(Photo by Scott Cook)

MLK Week 2017

On Monday, January 16, Rollins begins its annual weeklong celebration honoring the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

What Made Rollins Home For You?

Share your story and you could be featured in the next issue of Rollins magazine.

Photo by Scott Cook

Finding Their Place as Tars

A new peer-orientation program is helping first-year students acclimate to Rollins and EMBARK on their college journey.

Marissa Corrente (center) and students visit HopeCommUnity Center to practice testing water in Lake Apopka before heading to the Dominican Republic. (Photo by Scott Cook)

Rollins Wins 3 Florida Campus Compact Awards

For the 10th straight year, the College has been recognized for advancing high-impact, transformational engagement practices that benefit students and communities.

Hume House (left) and the campus bookstore (right)


New Year, New Look

A new campus bookstore and a new home for the Child Development and Student Research Center are set to open early next year.

Feed the Need 2016

Rollins partners with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida to end hunger in the community.

President Cornwell: “Never has our purpose been more urgent, more relevant, or more important.”

On the morning after Election Day 2016, President Grant Cornwell calls for a recommitment to Rollins College’s mission.

Stephanie Murphy Elected to U.S. House

Rollins lecturer of business wins the U.S. House District 7 race.

Rollins Appoints Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Laurie K. Houck has been named Rollins College’s new vice president for Institutional Advancement.

Halloween Howl 2016

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

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.

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.

3 Ways You Can Help After Hurricane Matthew

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

Hurricane Matthew Update

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