International students and their families are expected to contribute toward the annual expenses of a Hollins education. Hollins awards scholarships for international students with previous demonstrated academic success up to one-half tuition per year.
To be considered for financial assistance, you should complete the College Board's International Student Certification of Finances (PDF) and submit it with your Hollins application.
Please note that U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service regulations prohibit most students in F status from accepting paid employment anywhere except on the campus where they are studying. A limited number of student jobs on the Hollins campus are available for international students with financial need.
The application deadline for international students wishing to enroll for fall semester is February 1. Scholarship funds are limited and may no longer be available for students who apply late. All application parts must be received before a student will be considered for admission. In most cases, you will be notified by mail shortly after March 1 regarding your admission decision and any scholarships you have been awarded. Students wishing to apply for spring semester must submit their complete applications by October 1.