The self-guided tour of memorabilia returns November 1-27 to honor the College’s most beloved alumnus.
As a best-selling author and a full-time librarian, Kristen Arnett ’12 is used to digging into a subject and finding her way to something new.
Rollins has once again ranked No. 1 in the nation for highest percentage of students who participate in alternative breaks.
Whether it’s managing social media content for the College’s Office of Marketing or manning the box office at the Annie Russell Theatre, on-campus student employment opportunities at Rollins yield big results.
Five Rollins graduates whose successes are defined by their leadership and community focus have been selected for Orlando Business Journal’s annual 40 Under 40 Awards.
Wings in the new Lakeside Neighborhood will be named in honor of Hugh McKean, Thaddeus Seymour ’82HAL ’90H, and Rita Bornstein ’04H ’04HAL.
The team’s latest victories are just the beginning as they prepare to travel to Washington, D.C. next month for the National Model U.N.
From getting to know our most beloved alumnus, Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H, through the eyes of those who knew him best to how Rollins prepared four arts majors to become successful entrepreneurs, explore the fall 2019 issue of Rollins Magazine.
The new president and CEO of Ruth’s Hospitality Group—owner of Ruth’s Chris Steak House—believes food is the key ingredient in connecting friends and family.