Jul 18, 2024  
2023-24 Crummer Graduate School of Business 
    
2023-24 Crummer Graduate School of Business

Tuition and Fees


Tuition & Fees

Tuition and fees are established by the Board of Trustees and are subject to change. The tuition and fee schedule for graduate programs is published in relevant publications.

Students that register or receive any service from Rollins College accept full responsibility for the payment of tuition, fees, and other associated costs assessed. Tuition is assessed on a term-by-term basis and is due by 5 p.m. on the published due date or the student will not be permitted to attend classes. Financial aid recipients who have received their Rollins financial aid award letters may defer payment until their financial aid becomes available, but not past the end of the term. This deferment is a service to the student and does not constitute a guarantee of payment.

Students who receive tuition reimbursement from their employer must submit a new completed tuition deferment form to the Student Account Services Office prior to the start of each term they plan to utilize this benefit otherwise tuition will be due as posted on the Tuition & Program Overview for their class no.  Note, the deferment agreement is between the student and Rollins - not between Rollins and the student’s employer.  The student is responsible for the payment to be made on time regardless of payment from the employer.  To learn more regarding employer deferments please visit https://www.rollins.edu/student-account-services/payments-billing/index.html

Early Advantage MBA (EAMBA)

Starting Term Class No. Fall 2023 Spring 2024 Summer 2024 Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Total Tuition
Fall 2023 43 $21,986 $21,986 $9,994 $11,992 $21,986 $87,944
Spring 2023 44 N/A $21,986 $21,986 $21,986 $21,986 $87,944

 

 

 

Additional one-time fees:
Association Fee - $100
Parking Decal Fee - $145

Professional MBA (PMBA) & Flex  MBA (Flex)

Starting Term Class No. Fall  2023 Spring 2024 Summer 2024 Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Summer 2025 Fall 2025 Total Tuition
Fall 2023 (Flex) 02 $11,145 $8,916 $10,402 $8,916 $8,916 $15,603 N/A $63,898
Spring 2024 (Flex) 03 N/A $11,145 $10,402 $8,916 $8,916 $15,603 $8,916 $63,898

Additional one-time non-refundable fees:
Association Fee - $100
Parking Decal Fee - $145

Executive MBA (EMBA)

Starting Term Class No. Fall 2023 Spring 2024 Summer 2024 Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Total Tuition
Fall 2023   $ $ $ $ $ $

Additional one-time non-refundable fees:
Association Fee - $200
Parking Decal Fee - $145

Executive Doctorate (EDBA)

Starting Term Class No. Fall 2023 Spring 2024 Summer 2024 Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Summer 2025 Fall 2025 Spring 2026 Summer 2026 Total Tuition
Fall 2023 11 $14,472 $14,472 $5,424 $14,464 $14,464 $10,848 $16,272 $10,848 $10,848 $112,112

Additional one-time non-refundable fees:
Association Fee - $200
Parking Decal Fee - $225

Other fees

Course related - varies

Late Fee, if applicable

  • Late payment fee will be charged to all accounts (all programs) with a past due balance greater than $200.
  • Late payment fee will be charged on a monthly basis.
  • Late payment fee will be charged until the account goes to external collections, at which time the external collection costs will be incurred.
  • Late payment fee will be equal to 1% of the total past due balance.

Accounts unpaid at separation from the College will be referred to an external collection agency and this debt will be reported to credit bureaus by the external collection agency.

In addition to monthly late fees, the College reserves the right to restrict services, contract for outside collections, and pursue legal action in the collection of any past-due debt at the expense of the debtor. Collection costs can add an additional cost of up to 50% of the original debt. Accounts will remain encumbered until the past-due balance has been paid in full. This will restrict college services including official transcripts, diplomas, and registration for future terms. Accounts will remain on hold until the past-due balance has been paid in full.

Monthly Payment Plan

Rollins College offers students the ability to pay their education expenses monthly through their FoxPay account. The plan differs from a loan in that there is no interest rate or credit approval needed in advance. A $50 enrollment fee allows students and families to spread their expenses over a period of time instead of paying their balance in one large lump sum. 

Additional information is available on the Student Account Services website at: https://www.rollins.edu/student-account-services/monthly-payment-plan/ 

Refund Policies

Financial Aid Refunds

Refer to the published financial aid refund release schedule posted for students for each term at https://www.rollins.edu/student-account-services/refunds/index.html. Refund release dates are strictly enforced. Initial financial aid refunds will be released after the term has started for students that meet all eligibility requirements.  Refunds will not be issued until the balance owed on a student account is paid in full, even if that balance includes charges for an upcoming term. 

Withdrawal Refunds

If a student withdraws or is otherwise separated from the College prior to the beginning of a term, a full refund for the term will be made, subject to the exclusions for non-refundable amounts. After a term has started, a withdrawal requires the completion of a withdrawal form to be submitted to the crummerregistrar@rollins.edu no later than 10 business days following the last date of attendance. 

Refunds will not be issued until the balance owed on a student account is paid in full, even if that balance includes charges for an upcoming term. Refunds will be based on the official date of withdrawal. Only official written withdrawals received will be considered.

Refer to the published refund schedule, policies and additional details online at https://www.rollins.edu/student-account-services/refunds/index.html. Schedules are updated each academic school year at a time. Refunds for withdrawals after the stated deadline will not be granted for: change in job assignment (duties, hours, travel, etc.), change in financial aid status and/or eligibility, lack of prerequisite knowledge in coursework, personal or family crisis or illness, relocation out of the area, or temporary duty assignment or transfer by the military.