Entering their third year, Rollins lifelong learning courses for adults aged 50 and over continue to grow in popularity, with 1,300 students and more than 130 classes scheduled for this fall.
The sunflowers in Rollins College’s market garden are in full bloom this summer.
The Rollins athletic facility will be closed starting Friday, July 31 for routine maintenance.
For the seventh consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named Rollins a “Great College to Work For.”
In August, the Center for Career & Life Planning will launch a new system to make it easier for students to search for jobs and network with employers.
Rollins College and the Winter Park Health Foundation team up to host a White House webcast about issues that will impact aging Americans.
Did you know Rollins College’s Walk of Fame includes 22 signers of the Declaration of Independence?
The newly named Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership honors a long-standing partnership between the College and the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation.
From a look back at the achievements of Lewis Duncan’s decade-long tenure to a glimpse inside the eclectic dorm rooms of six international students, explore the Spring 2015 issue of Rollins magazine.
On April 26, 1930, Rollins students competed for the canoe tilting championship title.
New Rollins programs aim to treat, prevent, and shed light on a misunderstood disease.
Over the course of a decade, Lewis Duncan led the College to new heights, leaving behind a stronger academic tradition, a brighter future, and a greater campus.
From Move-in Day to Commencement, Rollins360 presents some of the best photographs of the 2014-15 academic year. Photos by Scott Cook.
Rollins College is named the top “hidden gem” college in Florida.