The demand for continuing education in our nation and Central Florida community continues to increase. Aging baby boomers, single parents, young professionals, bachelor's and master's degree seekers, and adults who want to improve and enhance their lives find their purpose and their place at Rollins College Hamilton Holt School.
Rollins College has a national reputation for excellence and is rated number one in the South by U.S. News & World Report. The College has a distinctive undergraduate Arts & Sciences program that offers a full residential experience, a nationally ranked Crummer Graduate School of Business MBA program, and outstanding undergraduate and graduate evening degree programs in the Hamilton Holt School.
The Hamilton Holt School features a wide range of bachelor's and master's degree programs, offered during evening hours and weekends, with small classes, dedicated faculty, and diverse students of all ages and backgrounds. The age of Hamilton Holt School undergraduates ranges from 17 to 75. Approximately 1,000 students enroll each year. Most students work part or full time and have family responsibilities. Many students receive scholarship support and other financial assistance thanks to generous supporters.
A great number of Hamilton Holt School students continue to live, work, and raise their families in Central Florida. Many of the Holt School's 12,000 alumni have earned advanced degrees and have gained prominence in their professionals. Their Rollins education continues to make a positive difference in their lives, empowering them to more effectively serve their communities as responsible leaders and global citizens.