Apply to the Accelerated Master’s Degree Program

Apply in 3 Simple Steps

We’ve created this application specifically for current Rollins students who are applying to an Accelerated Master’s Degree Program during their junior year. From requirements and deadlines to ways to apply, you’ll find everything you need to complete your application.

  • Statement of Purpose

    Submit a two- to three-page statement of purpose to clarify your expectations of the graduate program you’re applying to and explain why you believe this program is the right fit for you.

  • Resume & Recommendations

    A resume reflecting your current position and/or volunteer experience and two letters of recommendation must be submitted via the online application process.

Apply by April 1

The deadline to apply to Rollins’ Accelerated Master’s Program is April 1. Applications received after April 1 will continue to be reviewed on a space-available basis.

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Guaranteed Admission

Accelerated Master’s Degree program applicants with a minimum cumulative Rollins GPA of 3.0 will be offered guaranteed admission.

Program Requirements & Benefits

  • Applicants must be in junior standing to apply and must achieve senior standing before beginning graduate-level coursework.
  • Students in any major from either the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) or Professional Advancement are eligible to apply to any participating graduate program—specific pre-requisite courses are not required.
  • As a current Rollins student, you do not need to submit transcripts—your academic transcripts are retrieved on your behalf. There’s no application fee required, and you do not need to submit any test scores.
  • You can begin graduate courses in your senior year. That means you can use your current merit-based scholarships and financial aid toward graduate courses completed during your senior year.
  • After you’re admitted, you’re not required to submit an enrollment deposit. You will just need to confirm your spot in the incoming class.

Frequently Asked Questions

We want the process of applying to Rollins to be as easy as possible. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help guide you. From understanding your credits to working with financial aid, we have answers to all of your questions.

Everything You Need to Know
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Questions About Applying?

The individualized attention you receive as a Rollins student begins long before you’re actually a student. Get answers to all your questions by connecting with our graduate admission counselors.

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