Admission to Rollins is highly selective. Many factors are considered in the admission process, including each candidate’s academic record, talents, interests, and potential to contribute to the Rollins community.
TSWO allows applicants to apply without their standardized test scores. You'll need to submit a personal representation telling us about yourself. You may submit this personal representation as a 1-minute YouTube video or a PowerPoint presentation of 6-8 slides. Please email your YouTube video link or your PowerPoint presentation to email@example.com. Be sure to include your name and address and/or high school so we can identify you.
AMP at Rollins combines a four-year Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a two-year Master of Business Administration (MBA) into a five-year program. The first three years are spent working on the student's undergraduate degree while the final two years are completed in the Early Advantage MBA Program (EAMBA) at the Crummer Graduate School of Business.
Students whose first choice is Rollins are encouraged to apply Early Decision. Early Decision is a binding program, and accepted students are expected to enroll. You must complete and return the Early Decision Agreement Form to be considered for Early Decision. Advantages of Early Decision include priority consideration for admission and academic scholarships, and an early financial aid estimate for financial aid applicants.
Deadline: November 15
Notification Date: December 15
Enrollment Deposit Due: January 15
Deadline: January 15
Notification Date: February 1
Enrollment Deposit Due: March 1
The final admission application deadline. Applications received after this date are considered on a space-available basis.
Deadline: February 15
Notification Date: April 1
Enrollment Deposit Date: May 1
Applicants who expect to be considered for scholarships should submit a completed application by January 5 for priority consideration.
To be considered for the limited number of first-year openings available each spring semester, you should submit all application information by November 1. Should you have questions about spring semester admission you may contact the
Director of Spring Admission, who serves as your liaison to Rollins. For more information about spring admission, please click here.
If you are an extraordinary high school student, you may be considered for admission at the conclusion of your junior year, provided all other admission requirements are satisfied. Early Admission candidates should apply through the Regular Decision cycle.
Credit is awarded for Advanced Placement Exams, International Baccalaureate programs, or dual enrollment courses. A score of 4 or 5 on an Advance Placement Exam is worth one elective course credit. Grades of C or better on most British GCE A-Level exams are worth two course credits each, and up to eight course credits may be awarded for the German Abitur.
Designed for students with exceptional abilities, the Honors Degree program admits first-year students with a superior record of academic achievement and leads to a distinct and separate undergraduate degree-Artium Baccalaureus Honoris-the Honors Bachelor of Arts Degree. First-year accepted students chosen for initiation into the Honors Degree Program receive notification from the Director of the Honors Program shortly after learning of their acceptance to Rollins.
Honors Students complete a core of interdisciplinary courses designed to provide an integrated understanding of the liberal arts. A series of four team-taught seminars during their first and second years introduces students to the various methods of inquiry in a liberal education. Honors seminars in the third and fourth years support significant independent research projects that represent the culmination of students' Honors experience at Rollins. More information about the Honors Degree Program is available on the Honors website.
A candidate wishing to appeal an admission decision or to request reconsideration for a merit scholarship should submit a written appeal by email or letter to their admission counselor. The appeal should contain reasons for the appeal and supporting documentation including new or updated information (grades, test scores, etc.). Decisions resulting from appeals are final.