Tuition and Fees

Our top-ranked degree programs are specifically designed and priced to meet your needs, no matter who you are or where you are in life.

70%

More than 70 percent of Rollins students receive some form of financial aid and the average Rollins student graduates with less student loan debt than the national average*.

Learn more about available scholarships and grants.

Rollins Undergraduate Tuition


Arts & Sciences and College of Professional Studies 
Traditional, full-time residential program

Hamilton Holt School Undergrad Tuition (Rollins Evening) 
Flexible evening program for working adults

Rollins Graduate Tuition


Hamilton Holt School Graduate Tuition (Rollins Evening) 
Flexible evening master’s program for working adults

Executive MBA 
Advanced business program for mid- to senior-level professionals

Early Advantage MBA 
Full-time day program for recent college graduates

Professional MBA 
Part-time MBA program for working adults

Executive Doctorate in Business Administration  
Doctoral degree for executives

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Correspondence from the Bursar's Office (including monthly billing statements) will be sent to the student's official College '@rollins.edu' email account. Students are expected to check their email on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with College-related communications.

* Average debt for Rollins College graduates is $21,500 (http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/education/higher-education/college-score-card). The national average is $26,600 (http://money.cnn.com/2012/10/18/pf/college/student-loan-debt/index.html).