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Financial Aid

Few investments in life are as monumental as that of a college education. As such, no other investment promises the lifelong dividends the right college education promises. At Rollins, we believe that value is everything and the Office of Financial Aid is dedicated to providing the tools and resources necessary to help you invest in a Rollins education.

Have a question? Prospective students or current students can sign up for a video chat with one of our financial aid counselors or email us to arrange a phone call. 

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Have a question? Prospective students or current students can sign up for a video chat with one of our financial aid counselors or email us to arrange a phone call. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

In response to state and federal directives regarding COVID-19 and for the safety of our students, Rollins College is currently working remotely. Prospective students and current students can sign up for a video chat, email us, or call us at 407-646-2395 for assistance. The College’s response and updates are available at https://emergency.rollins.edu/.

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II)

Congress recently authorized HEERF II which is in addition to last spring’s CARES Act emergency funding. Rollins will distribute our share of funds by prioritizing currently enrolled undergraduate students with exceptional need as determined by the 2020-2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as instructed by Congress. A limited amount is also available for graduate students and undergraduate students who are not receiving a Federal Pell Grant. Grants will range between $200 to $1,500. No additional application is required. Students will be notified via email if they will receive a grant by March 1st

Students may use their HEERF II funds toward an outstanding balance on their student account. This is optional and will in no way impact your eligibility or the amount of the grant. Simply follow the link in the notification email to apply the grant to your student account.

If you are an international student or a student who is ineligible to complete the FAFSA, Rollins has funding available for student emergencies through generous donations. Please complete the application as soon as possible.

College of Liberal Arts

Fall 2020

September 14: First day of the fall semester
September 15: Financial aid disbursements begin
September 30: Student Account Services begins the fall refund process. 
October 1: 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available
December 1: New and returning student priority deadline for 2021-22 FAFSA completion and submission of all financial aid documents
December 18: End of fall 2020 semester

Spring 2021

January 19: First day of the spring semester
January 22: Financial aid disbursements begin
January 31: Priority deadline to submit Florida Residency Affidavit for the spring term. Forms will be accepted after this date and added to the wait list.
February 3: Student Account Services begins the spring refund process. 
April 30: End of spring 2021 semester

Hamilton Holt

Fall 2020

September 14: First day of the fall semester
September 15: Financial aid disbursements begin
September 30: Student Account Services begins the fall refund process. 
October 1: 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available
December 1: New and returning student priority deadline for 2021-22 FAFSA completion and submission of all financial aid documents
December 18: End of fall 2020 semester

Spring 2021

January 19: First day of the spring semester
January 22: Financial aid disbursements begin
January 31: Priority deadline to submit Florida Residency Affidavit for the spring term. Forms will be accepted after this date and added to the wait list.
February 3: Student Account Services begins the spring refund process. 
April 30: End of spring 2021 semester

Crummer

Make sure you file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at least two weeks prior to the start of the academic year. For your specific Crummer Graduate School of Business academic program, please visit the Crummer Business School website.

For additional information on billing and refunds, please visit Student Account Services.