Paralegal Certificate Enrollment & Financing
This is an open enrollment program. In order to enroll, you must submit full payment and a registration form or complete the payment plan form. We recommended that you register two weeks prior to a course start date.
To enroll in the Rollins Paralegal Certificate program complete the following 2 steps:
- Click here to complete the registration form
- Submit your payment for the program or fill out this form to qualify for the Paralegal Payment Plan.
Once you register for the course, we will send more information on how to submit your payment.
Prerequisite for the Paralegal Program
To ensure our graduates are qualified for employment after earning a paralegal studies certificate and are prepared for the challenging education in this program, we require: a 4-year undergraduate degree OR the equivalent of 4 years of professional work experience (does not have to be in the legal field).
Paralegal Certificate Program Price
The Certificate Program in Paralegal Studies is $4,995. This cost includes:
- Access to our online learning system
- All books and course materials, including access to Lexis Nexis during the Legal Research & Writing portion of the program.
There are no additional costs or fees. If you are interested in enhancing your professional legal credibility, training, employment prospects and income potential, the Rollins College Paralegal Studies Certificate is for you!
Need a little financial help for tuition?
There are several payment and loan options that may help you pay cover the cost of your certificate.
Rollins Paralegal Payment Plan
Use our convenient payment plan option to split up your payments over three easy installments.
Installment 1 – The first payment is $1815 and is due at the time of registration. This payment will secure your spot in the Paralegal Certificate.
Installment 2 – The second payment is $1590 and is due two months after the program begins.
Installment 3 – The final payment is $1590 and is due four months after the program begins.It is fast and simple to apply for the Rollins Paralegal Payment Plan. Click here to download the form to get started.
You can also take out a secured or unsecured loan from Fifth Third Bank to cover your tuition costs. Here is the closest location for Fifth Third Bank and they approve on the spot.
5/3 Bank Lakemont
2011 Aloma Ave.
Winter Park FL 32792
You could also check out Trustco, or your own financial institution.
Sallie Mae Smart Loan
Sallie Mae offers a Sallie Mae Smart Loan which is a low interest loan to cover the cost of non-credit programs. To apply for a Sallie Mae loan:
- Click on this link, which will take you to the application.
- As you complete the application, use the following title and number "Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning 001515-99".
- If you are confirmed for a loan, Sallie Mae will also alert Rollins. You can then be enrolled in the program.
For questions during the process or assistance in completing the application please contact Sallie Mae directly at (877) 279-7172.
If you have any questions about financing, feel free to contact the Program Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Some paralegal certificate programs sell out weeks before the start date. If you plan to apply for a loan, begin your application early to allow adequate processing time. We also recommend inquiring with your banking institution or local credit union for a private base loan or educational loan.
As a non-credit certificate program, the Paralegal Certificate program does not qualify for most federal financial aid programs such as FAFSA or grant funding. The majority of financial aid programs are only available to students attending credit courses which lead to a degree or other academic credential. Since this is a non-credit course, we are unable to process these traditional forms of financial aid. FAFSA is used only for degree programs and not non-credit certificate programs.
Refund PolicyThere 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.