For the 20th consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Rollins among the top two regional universities in the South and first in Florida in its annual rankings of “Best Colleges.”
Rollins College was named No. 1 among 50 regional universities in the South in a new ranking based on a nationwide survey of entering first-year students.
A national student engagement group has named Rollins College a Lead Consulting Institution, one of just 10 in the country.
Now that fall semester is in full swing, here’s a look back at some of our favorite moments from the start of the academic year.
This month, The Alfond Inn marks the anniversary of its opening one year ago in Winter Park.
Here are the courses you would have had to take as a student 125 years ago—and what you would have been tested on to be accepted to Rollins College.
New students arrive on campus to greet their future while parents say goodbye.
On Thursday, August 21, the Class of 2018 and transfer students marked their formal matriculation at the start of Rollins College’s 130th year.
First-year Rollins students received a different kind of welcome packet in 1935. Here’s a flashback to some of our favorite entries from the Freshmen’s Don’t Book, which was created by alumnus Milford J. Davis ’35.
Vice President for Student Affairs discusses her hope for the student experience at Rollins, and how her team is addressing the challenges that students now face.
The Princeton Review consistently recognizes Rollins as a top college in the U.S.
The Orlando Sentinel has recognized Rollins as one of Central Florida’s Top 100 Companies for working families.
For the sixth consecutive year, Rollins is named a “Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education.