Resources for High School Counselors
As high school and independent counselors, you are an integral partner to our admission team.
As we work together to recruit the next class of incredible students, we want to ensure you have all the information you may need to support your students through their college search journey. As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to the Office of Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-646-2161.
Required Admission Documents
After one of your students submits their application to Rollins, you should receive an email that outlines the additional documents the student needs to submit to complete their application. Every applicant needs to submit:
- High school transcript
- Secondary high school report form
- Academic letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or other academic reference
- Official SAT/ACT scores or apply Test Optional
- International Applicants Only: Non-US Citizen Financial Aid Application
- International Applicants Only: Official TOEFL iBT, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test scores if English is not the student's native language. For information about waiving this requirement, visit our FAQs.
How to Submit Documents
Regardless of application, all documents can be submitted through email at email@example.com, Slate.org, Parchment, Scoir, standard mail, or fax at 407-646-1502. If your student applied through the Common Application, you can also submit their documents through Naviance. Hard copies can be mailed to:
Rollins Office of Admission
1000 Holt Ave. - 2720
Winter Park, FL 32789
Types of Admission
There are several types of admission that students can apply for at Rollins. In addition to traditional first-year students, we also admit a cohort of transfer students each spring and fall.
Early Decision I & II
If Rollins is your student’s top choice, Early Decision is a great option for taking advantage of key benefits. Applicants need to submit their application by the November 15 deadline or January 5 for Round II. Early Decision is binding.
Priority Scholarship Deadline
Applicants who apply Regular Decision by the November 15 Priority Scholarship deadline are considered for our full range of scholarships–ranging from $15,000 to full tuition, room, and board. This option is not binding.
Students who would like to start college in the spring semester, should apply for Spring Admission. That means they will start classes in January instead of August. The deadline to apply for spring is November 1.
Deadlines for Admission
|Early Decision Round I||Apply By Nov. 15||Notified By Dec. 15||Deposit Due Jan. 15|
|Regular Decision: Priority Scholarship Deadline||Apply By Nov. 15||Notified By April 1||Deposit Due May 1|
|Early Decision Round II||Apply By Jan. 5||Notified By Feb. 1||Deposit Due March 1|
|Regular Decision: Final Application Deadline||Apply By Feb. 1||Notified By April 1||Deposit Due May 1|
|Regular Decision: International Deadline||Apply By March 1||Notified By April 1||Deposit Due May 1|
|Spring Admission||Apply By Nov. 1||Notified By Rolling||Deposit Due Rolling|
Three Ways to Apply
We’re all about making applying as simple as possible. That’s why we offer three easy ways to apply to Rollins—none of them require an application fee.
Our streamlined web application lets you apply to Rollins in just three simple steps. Get started today.
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High School Counselor Visits
Would you like to visit Rollins for yourself as a high school counselor or independent college consultant? We invite you to request a time to come to tour campus, learn about our personalized learning pathways, and meet one-on-one with an admission counselor.
Do you have a large group of students who want to learn about Rollins? A group tour is for you. These specially curated experiences are for a group of up to 50 total people from secondary schools or community-based organizations. Please submit your request at least three weeks in advance of when you'd like to visit.
On-Campus Counselor Events
By invitation, we host high school counselors on campus each year for special counselor drive-in and fly-in events. Please reach out to Kristina Bracero, Assistant Director of Admission for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about these opportunities.
Stay in Touch with Rollins
Throughout the year, we send periodic updates and important information about Rollins. If you’re not already receiving emails from us, fill out this quick form so we can stay in touch.
Connect With Your Admission Counselor
Got questions? We have the answers. Our admission team is standing by to help you with whatever you need to make the application process easy and accessible.