Graphic Design Certificate Enrollment & Financing
Admissions requirements help ensure our graduates are qualified for employment after earning a graphic design certificate and are prepared for the challenging education offered at Rollins College.
Limited Time Discount Opportunity
Join the exciting world of Graphic Design at a discounted rate! Enroll between October 16 and December 31, 2014 and receive a 15% discount off the already low tuition of $4995. *Discount only applies to the March 2, 2015 program and full tuition must be paid on or before Dec 31, 2014 to receive the 15% discount. Mailed-in payments must be postmarked by December 31.
Graphic Design Enrollment Requirements:
- A 4-year undergraduate degree OR the equivalent of 4 years of professional work experience, not necessarily in the design field
- A Computer with internet access and high speed connection, loaded with the Adobe Creative Suite (visit www.adobe.com to purchase this software)
- Basic working knowledge of computers, word-processing skills and the internet.
Graphic Design Certificate Program Tuition
Tuition for the Certificate Program in Graphic Design is $4,995. This cost includes tuition, access to our online learning system, hands on learning in our computer lab, your textbooks and classroom learning materials. You are required to purchase the Adobe Creative Suite for use on your own home computer. This is necessary for independent homework assignments and your final capstone project.
Need a little financial help for tuition?
As a non-credit certificate program, the Rollins Graphic Design Certificate program does not qualify for federal financial aid programs and you will not be eligible through FAFSA. For more information about options for financing your enrollment fee please contact a Program Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are no refunds for certificate programs. Participants may transfer to a future program (within one year of your original program), with no penalty, with program advisor approval. Transfers are limited to one occurrence.