5 Reasons to Give Yourself the Gift of a Rollins Education This Holiday Season
November 17, 2022
By Office of Marketing
Education is the greatest gift you can give yourself this holiday season, and we’re be here to help every step of the way.
From our top-ranked academic programs featuring individualized attention to our award-winning faculty and staff, Rollins’ Professional Advancement programs are dedicated to empowering our graduates to pursue meaningful lives and productive careers.
From career advancement to maximizing your earning potential, explore five reasons why an education from Rollins is the perfect gift to give yourself this year.
We provide flexibility to thrive.
Finishing your degree at Rollins will be one of your life’s most important milestones, but from work to family, we know it’s just one of the priorities you’re juggling. From classes scheduled around work to a consolidated calendar, we’ve baked flexibility into every aspect of our programs, which are specifically designed for adult learners with busy lives. Our classes are conveniently timed to suit your schedule and only meet once per week. We also offer part- and full-time tracks, which allow you to earn your degree at your own pace.
We guarantee admission.
Rollins accepts most college-level credit earned at accredited institutions, and we don’t have limited-access majors, increasing transfer credits that apply directly to your major requirements. You are guaranteed admission to Rollins’ Professional Advancement programs with a minimum 2.8 cumulative GPA, and we’ll even help create an individualized course plan based on your transfer credits and completion timeline. From our guaranteed admission policy to a custom-built pathway to graduation, we’re committed to helping you finish stronger.
Our personalized approach.
Our personalized learning environment is designed to maximize engagement and give you the expert support you need to thrive in our classrooms and in your new career. With an average class size of just 14, you’ll find no overflowing auditoriums, boring lectures, or uninspired professors on America’s most beautiful campus. It’s about application over memorization, mentoring over lecturing, and hands-on research over data downloading.
Did you know that nearly 90 percent of Rollins students receive financial aid? Each year, Rollins Professional Advancement students tap into nearly $4 million in scholarships and financial aid. Tuition for Rollins’ Professional Advancement programs is comparable to that of Valencia College, Seminole State College, and the University of Central Florida, and we offer ample scholarships and financial aid to help make your dream of finishing your degree a reality.
We believe you deserve more.
You deserve a career you love—a career that fulfills you and allows you to create a brighter future for your family. You deserve an education that stands the test of time, equipping you with the knowledge and tools to thrive no matter what the future throws at you. You deserve personalized attention inside and outside the classroom and professors who not only know your name but make your goals and dreams their top priority. You deserve a college that puts you first and a community whose main mission is to make sure you succeed. You deserve more. You deserve Rollins.
Take a Closer Look
From virtual and on-campus information sessions to one-on-one meetings with an admission counselor, Rollins offers an array of ways to learn about our flexible and affordable Professional Advancement degree programs, seamless transfer experience, guaranteed admission policy, and more.
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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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By supporting financial aid at Rollins, Trustee Allan E. Keen ’70 ’71MBA ’10H is helping to provide generations of Tars access to the best in liberal arts education.
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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.