- 85Acceptance Rate
- 86Employment Rate
The school became Robert Morris College in 1969 when it began offering bachelor's degrees in business administration. The first graduate students were admitted in 1978 for master's degree programs in business administration, taxation, and business teacher education; the first doctoral program was offered in 1999. In 2002, the school attained university status and was thus renamed Robert Morris University. In 2010, the university sold its Downtown Center at 600 Fifth Avenue to Duquesne University.
On September 10, 2015, Robert Morris named Christopher B. Howard as its eighth president. Howard, the former president of Hampden-Sydney College, is the first African-American president in RMU's history; he assumed office in February 2016.
High school transcripts
Testing for non-native English speakers
TOEFL - 61 iBT, 500 written
IELTS - 5.0 overall band score
Duolingo English Test (DET) - 85
PTE - 45
An SAT is required for all Actuarial Science, Nursing, Statistics, and Predictive Analysis applic ants.
Scholarship & funding
The university offers scholarships for freshman students. For more information