Clara Teixeira ’15 will officially represent the Brazilian team in the 2014 World Amateur Team Championships.
From 1970-81, N. Ronald Pease served as Dean of Students at Rollins.
The Princeton Review consistently recognizes Rollins as a top college in the U.S.
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.
Staff member helps regulate charities.
Rollins receives a rare 200-year-old set of encyclopedias—the same version that George Washington had in his personal collection.
After 14 years as business dean, Acting President Craig McAllaster is preparing Rollins for its next leader.