Congratulations to those who have been accepted to Rollins. We can’t wait for you to join the Rollins community!
You will be notified of your acceptance to Rollins through the mail. Along with the acceptance, you will learn if you have been awarded any merit based scholarships. You will be notified by the following dates if your application is complete by the stated deadline. Your BIG Envelope will contain information regarding how to officially enroll at Rollins.
Once you have made your decision to attend Rollins, the next step is to submit your Statement of Intent to Enroll along with your deposit to secure your place in the class of 2016! Do that online by clicking here.
The Office of Explorations will assist you through your entire first-year at Rollins, starting after you deposit. This includes registering for classes, housing assignments and orientation. In mid-May, you will receive information from the Office of Explorations to begin this process. There is no way to begin housing selection or class registration until then, however feel free to check out the Explorations Website.
Visiting campus as an accepted student can be a completely new experience, even if you have been to campus before. We have some special events throughout the spring just for you. Invitations will be sent in The BIG Envelope and through e-mail. Space is limited so be sure to register as soon as possible!
Accepted Student Days: Tour the campus, eat lunch with current students, engage academically, and learn more about student life. Optional parent sessions are available.
Available dates for 2013: February 18; March 15, 27; April 1, 8, 12, 17. Programs will run from 8:00 am - 1:30 pm.
Experience Rollins: Spend a Saturday with current and future Rollins students who share your interests. Tour the campus, meet members of the faculty, and more. Optional parent sessions are available.
Saturday, April 6, 2013 from 9:30 am - 3:00 pm.
Connect With Other Students
It’s never too early to become a part of the Rollins community!
It is important that you work with the Financial Aid Office to ensure you receive all of the need-based financial aid available to you. For more information, visit their website.