International Applicants

We’ve created this application specifically for students who are applying to Rollins from somewhere other than the U.S. From requirements and deadlines to ways to apply, you’ll find everything you need to complete your Rollins application.


Requirements for International Applicants

  • A completed application for admission
  • A personal statement
  • An official secondary school transcript
  • A secondary school report form
  • An academic letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or other academic reference
  • Official SAT/ACT scores or apply Test Optional
  • Non-US Citizen Financial Aid Application
  • Official TOEFL iBT, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test scores if English is not your native language. For information about waiving this requirement, visit our FAQs.

Deadlines for Admission

International applicants can apply Early Decision, Regular Decision, or for spring admission.

Early Decision Round 1 Apply By November 15 Notified By December 15 Deposit Due January 15
Priority Scholarship Deadline Apply By November 15 Notified By April 1 Deposit Due May 1
Early Decision Round 2 Apply By January 5 Notified By February 1 Deposit Due March 1
Regular Decision Apply By March 1 Notified By April 1 Deposit Due May 1
Spring Admission Apply By November 1 Notified By Rolling Deposit Due November 15
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Ask an International Student

Use our innovative online platform to chat with a few of our more than 200 international students and see what life is like at Rollins.

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Scholarships & Aid

At Rollins, international applicants are eligible for both academic scholarships and need-based financial aid. Explore all of our scholarships, which for international students range from $15,000 to $32,000 and even full tuition for extremely competitive candidates. Rollins is one of only a few U.S. colleges that offers need-based aid to international applicants. The first step in determining if you qualify for need-based financial aid is to apply to Rollins.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We want the process of applying to Rollins to be as easy as possible, no matter where in the world you call home. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help guide you. From everything you need to apply to what to do if your school doesn’t have a counselor, we have answers to all your questions.

Things To Know for International Students
Counselors Brandy Fransen and Ed Bustos.

Connect With Your Admission Counselor

Questions about applying? Our international admission counselors are ready to help.

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