We’ve curated this application specifically for students who are transferring to Rollins from another college or university. From requirements and deadlines to ways to apply, you’ll find everything you need to complete your Rollins application.
Requirements for Transfer Applicants
- A completed application for admission
- A personal statement
- An official high school transcript. If you did not attend or finish high school, we require an official copy of your GED.
- Official copies of all college transcripts
- Official TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test scores if English is not your native language.
Deadlines for Admission
Transfer applicants can apply for fall or spring admission.
|Fall Priority Consideration||Apply By March 1|
|Fall Regular Decision||Apply By April 15|
|Spring Admission||Apply By November 15|
Three Ways to Apply
We’re all about making applying as simple as possible. That’s why we offer three easy ways to apply to Rollins—none of them require an application fee.
Our streamlined web application lets you apply to Rollins in just three simple steps. Get started today.
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Scholarships & Aid
At Rollins, transfer applicants are automatically considered for scholarships ranging from $6,000 to $24,000 per year as well as need-based financial aid. Explore our transfer student scholarships and find out what types of financial aid we offer in our financial aid guide. You can also get a rough approximation of what you’ll pay to attend Rollins by completing our Transfer Student Financial Aid Estimator.
Have your AA degree? Good news: You’ve met your gen ed requirements, and you’re ready to dive directly into your major. Even if you haven’t finished your AA, Rollins awards credit for classes with a grade of C- or higher, and we’ll will work with you to transfer up to 64 semester hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
You may already have college experience, but it’s still totally normal to have questions about transferring to Rollins. From how to transfer credits to standards and tools for admission, we’ve put together a list of our most frequently asked questions.