Located in the heart of Central Florida, Rollins College Hamilton Holt School offers top-ranked undergraduate and graduate programs at a competitive price, and our evening degree programs enable adult learners in the greater Orlando area to take control of their academic endeavors.
Here you’ll find the same great level of academic rigor that you would at any other esteemed residential college, but with a slight difference: our programs are designed with working adults in mind. We know the challenge of balancing life, work, family, and education, and we don’t think you should have to sacrifice one area for another. For that reason, our evening classes allow you to pursue bachelor's and master's degrees at a time that fits your schedule.
Whether you’re looking to return to school after a few years, or you're on a continuing quest for knowledge, we have your back. Our courses and faculty challenge you to reach your full academic potential, while our wide-range of academic resources provide you with the tools and help you need to succeed.
Just because you’re looking for self-improvement doesn’t mean you have to go it alone. Our classes encourage the type of academic discussion that fosters community and friendship. And Rollins offers a variety of ways for you to become involved in the campus and the community outside of the classroom.
The Center offers innovative liberal arts programming for adults 50 and older from Winter Park, Maitland, Eatonville, and the surrounding communities beginning Fall 20l3. The noncredit courses will last four weeks and will feature current and emeritus faculty from Rollins. Annual memberships are $200 and include participation in noncredit courses offered through the Center. Scholarships and fee reductions for those in financial need are available.
For more information, visit the Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning page.