Tuition Exchange Programs
How to Participate
Rollins College is a member of the ACS Tuition Exchange Program, a consortium of 16 participating institutions, and the Tuition Exchange, Inc. (TE) Program, a national organization comprised of over 625 colleges and universities.
The process starts by contacting your ACS or Tuition Exchange Liaison at your home institution. Once your institution approves your application, Rollins College will be notified of your eligibility. In the meantime, make sure to complete your Rollins College admission application and see below for further details. If you are a Rollins College employee, please see the Tuition Exchange Program for Dependents of Faculty and Staff policy for more information.
First-time, first-year, full-time undergraduate students who are eligible through their parent’s employer should contact the ACS/Tuition Exchange Liaison Officer at your home institution. Once Rollins College receives your certification application from your home institution and your Rollins College admission application, recipients will be selected based on a comprehensive review of your application for admission. Specifically, students who have distinguished themselves through outstanding performance in a rigorous high school curriculum and demonstrated leadership in their schools and communities will be the most competitive.
Admission application and ACS/Tuition Exchange certification is due by January 5.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I do not receive an ACS/Tuition Exchange Scholarship?
Rollins College offers many other academic scholarships ranging from $10,000 - $32,000 per year. If you are admitted to Rollins, academic scholarship notifications are included in your admission letter.
What is the award amount?
ACS recipients will receive the cost of tuition. TE recipients will receive $40,000 (for the 2023-2024 academic year).
How many awards are available?
Ten (10) awards under each program will be granted.