Supported by a gift from the Harold Alfond Foundation, the Alfond Scholars Programs annually awards up to 10 full scholarships—including tuition, double room, and unlimited board—to entering first-year students in the College of Liberal Arts at Rollins College with the desire and commitment to pursue additional prestigious recognition such as Rhodes, Goldwater, or Truman scholarships during their undergraduate years.
Alfond Scholars Programme for International Students at Rollins College of Liberal Arts
- Full scholarship
- 15 November 2021
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All admission applicants who submit all application materials by the Priority Scholarship Deadline (Nov. 15) are considered for Alfond Scholarships on the basis of their overall academic record. Qualifying applicants typically have SATs higher than 1450 (Evidence Based Reading and Math) or ACTs higher than 32 (Composite) and GPAs higher than 3.6. Strength of high school curriculum and extracurricular involvement are also important factors in our holistic review process.
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Scholarship totals include federal and state awards for which a student might already be eligible. Alfond Scholarships are renewable for three additional years, bringing the value of each scholarship to more than $270,000 over four years.
- Invitation to join Rollins Honors Degree Program
- Mentoring by Rollins' Office of External and Competitive Scholarships and the Associate Dean of Advising
- Research collaboration with Rollins faculty members
- Living on campus for four years