Rollins says goodbye to Joanne Rogers ’50 ’05H, the uncommonly kind, prolific pianist who played an instrumental role in the life and legacy of her husband and everyone’s favorite neighbor, Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H.
College Factual has ranked Rollins’ economics program among the top 5 in Florida.
Political science professor and faculty athletics representative Joan Davison received the prestigious 2020 Faculty Mentor Award to honor her support of students on and off the field.
President Grant Cornwell discusses Rollins’ response to a once-in-a-generation challenge and looks ahead to the College’s post-pandemic future.
From how Rollins graduates have risen to the challenges presented by the pandemic to the launch of our Share the Light campaign in support of our students, explore the winter 2021 issue of Rollins magazine.
Gene Albrecht ’69 arrived at Rollins as a teenager with wide eyes and big questions. Now, 50 years later, his $850,000 gift will enable future Tars to dig deep for answers to the little mysteries we see every day.
When the world stopped in response to the COVID pandemic, these seven Rollins alumni did just the opposite. They didn’t just save their businesses—they made them better.
Rollins alumni with ties to the Black Student Union are providing support to the next generation of talent as they enter one of the toughest job markets in modern history.
Women in Finance, a pilot program launched by the Office of Business Advising, is opening doors for female students to secure internships and explore career pathways in the finance sector.