First-year students eager to dive into college get a crash course in how the world works and how they can be a part of changing the narrative.
A rare opportunity for first-year students to work with a real-world client delivers big gains on both sides.
This 300-level course is all about learning what it really takes to become, as Gandhi encouraged us to do, the change we want to see in the world.
Preschool and undergraduate studies converge at the new Hume House.
For a decade, an intensive shadowing program at Florida Hospital has helped prepare Rollins undergrads for careers in medicine.
Sequencing the DNA of sea stars. Exploring authenticity in religion. Examining neurons of worms to better understand them in people. These are just a few of the more than two dozen research projects that Rollins students and professors partnered on this past summer.
Science and service converge in a Rollins field study that has helped bring clean water to the Dominican Republic for more than two decades.
Students explore the economic relationship between the developed world and developing countries by partnering with a local direct-trade coffee shop.
Students in this core environmental studies course are learning that if you want to save the world, you have to get your hands dirty.
Behind the scenes of the Rollins class designed to instill a wider appreciation of films by allowing students to engage with more than 50 features, shorts, and documentaries during the Florida Film Festival.
Students’ award-winning website preserves stories from an African-American newspaper published more than a century ago in Winter Park.
Alyssa DeLucia ’18 has earned a Goldwater Scholarship, a prestigious award reserved for undergraduate students who intend to pursue careers in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering.
If you only take courses during fall and spring semesters, you’re missing out.
Winter Park Magazine’s Randy Noles explores the Master of Liberal Studies program at Rollins College’s Hamilton Holt School.
A new course for first-year students culminates with an exhibition at Rollins’ Cornell Fine Arts Museum.
Five students recently earned statewide recognition for helping local clients develop strategic communication plans.
Students at Rollins are getting a head start on career success while helping local high schoolers do the same.
From February 27 – March 5, a group of Rollins students went on an alternative spring break Immersion to Moab, Utah, for a service learning experience of a lifetime.
This project-based course goes beyond learning HTML to examine how computer science, the web, and digital media are shaping our society.
For nearly 70 years, Rollins graduates have served as stewards of international goodwill through the Fulbright program.
The world’s leading association of business schools commended Rollins’ undergraduate business programs for their small class sizes, student-faculty research collaboration, and social entrepreneurship designation.
Inside the Rollins program that partners undergraduates and faculty in real-world research.
Razor blades. Banjos. Lasers. The fastest camera you’ve ever seen. One of the most intriguing labs at Rollins is attracting eyes and ears from around the globe.
A new class taught by chemistry professor Pedro Bernal uses a tasty treat to explore issues of scientific and cultural importance.
Chemistry professor Pedro Bernal marks 20 years of leading students on trips to the island nation of his birth to provide household water filters.
Rollins students are developing unconventional ways to help preschoolers learn critical-thinking skills.
Do statistics scare you to death? A new Rollins course uses athletes as an avenue to understand complicated mathematical concepts.