain.

Shannon Zelek
Admission Counselor

815-226-4149
szelek@rockford.edu

While I currently live in Loves Park, Ill., my hometown is actually Poplar Grove where I attended North Boone High School. I then headed to Iowa for my Bachelor of Art in Psychology and Organizational Science at Coe College.Advice? Be involved in the college search process, your high school, and in college! You can never have too many experiences – especially the kinds that lead you to studying abroad, being a college athlete, student leader, or having an internship. There are so many new and exciting things waiting for you as long as you make the move to achieve them. Have boundaries or know your limits, but don’t be afraid to tackle some scary and exciting moments.Little known fact: I am a Lifetime Girl Scout who helped plan the International Girls’ World Forum in 2012 (as a high school student) which had around 500 participants from all around the world.

Ella Stenberg

Ella Stenberg ’09
Admission Data Specialist

815-226-4051
EStenberg@rockford.edu

My hometown is Rockford, Ill. and I earned an Associate of Applied Science in Banking and Finance at Rock Valley College. I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Management Studies degree from the BSMS program here at Rockford University!The advice I would like to give is that a university is what you make it – be happy with it. Enjoy your education and the new friends you will make.Little known fact: Tom Selleck is my favorite actor!

Christine Murray

Christine Murray
Admission Receptionist

815-226-4050
CMurray@rockford.edu

I grew up in Syracuse, N.Y. I earned my Associate of Science in Office Technology from Onondaga Community College.My advice to you is to enjoy your time in college!Little known fact: I am a huge Steelers fan!


Ana Gonzalez
Undergraduate Admission Assistant

815-226-3378
agonzalez@rockford.edu

More info coming soon!

 

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Admission
Nelson Hall--2nd floor
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4050
Fax 815-226-2822
Office of Admission
Admissions@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Thurs - 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Fri - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sat - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm -- Please call to reserve an appointment on Saturdays.

Chat with an Admission Counselor

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR EDUCATIONAL LOANS

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires that institutions participating in the federal student loan programs develop, publish and enforce a code of conduct with respect to student loans.

Rockford University participates in the William D. Ford Federal Stafford Loan Program.  Loans offered through this program are the Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans for students, the PLUS Loan for parents of dependent students and the Grad PLUS Loan for graduate students.  Rockford University is committed to the highest standard of ethics and conduct and has adopted the following Code of Conduct by which all loan programs directly administered by the Office of Student Administrative Services (SAS) must adhere.

 

Revenue Sharing

Rockford University prohibits all SAS employees from any revenue-sharing arrangements with any lender, guarantor or servicer.  Rockford University prohibits all SAS employees from promoting or recommending any product from said lender, guarantor or servicer.

 

Gifts

Rockford University prohibits any SAS employee from accepting or soliciting any gifts from a lender, guarantor or servicer. The term “gift” is defined as any gratuity, favor, discount, entertainment, hospitality, loan or other items valued at more than a de minimus  amount.  This also includes any services, transportation, lodging, or meals, whether provided in kind, by purchase of a ticket, payment in advance or by reimbursement.

 

Contracting Arrangements

Rockford University prohibits any SAS employee from accepting compensation for serving on a board of directors of a lender, guarantor or servicer.

 

Preferred Lender Lists

Rockford University allows students the freedom to choose any private loan lender and does not assign a specific lender nor will we prohibit or delay a certification based on the student’s choice.

 

Offers of Funds for Private Loans

Rockford University prohibits acceptance of offers of funds for private loans including funds for opportunity pool loans from any lender, guarantor or servicer in return for special concessions toward a lender, guarantor or servicer.

 

Advisory Board Compensation

Rockford University prohibits any SAS employee from accepting any form of compensation from a lender, guarantor or servicer for serving on an advisory board, commission or other group established by such lender, guarantor or servicer or a group of lenders /guarantors.

 

Staffing Assistance

Rockford University and the Office of Student Administrative Services will not accept any offer from a lender, guarantor or servicer for staffing assistance within said office.

 

This Code of Conduct will be the policy by which the Office of Student Administrative Services will conduct their student loan programs.

International Student

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

‌‌Hello! Hola! Bonjour! Privet! Hej! Guten tag! Ni hao! Konnichiwa!

Welcome to Rockford! At Rockford University, we welcome students from all backgrounds and all walks of life. Our international students represent diverse cultures, they share one thing in common—the desire to become Rock Solid.

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Arrival  Information and Orientation Information


Office of Global Affairs (OGA)

OGA helps prepare RU’s students, faculty and community constituents for active participation in a rapidly changing global society by internationalizing our campus and curriculum, facilitating experiential learning opportunities, and developing our international partnerships to achieve RU’s strategic objectives.


Mission Statement of the OGA

Create a supportive and interactive learning environment that celebrates multiculturalism by bringing all of Rockford University’s diverse student body together, in such a way that the academic as well as extra-curricular experiences of all students are enhanced and enjoyed.

Services provided by the OGA:

  • Assist both U.S. and international students in realizing their dreams of studying abroad
  • Provide services related to U.S. immigration regulations
  • Offer international student orientation
  • Provide international student academic advising and support

Who is classified as an international applicant?

  • A student requiring an F-1 Student Visa to study in the U.S.
  • A holder of an “Arrival-Departure Record (I-94)” who has a visa that allows for study in the United States.


Why Rockford University?

