Private, outside scholarships are available from businesses, clubs, organizations and employers. Many Rollins students receive outside scholarships in addition to other types of federal, state, and Rollins financial aid. Students generally seek these scholarships on their own through a variety of avenues. Two good sources for these scholarships are www.fastweb.com and www.cappex.com/scholarships. Below are organizations who have contacted Rollins directly and we are these posting scholarship opportunities. We will also conduct an internal search and notify students who appear to meet the minimum requirements for these scholarships. For specific questions on these scholarships, please contact the organization listed on the application or website.
American Business Women's Association
American Business Women's Association (ABWA) provides scholarships for deserving men and women who meet the criteria set by the scholarship guidelines. For an application and additional eligiblity details, please download the application.
College Fund of Pinellas County. Inc.
The College Fund of Pinellas County, Inc. is a tax-exempt organization that during the past 50 years has helped over 700 Pinellas County residents attend college on the basis of their academic ability, motivation, and financial need. To be eligible for a scholarship, the student applicant must:
- Be a U.S. citizen residing in Pinellas County
- Be a high school graduate with a grade point average of at least 3.00 OR
- Be a current or former college student who has demonstrated the ability to complete at least 12 credit hours in a single term with a GPA of 2.0 or higher
- Be a full time (12 credit hours) undergraduate student in a regionally accredited South Association of Colleges and Schools college or university
- Be a recipient of a Pell Grant
- For additional eligibility details and to access the application, visit www.rollins.edu/finaid/documents/FSASE1.
- Deadline: July 24, 2015