How to Apply for Financial Aid

Interested students are encouraged to call or visit the Financial Aid Office. Counselors are available Monday through Friday by phone or on a walk-in basis from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m, both in Carnegie Hall or Rinker Building. 

General Application Procedures

  • Apply and be accepted to the Hamilton Holt School.

  • Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to follow the instructions and list Rollins College, code 001515 as a recipient of the information. Do not mail any other forms with the FAFSA application. Allow two weeks for processing if you have been admitted to the Hamilton Holt School.

  • Learn more about financial aid available to students in the Hamilton Holt School including scholarships, grants, loans, and work study opportunities. For more information on financial aid, please call the office of financial aid at (407) 646-2395 or email finaid@rollins.edu.

Financial Aid Office - Holt 
Carnegie Hall
1000 Holt Ave. – 2721
Winter Park, FL 32789 
T. 407.646.2395
F. 407.646.2173
finaid@rollins.edu

Financial Aid Opportunities

The Hamilton Holt School offers financial assistance to students in the form of scholarships, Federal Pell Grants, Direct Loans, the Florida Resident Access Grant, the Florida Student Assistance Grant and other loans and grants.

 

Hamilton Holt Opportunities

Undergraduate Scholarships 

The Hamilton Holt School Scholarship Program was established to provide financial assistance to qualified students who might otherwise be unable to pursue their education. The Holt School Scholarship Fund, established almost thirty years ago, has awarded over $5 million in scholarships to Holt students through the generous support of individual and corporate donors. The application guidelines are now online.

Graduate Scholarships 

Many of our graduate programs offer scholarships and tuition discount opportunities.

Graduate Assistantships

View open graduate assistantship positions at Rollins Careers in the "Students" section or click here for additional graduate assistantships open to students in the Graduate Counseling program.

International Travel Grants
As part of the institutional mission of Rollins College, the Hamilton Holt School is committed to the education of students for global citizenship (Rollins College Mission Statement). Hamilton Holt School students are encouraged to consider international travel opportunities sponsored by the Office of International Programs or other accredited institutions of higher education. Partial scholarship support is available for academic travel experiences. Qualified students may consult the online guidelines for application deadlines and procedures.

 

 

Other Funding Opportunities

Pell Grant ($0 - $6,345)

A need-based federal program. Eligibility for this award is determined through the financial aid application process. Maximum number of semesters a student may receive the Federal Pell Grant is the equivalent of 12 full-time semesters. Annually renewable by completing the FAFSA (and showing demonstrated need) and maintaining a 2.0 GPA with at least a 67% completion rate of attempted courses.

Bright Futures Scholarship

2020-2021 Yearly Amount:

  • Florida Academic Scholars Award = $211 per credit hour + $300 book allowance
  • Florida Medallion Scholars Award = $158 per credit hour

To learn more, please visit floridastudentfinancialaid.org

Effective Access to Education Grant ($2,841)

The Effective Access to Education Grant (EASE) awards up to $2,841 per year to undergraduates who have been Florida residents for 12 consecutive months, regardless of financial need. You must be enrolled full-time (12 credit hours per term) and you must complete your coursework to remain eligible. Florida residents should complete and return the Florida Residency Affidavit in their first semester at Rollins.

Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans

A Federal Direct Loan is a low-interest-rate loan for students that can be used to help pay for your college education. Eligibility for this award is determined through the financial aid application process. Annually renewable by completing the FAFSA (and showing demonstrated need) and maintaining a 2.0 GPA with at least a 67% completion rate of attempted courses.