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.
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 96 percent of them—receive more than $89 million in combined federal, state, and institutional aid. On average, first-year students with a demonstrated need receive as much as $35,000 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.
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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.
A World of Support
It’s completely normal for first-time applicants (and parents) to feel overwhelmed by the many financial aid options available to incoming students. Let us help you navigate the possibilities. If you need additional help after going through your options, our admission counselors are standing by to help you sort it out.
Rollins offers a plethora of merit-based awards for students looking for aid based on their demonstrated needs and academic or athletic ability.
We offer need-based grants at the school, state, and federal level that range from $2,000 to $55,000 per year.
Student loans are a practical way to make up the out-of-pocket cost of college, but how do you know which type of loan is available to you?
Earn part-time wages to put toward tuition and gain valuable experience working on campus.
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.
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.
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.