Rollins formally welcomed the Class of 2019 and transfer students during convocation on Thursday, August 20.
Your introduction to Rollins College—in number form.
The Princeton Review recently ranked Rollins College as the No. 1 Most Beautiful Campus in the nation.
Rollins College’s emergency management team is following the storm’s path and keeping the College community informed with the latest developments.
The Daily Meal ranks the College No. 40 in its annual survey of campuses that know how to get their grub on.
Rollins College’s new carsharing partnership with Zipcar offers a sustainable and cost-effective alternative to owning a car on campus.
WTF? Around Rollins, that might as well stand for What the Fox? Even better, When the Fox?
Forbes ranks Rollins No. 11 on its 2015 list of America’s Most Entrepreneurial Colleges.
New incoming faculty members for undergraduate and graduate programs will join Rollins College this fall.
The Orlando Sentinel has recognized Rollins as one of Central Florida’s Top 100 Companies for working families.
A national student engagement group has named Rollins College a lead institution in civic learning and democratic engagement, one of only 74 in the country.
Rollins was recently named the No. 1 Most Beautiful Campus in the nation by The Princeton Review. Here are just a few reasons why.
Three Rollins students earn Fulbright research grants, the College’s highest number in a single year.
The sunflowers in Rollins College’s urban garden are in full bloom this summer.
The Rollins athletic facility will be closed starting Friday, July 31 for routine maintenance.
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.
For the seventh consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named Rollins a “Great College to Work For.”