3 Ways You Can Help After Hurricane Matthew

Here’s how you can help the victims of Hurricane Matthew.

On October 6-7, the Bush Science Center served as a shelter for members of the Rollins College campus community during Hurricane Matthew. (Photo by Scott Cook)

Hurricane Matthew Update

Regular operations will resume at the College on Monday, October 10.

(Photo by Scott Cook)

Rollins Honored for Community Service

For the seventh time, Rollins College is named to the U.S. President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Students work together in a lab inside of the Bush Science Center. (Photo by Scott Cook)

10 Questions with Susan Singer

The new vice president for academic affairs and provost discusses her goals, learning the Rollins culture, and the role of STEM in a liberal arts education.

Mary Conway Dato-On, associate professor of international business and social entrepreneurship, engages Rollins students at the College's Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Hub. (Photo by Scott Cook)

Rollins Renewed as Changemaker Campus

Ashoka U recently renewed Rollins’ designation as a leader in social innovation education.

Drew DeVito ’16 and Andrej Ingle ’18 plant native trees near Moab, Utah, during an alternative spring break experience this spring. (Photo by Scott Cook)

Cornwell Assumes Leadership Role with Florida Campus Compact

Rollins President Grant Cornwell to serve on executive committee of campus-based civic engagement group.

Halloween Howl 2016

Rollins College will host the 17th Annual Halloween Howl for the greater Orlando community on October 29. (Photos by Scott Cook)

A view of The Alfond Inn's atrium and outdoor seating area. (Photo courtesy of The Alfond Inn)

The Alfond Inn is the No. 1 Hotel in Florida

For the second year in a row, The Alfond Inn at Rollins is named the best hotel in Florida by Condé Nast Traveler.

(Photo by Scott Cook)

President Cornwell to Serve as Chair of LEAP Presidents’ Trust

President Grant Cornwell will serve the Association of American Colleges and Universities to advocate for the vision, values, and practices of liberal education.

(Photo by Scott Cook)

Rollins Welcomes First Refugee Family

A new program—the only one of its kind on a Florida campus—is providing transitional housing and support to people displaced from their homeland.

Rollins Ranked Among the Nation’s Best Colleges

For the 22nd consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Rollins College among the top two regional universities in the South in its annual rankings of “Best Colleges.”

President Cornwell: “It Is Within Our Power to Defeat the Darkness of Ignorance and Hate”

On the 15th anniversary of 9/11 and to commemorate three months since the Pulse nightclub shooting, Rollins President Grant H. Cornwell says we are called to accept a great challenge presented to us.

PHOTOS: Welcome, Class of 2020!

From Move-in Day to Candlewish, Rollins360 presents some of the best Class of 2020 photos during the students’ first days at Rollins. (Photos by Scott Cook)

Top Tips from Rollins Experts

It’s a new academic year and the insiders have spoken—students, alumni, staff, faculty, and parents share their top tips with first-year Rollins College students.

A Rollins Year in 34 Photos

Just before a new semester begins, Rollins360 looks back at some of the best photos of the 2015-16 academic year.

Rollins Tips from the Experts (You!)

Share your tips and advice with first-years Rollins College students.

Takei, Giffords, Kelly Join 2016–17 Winter Park Institute Season

The Winter Park Institute at Rollins College has added George Takei, Gabrielle Giffords, and Mark Kelly to its 2016–17 season.

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.

Katrina Jenkins Named Dean of Religious Life

Jenkins will join the College on August 1.