Rollins College is a private, liberal arts college located in Winter Park, Florida. It was founded in 1885 by a group of New England Congregationalists who wanted to introduce their own style of liberal arts education in Florida which, at the time, was still just a frontier. Sitting on a scenic 70-acre campus, Rollins is the oldest university in the state of Florida which today enrolls over 1,700 students a year.
Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the top liberal arts Master’s degree-granting college in the South, Rollins College is organized into three academic divisions through which students can choose their desired degree programs. These divisions include College of Arts and Sciences; Roy E. Crummer Graduate School of Business; and Hamilton Holt School.
For academic year 2009-2010, cost of attendance at the College of Arts and Sciences is US$51,857 for undergraduate students living on campus and US$40,595 for those living outside of the campus. Students enrolled at the Crummer Graduate School of Business are charged tuition for complete programs: US$59,200 for Early Advantage MBA (EAMBA); US$ 62,540 for Corporate MBA; US$49,600 for Professional MBA; and US$55,491 for Saturday MBA. Students who are only interested to take up certain courses in Hamilton Holt School are charged US$1,500 for undergraduate courses and varying rates for graduate courses: US$1,464 for Counseling; US$1,278 for Education; US$1,988 for Human Resources; and US$1,516 for Liberal Studies. Financial aid is extended to help students pay for their cost of tuition.
Financial aid is extended by the college to its students in the form of loans, grants and scholarships to help them pay for their cost of attendance.
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