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Congratulations on your acceptance to Rocky Mountain College. We are pleased that you have selected RMC to continue your personal and academic endeavors. So what are the next steps? Please find below a guide to becoming an RMC student.
Complete the financial aid process
Students applying for federal student aid are able to complete the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beginning October 1. Submit your application online at www.fafsa.ed.gov and code RMC to receive your information (002534). Confirm your enrollment
Submit your new student fee deposit of $250. Classes and housing are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis so deposit early.
Submit your final official transcripts
Upon graduation from high school, please remember to request your final official transcript be mailed to:
Rocky Mountain College Attn: Office of Admissions 1511 Poly Drive Billings, MT 59102
The Enrollment Policy to validate a student's secondary transcript includes the following and applies to all secondary applicants for degree seeking status:
High school students may submit unofficial transcripts for acceptance consideration;
High school students who have been admitted to the institution may only be enrolled and/or registered for courses in their indicated start term with the receipt of an official transcript;
An official transcript is considered official when the transcript is received in an unopened letter mailed directly from the granting entity and the transcript is stamped and signed by a school official, or is provided through a secondary transcript service such as Parchment;
High school students must submit a final official transcript prior to enrollment that includes a graduation or diploma issuance date;
Students who do not have a final official transcript on file receive an immediate hold on account and are not able to register or enroll for future terms until a final, official transcript is received.
Additional documentation may be required if the institution or Secretary has reason to believe that the high school diploma is not valid or was not obtained from an entity that provides secondary school education.