First-year Rollins students received a different kind of welcome packet in 1935. Here’s a flashback to some of our favorite entries from the Freshmen’s Don’t Book, which was created by alumnus Milford J. Davis ’35.
Vice President for Student Affairs discusses her hope for the student experience at Rollins, and how her team is addressing the challenges that students now face.
The Princeton Review consistently recognizes Rollins as a top college in the U.S.
Now that's officially the first day of summer, we wanted to reflect on the past year at Rollins. Here are our favorite photos from August 2013, when new students first arrived on campus, to May 2014, when graduating seniors accepted their diplomas. Photos by Scott Cook and Jim Hogue.
The Orlando Sentinel has recognized Rollins as one of Central Florida’s Top 100 Companies for working families.
For the sixth consecutive year, Rollins is named a “Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
As Rollins' new Title IX coordinator, Diane Willingham is working to improve protection against sexual misconduct and discrimination on campus.
An update on The Alfond Inn.
A stuffed fox tours China.
Maureen Mäensivu wins the 2014 Thaddeus Seymour Staff Award for Community Engagement.
Department takes home the 2014 Service Excellence Departmental Award.
Peggy Smith-Clayman receives 2014 President’s Award for Diversity and Inclusion.
Helen Byrd honored with the Helen A. Ward Crossley Distinguished Service Award for Staff.