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COVID-19 Admission FAQs

Our admission team is here to help you navigate through these uncertain times.

We have extended our deadline to commit to Rollins to June 15 to give you more time. If you are not able to make your college decision by June 15, please reach out to your admission counselor so we can work with you.

No. Admission and merit scholarships will be honored.

Rollins’ transfer credit policy allows transfer of P grades when the issuing institution defines the P grade as being a C- or higher.

Yes, the application fee is waived for all new applicants. For high school seniors applying through the Rollins or Coalition applications the fee is waived automatically, and for those applying through the Common application, choose the “school specific fee waiver” option and then choose “I have been impacted by the global disruption being caused by COVID-19."

For transfer students applying through the Rollins or Coalition applications the fee is waived automatically, and for those apply through the Common Application, choose the COVID19 fee waiver option.

We understand that this pandemic is greatly impacting communities and individual family circumstances. If you experience a change of financial circumstances due to COVID-19, please email financial aid at finaid@rollins.edu detailing the change of circumstances and request a reconsideration of aid. You may also schedule a video chat with a financial aid counselor to discuss your situation.

Yes. If you are already committed (deposited), we would be happy to review a deferral request. Please fill out the deferral form, and we will follow up with next steps.

Rollins plans to award AP/IB credit as we have in the past. For information, review our AP and IB credit policies.

Rollins will continue to practice holistic admission review, understanding that this spring semester presents extraordinary circumstances for standardized testing and grading. We have been a Test Optional School for over 10 years and that is a viable option for students wishing to apply for fall 2021 who were not able to sit for the SAT or ACT. For more information, visit our Test Score Waived page.

Rollins will accept an unofficial copy of your high school or college transcript during this time. When you are able to send an official copy, we will ask for that.