The Rev. Katrina Jenkins (Photo by Jim Hobart Photo)

Katrina Jenkins Named Dean of Religious Life

Jenkins will join the College on August 1.

Rollins was named to the Honor Roll and was recognized in 11 categories. (Photo by Scott Cook)

Awards

Rollins College Named a “2016 Great College to Work For”

For the eighth consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named Rollins a “Great College to Work For.”

Rollins Magazine Summer 2016 Issue

From a behind-the-scenes look at the College’s sweetest course to profiles of Rollins’ service superstars, explore the Summer 2016 issue of Rollins magazine.

Rollins Honors Early Patriots for the Fourth of July

Did you know Rollins College’s Walk of Fame includes 22 signers of the Declaration of Independence?

Rollins students at an Immersion experience in Gainesville, Florida, where they learned about food cultivation and its impact on the community. (Photo by Scott Cook)

Rankings

A Popular Alternative

Rollins is ranked in the top three for highest percentage of students who participate in alternative spring breaks.

5 Reasons Why T+L Readers Love The Alfond Inn

The Alfond Inn at Rollins was named the No. 9 Best City Hotel in the Continental U.S. by Travel+Leisure.

A Conversation with the President

Grant Cornwell reflects on his first year as Rollins president and discusses plans for his second year at the helm of the College.

Precious Medal

Making Rollins’ presidential medallion

Leading Change While Serving Others

Now in its fourth year at Rollins, the Bonner Leaders Program helps students engage social problems, innovate solutions, and lead others to do the same.

3 Ways Rollins Can Help

Rollins is reaching out to the College community to offer grief and counseling resources in the aftermath of the tragic shooting in Orlando.

5 Ways To Be a Good Neighbor

Here’s how you can help the victims, families, and the community after the Orlando shooting.

“Look for the Helpers”

Vigil for peace provides Rollins community a time to mourn, reflect, and unite behind humanity’s capacity to love.

President Cornwell: “Driving Out the Darkness of Ignorance with Light”

In response to the shooting that took the lives of at least 49 people early Sunday morning in Orlando, Rollins President Grant H. Cornwell says the College’s role in the world is more important than ever.

Vote: What was your favorite Rollins360 photo of May?

Pick your favorite photo from the month of May and find out what image resonated most across campus.