Fourth-Year Students

Fourth year students are balancing the rigors of senior capstones while increasing their focus on preparing for a meaningful life and productive career after graduation. The faculty advisor will find that the fourth-year advising sessions are focused on providing closure to the students' individual graduation goals while supporting the students' goals for after graduation.

Milestones for Fourth-Year students

To support fourth year students graduating into meaningful lives and productive careers, we have created milestones that we believe will set fourth year students up for success. We value that each student has a diverse set of goals and experiences, so we fully expect that faculty advisors will adapt this guide to meet the individual needs of the student while ensuring that he/she has met Rollins graduation requirements.

Fall Semester

  • Attend classes prepared
  • Meet with faculty advisor
  • Maintain good conduct standing with the college
  • Submit graduation petition (May graduates only) Learn more
  • Register for courses in the spring
  • Maintain a 2.0+ good standing in all fall semester courses
  • Maintain financial aid package
  • Confirm curriculum graduation plan with Academic Advisor
  • Enact to transition to professional life after Rollins Learn More

Curriculum Recommendations

  • Major/minor curriculum
  • Courses that support your interests or goals but are not required for your major/minor

Spring Semester

  • Attend classes prepared
  • Maintain good conduct standing with the College
  • Meet with faculty advisor
  • Achieve a 2.0+ good standing in all spring semester courses
  • Enact to transition to professional life after Rollins Learn More
  • Complete all major curriculum with a 2.0+ major cumulative GPA
  • Finish 140 credits with a 2.0+ cumulative GPA
  • Celebrate your accomplishments through graduation and becoming an alumni Learn More

Curriculum Recommendations

  • Major/minor curriculum
  • Courses that support your interests or goals but are not required for your major/minor