Traditional undergraduate students include any student who has earned a high school diploma or GED and seeks to pursue a bachelor’s degree from one of our 70+ programs of study. Students may be domestic or international, first-year or transfer, resident or commuter (see residency requirements).
Adult domestic or international students, generally 25+ years of age or employed full-time, seeking to complete a bachelor’s degree or non-degree courses through evening, weekend, and/or online courses. Students may choose from undergraduate programs in accounting, business, communications and education.
Domestic or international students who have earned a bachelor’s degree and seek to complete a master’s or doctoral degree.
The Sharp Family Tourism and Education Center provides a home for the permanent display of photographs, furniture, and drawings depicting Wright’s relationship with the College. The Center regularly provides tours of various timeframes and details to delight all audiences.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center is closed until further notice.
We are closely monitoring updates about coronavirus in our state and county, and prioritizing the safety of our community, employees, and students.
As the first transitional school for children with dyslexia in the state of Florida and one of only a few comprehensive schools for such students in the United States, The Roberts Academy provides a full complement of academic programs, as well as support and training for parents and teachers of students with dyslexia.
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