Rockford University, located just 90 minutes from Chicago, is a great place to experience the United States and gain an exceptional education. A four-year, private liberal arts university, Rockford University offers a variety of programs and services, including more than 80 majors, minors and concentrations; small class sizes; wireless internet; and on-campus housing and food service; to name a few. Rockford University is an institution which values global and ethnic diversity. Today, students from a variety of different states and countries call Rockford home.

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If you are admitted to Rockford University, you can learn more about the next steps for our Admitted Undergraduate Students.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Global Affairs (OGA)
Burpee 2nd Floor
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108
001-815-226-4138
Fax: 001-815-226-4141

Skype ID: sam_rockford
Sam Bandy, Director
sbandy@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Chat with an Admission Counselor

Rockford China Office

中国办公室地址:北京东城区银河SOHO D座9层
招生官:胡盼/ Oriana Hu
办公电话:0086+10 6523 8091
手机:0086+186 0024 5278
邮箱:oriana.hu@rockford-edu.cn
申请专用邮箱:application@rockford-edu.cn
合作邮箱:marketing@rockford-edu.cn
微信众公号:RockfordUni
微博:美国罗克福德大学

My friend introduced this university to me. The nursing major is great here.

Cui Zheng '15

Home Country: China, Program of study/major: Nursing

It’s a liberal arts university that is small and focused on its students.

Amour Muro '14

Home Country: Tanzania, Program of study/major: Economics

I chose Rockford University because of the home-like feeling, even away from home. The staff is great as well as the students, very cozy and friendly environment.

Mariana Rosas '12

Home Country: Mexico, Program of study/major: Spanish and Psychology

Other Fees

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OTHER FEES

Special Instruction Fees

These special instructional fees are charged in addition to the appropriate tuition and are non-refundable unless the student withdraws prior to the first day of class (except for private music lessons).

Private music lessons (15 half-hour sessions/per credit hour)……………………………………. $250
Music practice room rental, if not registered for private music lessons (per semester)……… $25
Student teaching (400-level) supervisory fee………………………………………………………….. $300
Student teaching (500-level) supervisory fee………………………………………………………….. $300
Recreational field experience supervisory fee…………………………………………………….. $100
Independent study fee (per credit hour)…………………………………………………………… $35
Tutorial fee (per credit hour)………………………………………………………………………… $70

Note: Fees for independent study, tutorials, private music lessons and student teaching supervision are charged where applicable in addition to the appropriate tuition.

Miscellaneous Fees

These non-refundable miscellaneous fees are applicable to all students in the appropriate categories:

Junior Year Abroad,
U.N. Semester and Washington Semester application fee…………………….
$25
Late registration fee (after standard period)……………………………………….. $100
Transfer credit acceptance fee (per course)…………………………………………. $20
CEEB Placement Exams fees………………………………………………………. Publisher’s cost
Rockford University credit by exam (per exam or course)
Undergraduates…………………………………………………………………
$50
Graduates………………………………………………………………………..
$150
Graduation fee (gown rental not included)
Undergraduates…………………………………………………………………
$50
Graduates………………………………………………………………………..
$115
Credential processing (per set)………………………………………………………. $3
Copy of official transcript………………………………………………………………. $5
Replacing student identification card……………………………………………….. $30
Diploma replacement
Within a year of graduation…………………………………………………..
$20
More than one year after graduation………………………………………..
$35
Returned check fee…………………………………………………………………….. $25

Audit Fees

Permission to audit a course will not be granted if auditors would displace students who are taking the course for credit. The following fee schedule applies:

Full-time students……………………………………………………………………….. No additional cost
Part-time students………………………………………………………………………. $50 per credit hour
Community audit………………………………………………………………………… $50 per credit hour
Alumni and senior citizens (55 and up)…………………………………………….. $50 per course

Note: Students must pay all applicable registration and course (studio, laboratory, etc.) fees.

Late Registration

Students are expected to register at the times and places announced by Student Administrative Services (SAS). Registration is not considered complete until students’ accounts show all charges have been paid or arrangements for payment have been made. Students who have not paid or not made satisfactory arrangements for payment may be dropped from classes by the SAS office and the student will remain responsible for any amount outstanding. Students may appeal any outstanding balance to the director of Student Administrative Services.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Student Administrative Services (SAS)
Nelson Hall--1st floor
5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4062
Fax: 815-394-5174
sas@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Thurs - 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Fri - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Chat with an Admission Counselor

Schedule a Campus Visit

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SCHEDULE A CAMPUS VISIT

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Admission
Nelson Hall--2nd floor
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4050
Fax 815-226-2822
Office of Admission
Admissions@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Thurs - 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Fri - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sat - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm -- Please call to reserve an appointment on Saturdays.

Chat with an Admission Counselor

VISIT DAY EVENTS & REGISTRATION

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Admission
Nelson Hall--2nd floor
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4050
Fax 815-226-2822
Office of Admission
Admissions@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Thurs - 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Fri - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sat - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm -- Please call to reserve an appointment on Saturdays.

Chat with an Admission Counselor

Net Price Calculator

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Please read. By clicking below, I acknowledge that the estimate provided using this calculator does not represent a final determination or actual award of financial assistance, or a final net price; it is an estimate based on average cost of attendance and financial aid provided to students in the 2015-16 academic year. Price of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year. The estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, Rockford University, or the State. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be eligible for, and receive, an actual financial aid award that includes Federal grant, loan, and/or work-study assistance. For more information on applying for Federal student aid, go to http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

Department Information 

Student Administrative Services (SAS)
Nelson Hall–1st floor
5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4062
Fax: 815-394-5174
sas@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Thurs – 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Fri – 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Chat with an Admission Counselor