Clinical Mental Health Counseling Tuition & Scholarships

We want every deserving student to gain access to Rollins’ personalized learning environment and transformational educational experience. That’s why we keep tuition to our Master of Mental Health Counseling program as low as possible and offer scholarships to offset the cost of tuition.


Some additional fees may apply for various courses. Future costs are estimated based on expected annual tuition increases.

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Estimating Your Expenses

While we’re confident that earning your master’s degree from Rollins will be one of your life’s greatest investments, we also know that the cost of college is just one of the expenses you’ll have to juggle. That’s why our financial aid officers assembled this estimate of annual expenses. Use this as a guide as you begin to plan your budget while you’re in graduate school, and remember that our expert counselors are always ready to help steer you through the process.

The costs listed below are for the 2024-2025 academic year. Fees paid to Rollins are in bold in the cost column.

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Counseling Scholarships

A $1,000 counseling scholarship will be awarded to selected fully admitted, degree-seeking students with an overall undergraduate 3.2 GPA or higher from an accredited institution. Awards also consider financial circumstances, demonstrated social justice advocacy, and attempts to maintain a diverse student body. The number of awards will be determined based on funds available each academic year.

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Financial Aid Opportunities

Graduate students are encouraged to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if they're eligible. In addition, our financial aid counselors have created a loan resource to help you decide on the right path to pay for your college education.

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Counseling Graduate Assistantships

The Graduate Counseling Program funds five graduate assistantship positions. The students selected for these appointments hold various positions on campus and receive compensation to cover the cost of their courses. These roles will be shared in March directly with eligible students.

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Connect with a Financial Aid Counselor

Schedule a phone call or video chat with one of our expert counselors to get answers to all your financial aid questions.

Schedule an Appointment