Last week, more than 800 Rollins College fraternity and sorority students participated in a “Game of Thrones” themed Greek Week and raised funds for the Will Hauver Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Writer, producer, and disabilities advocate Janis Hirsch ’72 will address the Class of 2015 at this year’s commencement ceremony.
Friday may be the first official day of spring, but the Rollins campus is already in bloom.
We’ve officially entered Fox Day season, and Fox Day Cam is currently streaming for all your 24-hour fox-spotting needs.
Marking the first major change in curriculum in 35 years, rFLA aims to create well-rounded and community-minded students.
A recent survey revealed that students are generally satisfied with campus life, but a significant concern about harassment spurs programs for change.
On Friday, February 20, President-elect Grant Cornwell was on campus during the launch of the College’s new general education curriculum, Rollins Foundations in the Liberal Arts (rFLA).
Cornwell, who currently serves as president of The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, will begin his Rollins presidency July 1.
The Management and Executive Education Center is accepting applications from Central Florida professionals until April 1.
For the fourth time in six years, Rollins College is one of the top producers of U.S. Fulbright Students among master’s institutions.
The Rollins community gathers to pay tribute to Will Hauver ’15.
Rollins College’s five fraternities and six sororities welcomed 204 new members with cheers and open arms.
Three faculty members are recognized for exemplary teaching, research, and service.