Transfer students must meet all general education curriculum and major requirements to earn a Rollins College degree. The Office of Student Records reviews and evaluates courses taken at other institutions and determines courses/credit to be accepted and any general education requirements those courses fulfill. Students who enter Rollins College ready to declare their major program of study may request a major course evaluation from the Office of Student Records.
Transfer Credit Database
This transfer equivalency site is provided as a guide to how many classes taken at other colleges or universities may transfer to Rollins. The Office of Student Records at Rollins College will make final determinations on transferability of credit.
Credits Accepted From Regionally Accredited Institutions
In the evaluation of transfer credit, four (4) semester hours equals one Rollins course.
Transfer credit is awarded only for coursework taken at regionally accredited institutions.
Transfer credit is not awarded for courses with a grade below ‘C-,’ courses taken by mail, or coursework not typically offered in a liberal arts college.
No more than the equivalent of sixty-four (64) semester hours of credit are accepted from a two-year institution.
Students with sixty (60) semester hours of credit enter Rollins College with junior standing, but may need additional time to fulfill the requirements of specific majors.
Have Your AA? You’ve Met Gen Ed Requirements
Rollins College participates in an articulation agreement between the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF) and the Florida Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Development.
Through this participation, students who enter Rollins with a completed Associate of Arts (AA) degree from a regionally accredited community college or state college and transfer a total of sixty (60) semester hours will matriculate with junior standing.
Transfer credits/hours must meet the same standards and program requirements as those for native Rollins students.
As part of the College’s participation in the ICUF Articulation Agreement, General Education Curriculum Requirements are waived for students with an AA degree from a regionally accredited community college or state college as well.
Upper-level writing reinforcement and oral communication requirements, both part of the College’s general education curriculum, are infused into one or more upper-level courses within each major course of study.
Personalized Roadmap to Finish Your Degree
Moreover, students must be enrolled full-time during the last two (2) consecutive semesters (excluding summer terms).
Students must complete a minimum of 140 semester hours of academic work, of which at least sixty-four (64) semester hours must be outside a single department prefix.
All students must complete a minimum of sixteen (16) semester hours that are not used to meet either a general education curriculum or major requirement.