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Tuition & Aid

The next step to your new career is closer than you think.

Think Rollins’ top-ranked education is beyond your reach? Think again. 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.


The Aid to Advance

Each year, Rollins Professional Advancement students tap into nearly $4 million in financial aid.

  • 90%

    Percentage of Professional Advancement students who receive financial aid

  • $14K

    Average aid package for Professional Advancement students with demonstrated need.

  • $2K

    Average net annual tuition for Professional Advancement students with demonstrated need


Tuition

How much will it cost to finish your degree in Rollins’ Professional Advancement programs? Think of these tuition numbers simply as a starting point. After all, Rollins offers an array of scholarships and financial aid to offset the cost of tuition and help you afford the No. 1 regional university in the South. As you learn more about your financial journey to Rollins, remember two things: you can do this and we’re here to help.

The costs listed below are for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Full Four-Credit-Hour Course

$2,100

Half Course or Two-Credit-Hour Course

$1,050

Per Credit Hour

$525


Estimating Your Expenses

At Rollins, our commitment to your success starts before you’re even a student. While we’re confident that finishing your degree through Rollins’ Professional Advancement programs will be one of your life’s greatest investments, we also know that the cost of college is just one of the expenses you’ll have to juggle.

That’s why our financial aid officers assembled this estimate of annual expenses. Use this as a guide as you begin to plan your budget while you’re in college, and remember that our expert counselors are always ready to help steer you through the process.

The costs listed below are for the 2023-2024 academic year. Direct-billed expenses are highlighted in bold.

Cost of Attendance

Tuition

$12,600

Renting Apartment

$12,600

Living with Family

Off-Campus Housing

$17,030

Renting Apartment

$410

Living with Family

Food

$3,000

Renting Apartment

$3,000

Living with Family

Books

$760

Renting Apartment

$760

Living with Family

Personal

$1,810

Renting Apartment

$1,810

Living with Family

Transportation

$1,410

Renting Apartment

$1,410

Living with Family

Loan Fee

$80

Renting Apartment

$80

Living with Family

Total

$36,690

Renting Apartment

$20,070

Living with Family

Take the First Step

Applying to Rollins is the first step to finding out how much aid you qualify for. Start an admission application today with no application fee, no required test scores, nothing to lose, and everything to gain.

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Financial Aid Opportunities

In addition to Rollins scholarships, Professional Advancement students can tap into a wealth of grants and loans to finish their degree and unlock their earning potential.

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Scholarship Opportunities

Rollins offers students in its Professional Advancement programs an array of scholarships that make finishing your bachelor’s degree more affordable.

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Employer Reimbursement

Learn more about the employer tuition deferment process for Professional Advancement students.

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Forever GI Bill® and Yellow Ribbon Program

Rollins supports veterans and dependents of veterans as an active participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Admitted students will receive enough grant aid through the Veterans Administration and Rollins College to pay tuition and eligible fees.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.

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Loans

Student loans can be a practical way to make up the out-of-pocket cost of college. Here's what you need to know about the types of loans available for the Rollins Professional Development program.

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Connect with a Financial Aid Counselor

Schedule a phone call or video chat with one of our expert counselors to get answers to all your financial aid questions.

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