Did you know Rollins College’s Walk of Fame includes 22 signers of the Declaration of Independence?
From a look back at the achievements of Lewis Duncan’s decade-long tenure to a glimpse inside the eclectic dorm rooms of six international students, explore the Spring 2015 issue of Rollins magazine.
Over the course of a decade, Lewis Duncan led the College to new heights, leaving behind a stronger academic tradition, a brighter future, and a greater campus.
New Rollins programs aim to treat, prevent, and shed light on a misunderstood disease.
Rollins College and the Winter Park Health Foundation team up to host a White House webcast about issues that will impact aging Americans.
The newly named Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership honors a long-standing partnership between the College and the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation.
On April 26, 1930, Rollins students competed for the canoe tilting championship title.
From Move-in Day to Commencement, Rollins360 presents some of the best photographs of the 2014-15 academic year. Photos by Scott Cook.
Rollins College is named the top “hidden gem” college in Florida.
For the third year in a row, Rollins is ranked No. 1 for highest percentage of students who participate in alternative breaks.
A new grant from the Winter Park Health Foundation will allow Rollins to help Central Florida become more age-friendly for older adults.
On May 10, two students received the highest non-academic awards at Rollins College commencement ceremony.
Rollins College celebrates the graduates of the Hamilton Holt School’s Class of 2015 and recognizes outstanding students and faculty members.