Financial Aid

Other Scholarships

Learn more about other Rollins scholarships as well as private/outside scholarships that are available from businesses, clubs, organizations, and employers.

Private/Outside Scholarships

Private/outside scholarships are available from businesses, clubs, organizations and employers. Many Rollins students receive outside scholarships in addition to other types of federal, state, and Rollins financial aid. Students generally seek these scholarships on their own through a variety of avenues. Two good sources for these scholarships are and

Check back often as scholarships are added periodically from organizations who contact Rollins directly. We will also conduct an internal search and notify students who appear to meet the minimum requirements for these scholarships. For specific questions on these scholarships, please contact the organization listed on the application or website.

Veterans, please visit for a list of veteran-specific scholarships. In addition, the Veterans Helping Veterans Scholarship information is located at

Rollins Bonner Leaders

A four-year, cohort-based community service opportunity, the Rollins College Bonner Leaders Program provides scholarships to incoming students who are passionate about working directly with local non-profit organizations throughout the academic year. Designed for full-time undergraduate students in the Rollins College of Liberal Arts, the Bonner Leaders Program empowers recipients to address some of the greatest challenges of our time through community-based learning and service.

How It Works
Bonner Leaders:

  • Serve 6-8 hours per week within the community
  • Participate in a training and enrichment program to supplement their knowledge and skills

Are dedicated to six common areas:

  • Social justice
  • Diversity
  • Community building
  • Spiritual exploration
  • Civic engagement
  • International perspective

Each Bonner Leader receives a $3,000 annual scholarship through their participation in the program. Please visit the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement for additional information.

New Outside Scholarship!

Albert K. Murray Fine Arts Grant --Scholarships vary. Must be full time in an art degree program. Several deadline dates throughout the year (July 31, October 31, January 31, and April 30). Please review the application for detailed information or contact Dr. Marion C. Gilliland, Chair, Scholarship Committee at 740-796-4797.

Community Foundation for Brevard County -- Scholarships vary and are available for students who reside in Brevard County with preference given to those who graduated from a Brevard County High School. Please visit for specific opportunities. Timeframe: September 25 - November 8, 2018.

Education Dynamics -- $1,000 scholarship is available for veterans, active duty, and, uniquely, spouses of veterans. The only other requirements are a) a brief essay and b) that the applicant is a legal resident of the US, are currently enrolled in a college, university, or trade school (or will be starting by Fall, 2018).  Visit for more information.

Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship -- minimum $4,000 scholarship based on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Open to any high school senior who is a U.S. citizen. Visit for more information. Applications are currently closed, but will reopen fall 2018. 

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarships -- This scholarship rewards excellence by supporting high-achieving high school seniors with financial need. Open to high school seniors.  Visit for more information. Applications are currently closed, but will reopen September 2018.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships -- Up to a $45,000 scholarship which honors excellence by supporting outstanding community college students with financial need who transfer to and complete their bachelor’s degree. Visit for more information. Applications are currently closed, but will reopen August 2018.

Support Our Scholars: Up to a $10,000 stipend over four years. Download application. Then, email application and all required documents to

The 49 Fund at Central Florida Foundation Scholarship: The Fund will award up to 10 local LGBT students $4,900 each. To qualify, students must be identified as "out" and a member of the LGBT community, earn a 3.0 GPA, and demonstrate a commitment to making Central Florida a better place. For more information, please visit The application deadline is March 21, 2018.