Financial Aid

In terms of value, Rollins offers a lot of bang for your buck, from small class sizes to learning opportunities you won’t find anywhere else, like student-faculty collaborative research and immersive study abroad experiences. Each year, our students—about 94 percent of them—receive more than $98 million in combined federal, state, and institutional aid. On average, first-year students with a demonstrated need receive as much as $40,100 in financial support, which can go a long way toward making the dream of a Rollins education a reality. Let us show you how affordable Rollins really is.

Ample Aid

Investing in your education is a proven payoff. With the combined support of state, federal, and Rollins resources, we can help you maximize your returns.

  • 94%

    of students receive financial aid

  • $98M

    Annual aid available to Rollins students

  • $40K

    Average aid package for first-years with demonstrated need

  • Top50

    in the nation for merit-based aid
Rollins student graduates with an MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business.

Cost of Attendance

College is one of the most important investments you’ll make during your lifetime, and choosing the right college can provide enduring returns in your career and beyond. Our financial aid experts are here to guide you every step of the way, so attending the school of your dreams has never been easier or more accessible.

Tuition & Fees

Financial Aid FAQs & Consumer Information

How do I apply for scholarships? When should I fill out my FAFSA? Am I eligible for need-based aid? Rollins’ financial aid experts have answers to all of your questions about affording the college of your dreams.

Your Questions, Answered
The mobile version of the net price calculator.

Net Price Calculator

Don’t let the advertised cost of college fool you: A vast majority of our students qualify for aid that can drastically reduce the cost of attendance. Our net price calculator tool can help you estimate the real cost of college and explore aid options that are right for you.

Estimate your costs

File Your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The FAFSA opens in December. Learn how to fill out your FAFSA with our step-by-step guide, from required documents to questions to expect.

How To Apply To The FAFSA

Financial Aid Forms

Access most forms requested by the Financial Aid Office, including standard verification worksheets, certification of citizenship, Florida residency affidavit, and more, as well as how to upload completed forms to the office.

A financial aid counselor helps a student understand her financial aid package.

Connect with a Financial Aid Counselor

Schedule a phone call or video chat with one of our expert counselors to get answers to all your financial aid questions.

Schedule an Appointment