Rollins bids farewell to the father of modern golf course design Pete Dye ’50, whose prolific innovations revolutionized the sport of golf.
Rollins’ Pre-Health Professions Advising Program has partnered with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine to provide early acceptance to qualified students.
For the past three years, the College has ranked among the top 10 master’s-granting institutions in the country for the percentage of students who study abroad.
How this veteran and business management major excelled in the Army, matured as a Rollins transfer student, and landed on a leadership track in the defense industry.
The Cornell Fine Arts Museum announces three winter exhibitions illustrating history and democracy on view from January 18 to May 17.
Rollins becomes the first college in Florida to host a chapter of the Sigma Nu Tau Entrepreneurship Society.
The self-guided tour of memorabilia returns November 1-27 to honor the College’s most beloved alumnus.
Rollins and Full Sail are teaming up to present a free concert at the Dr. Phillips Center.
Whether it’s managing social media content for the College’s Office of Marketing or running the box office at the Annie Russell Theatre, on-campus student employment opportunities at Rollins yield big results.