Jul 12, 2020  
2019-20 Hamilton Holt Undergraduate 
    
2019-20 Hamilton Holt Undergraduate

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID


The mission of the Financial Aid Office is to assist students and their families with managing the cost of a Rollins education. Services include the following:

  • financial aid awards to qualified students in the form of loans, grants, scholarships, and on-campus employment;
  • coordination of scholarships and other assistance programs to insure proper credit to the student’s account;
  • counseling in financial aid and student loan debt management.

Financial Aid Programs

Financial Aid recipients must enroll for at least twelve (12) semester hours per term to be considered full-time.

Visit the Financial Aid Office at https://www.rollins.edu/admission-aid/tuition-and-fees/ for important dates and additional information.

Financial Aid Office
1000 Holt Avenue - 2721
Winter Park, FL 32789
T: 407-646-2395
F: 407-646-2173
Email: finaid@rollins.edu

Normal Hours
Mon-Fri: 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m.
Location: Rinker Building

How to Apply

Complete the free Application for Federal Student Aid (www.fafsa.ed.gov/) and Rollins College school code information.

Types of Aid and Renewal Criteria

There are four basic types of financial aid - Scholarships, Grant, Loans, and Employment. Please visit https://www.rollins.edu/admission-aid/tuition-and-fees/ for more information.

Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance is comprised of tuition, housing, meals, books, loan fees, personal, and transportation expenses. Visit https://www.rollins.edu/admission-aid/tuition-and-fees/ for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Available at http://www.rollins.edu/financial-aid/holt-financial-aid/frequently-asked-questions.html.

Consumer Information

http://www.rollins.edu/financial-aid/consumer-information/index.html

  • Dropping Class and Financial Aid
  • Withdrawing (Return of Title IV Aid) or Leave of Absence
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress or SAP

Hamilton Holt School Scholarships

The Hamilton Holt School Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to qualified students. Central Florida businesses, individuals, and alumni of the Holt School fund the program. Most of the awards are based on past academic achievement, academic promise, leadership and service potential, and financial need.

To apply:

  1. Applications are accepted during each spring semester for awards that begin the following fall.
  2. Visit http://www.rollins.edu/holt/affordability/scholarships.html to receive guidelines and appropriate forms.

Study Abroad Opportunities and Grants

As part of the institutional mission of Rollins College, the Hamilton Holt School is committed to the education of students for global citizenship. See the Rollins College Mission Statement at http://www.rollins.edu/why-rollins/mission.html. International travel grants are available, on a competitive basis, to Holt School students participating in Rollins-sponsored travel courses offered through the International Programs Office, approved independent study and internship courses, and approved travel courses offered through other accredited institutions. Students must be currently enrolled in a degree program and be in good academic and social standing. Funding is limited, so students are advised to apply as early as possible in the academic year (specific application deadlines are posted for Rollins-sponsored travel experiences). Additional information is available from the Office of International Programs at http://www.rollins.edu/international-programs/.

POST-9/11 GI BILL® AND YELLOW RIBBON PROGRAM

The Post-9/11 GI Bill® provides tuition benefits, a housing allowance, and a book allowance for veterans who meet the eligibility requirements. In addition, Rollins College is a full participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program which means that all eligible veterans (and dependents) who receive 100% Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits and who are admitted into any of Rollins’ programs will receive enough grant aid from the Veterans Administration and Rollins College to pay the entire cost of their tuition and fees.

In accordance with Title 38 US Code 3679 subsection (e), Rollins defers the due date of all tuition and fees for eligible students receiving VA benefits (Chapter 33 and Chapter 31) until after the College receives payment from the VA. Accordingly, Rollins will not: prevent the student’s enrollment; assess a late penalty fee; require students to secure alternative/additional funding; or deny access to resources while payment is pending from the VA.

Note:  GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)