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No matter where or when you started, you’ll finish stronger at Rollins.

Our flexible and affordable undergraduate degree programs are designed specifically for adult learners with busy lives. So whether you just finished your AA or you’re returning to school after some time away, Rollins provides the personalized support, expert mentorship, and top-ranked reputation you need to complete your bachelor’s degree and unlock your professional potential.

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From business and communications to health care management and elementary education, Rollins offers an array of bachelor’s degree programs designed to fit your busy life and accelerate your career.

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“I didn’t want to earn my education degree from just any college. I wanted substance, personal attention, and value, and I knew I’d get that at Rollins, where the faculty are so strong and there’s such a sense of community. The program exceeded my expectations and then some.”

Marybelle Doe ’21

Varying Exceptionalities Instructor, Cypress Creek High School

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News & Features

Get a glimpse of your Rollins experience by learning more about the people, programs, and places that make Rollins the No. 1 regional university in the South.

November 17, 2022

5 Reasons to Give Yourself the Gift of a Rollins Education This Holiday Season

Education is the greatest gift you can give yourself this holiday season, and we’re be here to help every step of the way.

November 10, 2022

Serving Those Who Have Honorably Served

With flexible class times, credits for military learning, and affordable financial options, Rollins offers an ecosystem of support for veterans as they return from service.

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September 19, 2022

Rollins Announces New Major in Community Health

Drawing on Rollins’ reputation as a leader in community engagement and social innovation, the new community health major in the College’s Professional Advancement program will prepare students to address the most pressing health-related issues of our time.