Rollins’ Professional Advancement students can tap into a wealth of financial assistance in the form of Federal Pell Grants, Direct Loans, the Effective Access to Education Grant, the Florida Student Assistance Grant, federal loans, and other grants.
Federal Pell Grant
Eligibility for this need-based federal program is determined through the financial aid application process. The maximum number of semesters a student may receive the Federal Pell Grant is the equivalent of 12 full-time semesters. The award is annually renewable by completing the FAFSA (and showing demonstrated need) and maintaining a 2.0 GPA with at least a 67 percent completion rate of attempted courses.
Bright Futures Scholarship
Effective Access to Education Grant
The Effective Access to Education Grant (EASE) awards up to $2,000 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.
Understanding Financial Aid
In this video series, Rollins financial aid counselors provide detailed answers to some of the commonly asked questions about financial aid and scholarships.
Florida State Aid Explained
Marissa Sanchez Delgado, Rollins’ Assistant Director of Financial Aid, breaks down some of the most commonly asked questions about Florida state financial aid, including Bright Futures and EASE grants.
Financial Aid for Veterans & Their Families
Cory Baden, Rollins Director of Student Account Services, answers frequently asked questions about financial aid for veterans, including the Yellow Ribbon Program, Post-9/11 GI Bill, and more.
How to Fill Out the FAFSA
Cory Baden, Rollins Director of Student Account Services, answers some of the most commonly asked questions about filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA.
Take the First Step
Applying to Rollins is the first step to finding out how much aid you qualify for. Start an admission application today with no application fee, no required test scores, nothing to lose, and everything to gain.