Rollins College and Jindal Global University sign agreement to collaborate on liberal arts and humanities education.
One student's love for Germany and its traditions transformed Rollins into a winter wonderland fundraiser.
The 61st Annual Winter Park “Ye Olde Hometown” Christmas Parade showcased Rollins athletes, holiday-themed floats, and Santa Claus.
Surpassing its goal by 47 percent, Rollins raised funds to support a communitywide effort to end hunger in Central Florida.
Thomas Moore is honored for his commitment to undergraduate education and research in science.
Learn about how you can help the families and victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
A mother and daughter share a love for The Sistine Chapel as students and classmates.
The Rollins tradition of Fiesta, which dates back to 1937 and lasted until the late 1960s, was resurrected Monday, November 4, in celebration of Rollins’ 128 Founders’ Day.
The part-time MBA program was ranked among the top ten in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Kimberly Dennis and Ashley Kistler take home the top faculty awards for engaged scholarship and research, respectively.
The Associated Colleges of the South Focus Forum on Adult Education and the Liberal Arts explored what students can do to manage their education.
During the forum, Ashoka Fellows are pitching their ideas using the visual presentations Rollins students helped them produce.
Rollins receives a Healthy 100 Workplace Wellness Award from Florida Hospital.
Rollins is named a top producer of Fulbright scholars and students.
The Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning continues expansion with graphic design certificate.