Rollins College

Rollins Evening Degree Program Offers Undergraduate Tuition Grants

November 03, 2008

Media Contact: Terrie Cole, 407-646-2232

Rollins Evening Degree Program Offers Undergraduate Tuition Grants

Winter Park, Fla. (November 3, 2008) – Rollins College Hamilton Holt School is currently accepting applications for undergraduate tuition grants and scholarships for students wishing to enroll in its evening bachelor’s degree program during the spring, summer or fall 2009 terms.

Information about the grants and the application process can be viewed at Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade-point average. Documentation of demonstrated financial need is required.

The application deadline for spring/summer 2009 Early Entrance Grants is November 14.  The spring term begins January 12.

The Hamilton Holt School is the evening studies division of Rollins College. The programs were designed especially for working adults seeking personal or professional growth from an expert, but supportive, faculty. Holt offers an evening bachelor’s degree program (majors include: anthropology, economics, education, English, environmental and growth management studies, humanities, international affairs, music, organizational behavior, organizational communication, psychology; minors include: business, Latin American and Caribbean Affairs, philosophy and religious studies, women’s studies, and writing).

The Holt School also offers five master’s degree programs (master of arts in mental health counseling or school counseling, master of arts in teaching: elementary education, Florida teacher certification programs, master’s degree in human resources, master’s degree in liberal studies, and a master of arts in corporate communication and technology).
For more information on the Holt School at Rollins College please visit

©2009 Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789  407.646.2000