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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/.

New Fall 2020 Students

Special Circumstances

If your family’s circumstances have changed since completing the 2020-2021 FAFSA, please contact our office. Loss of income, excessive medical expenses, and other situations may impact your family’s ability to fund your education. We will review your situation to determine if additional aid is available. If you have additional questions about admissions, please visit: Admission COVID-19 FAQs.

Current Rollins Students

COVID-19 Special Circumstances

Rollins has exhausted its current allocation of CARES Act funding. Click here to see the CARES Act Expenditure Report. If you are in need of financial assistance, please see the Special Circumstances below and contact our office. Rollins is also here to assist you beyond financial support. If you’d like to discuss other resources and options, please contact the Office of Student and Family Care at care@rollins.edu

Special Circumstances for 2021

If your family’s circumstances have changed since completing the 2020-2021 FAFSA, please contact our office. Loss of income, excessive medical expenses, and other situations may impact your family’s ability to fund your education. We will review your situation to determine if additional aid is available.

Grade Impact for Spring 2020

Students are eligible to elect a P, PD, and NP grading system for spring 2020. These grades will impact your financial aid renewal similar to a credit/no credit grade. If you receive a P or PD, the credits will count towards your financial aid renewal. If you receive an NP, then the credits do not count and may impact the renewal of State of Florida financial aid such as EASE and Bright Futures, other financial aid, and your Satisfactory Academic Progress. Please contact our office to discuss your specific situation.

Student Loans

The Department of Education has released new guidance on the temporary suspension of interest and payments on certain federal student loans. Please read the April 1st release for more information.