The Cornell Fine Arts Museum’s Senior Art Exhibition gives students an opportunity to design and execute a gallery show while providing a platform for personal expression.
For more than 15 years, the Rollins Sustainability Program has implemented campus-wide efforts to conserve resources and preserve our environment.
Despite travel restrictions, Rollins has doubled down on its commitment to global learning with innovative opportunities for international engagement.
We’re looking forward to when the world once again becomes our classroom. In the meantime, explore 10 of the reasons Rollins continues to rank as one of the nation’s best colleges for study abroad.
The iconic beauty of Rollins’ campus has historical roots in the urbanism movement of the early 20th century.
To deliver our signature brand of liberal arts education both safely and successfully, Rollins has been hard at work repurposing spaces and redefining collaboration.
Now more than ever, we need the support of alumni, parents, donors, and friends to rally around our students as they face extraordinary challenges. When you share your light by giving to Rollins, you make it possible for our students to share theirs.
College Factual has ranked Rollins’ economics program among the top 5 in Florida.
Rollins had an outdoor classroom before it was cool. This semester, the College added six more alfresco spots to the mix to take advantage of the year-round sunny weather on America’s most beautiful campus.
Tars are coming together safely in reimagined spaces and real-world settings to make a lasting social impact in our community.
From career-defining internships to original student-faculty research, Tars share their top accomplishments from summer 2020.
This honors course pairs students with preschoolers to explore the fine art of children’s literature—and the takeaways extend far beyond the creative process.
In an article for the Orlando Sentinel, English professor Matthew Forsythe discusses how personal relationships are more important than ever amid challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Service and adventure converge on an Immersion experience in the Everglades, where hands-on learning leads to lasting impact.
In a debate hosted by the Jamaican Association for Debating and Empowerment, Gabby Shepherd ’22 lends her voice to the complex fight for equality and justice.
Isaac Gorres ’21 has earned a Goldwater Scholarship, the preeminent undergraduate award in the fields of mathematics, engineering, and the natural sciences.
In the face of the COVID-19 crisis, Rollins responds with deep care, quick resolve, and close-knit scholarship to deliver our signature brand of engaged, personalized learning while prioritizing the health and safety of our community.
Eliane Heller ’21 has earned Campus Compact’s 2020 Newman Civic Fellowship, which recognizes and supports students committed to achieving social change.
At Rollins, music majors like Chadonné Whiskey ’20 enjoy unparalleled opportunities to hone their craft, connect with audiences, and learn from masters in music.
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.
Rollins’ Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. To mark this milestone, we’re looking back at 20 of the program’s most significant accomplishments.
The second cohort of the Rollins Professional Fellows funded internship program proves there’s no substitute for real-world, hands-on experience.
Five executives share how a well-rounded education at Rollins prepared them for success, and what they’re looking for in the next generation of graduates.
The Rollins way of doing things set these seven alumni professors up for postgraduate success—and pulled them back to teach.
Success in today’s high-tech workforce requires more than expert coding chops. Just ask Rollins’ 2018 computer science grads, whose 21st-century skills are helping them thrive in some of today’s coolest careers.
The new Day With a Champ program adds to Rollins’ growing portfolio of programs aimed at developing powerful partnerships between alumni and students.
It all started with a Disney medley about flying. Now Jamey Ray ’06 and Voctave are soaring.
Rollins students explore the history of diversity and inclusion in education and at Rollins through the Pathways to Diversity grant.
At Rollins, our diverse group of community engagement courses delivers on the College’s commitment to service, synthesizing classroom learning with real-world experiences in our own backyard.
Inside the innovative Rollins course that fuses biology, technology, sculpture, and abstract thinking in unconventional ways.
From curating a contemporary art exhibition to organizing logistics for race day, the crop of summer 2018 internships provided Rollins students with real-world experiences that were as diverse as they were productive.
This past summer, students and faculty joined forces in tackling some of their fields’ toughest issues as part of Rollins’ Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program.
A new funded internship pilot program aimed at delivering the best in hands-on experience puts Rollins students on the front lines of tackling some of today’s most pressing issues.
From life-changing international adventures and career-defining internships to National Science Foundation-funded research, Tars share their top accomplishments from summer 2018.
The prestigious fellowship is a semester-long leadership development program that challenges students to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
This fall, the College will launch a new major in social innovation, giving Rollins students yet another way to make a difference in the world.
A budding partnership between the Rollins music department and Full Sail is paying dividends for students from the neighboring institutions.
Once again, the Rollins Great Debate team takes home the trophy—and after a week of listening and learning, a whole lot more.
Many of our industrious students cut their winter breaks short to participate in Intersession, a weeklong course dedicated to an intriguing topic not typically covered during the regular semester.
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.
Rollins faculty, staff, and students are engaging in real-world research to uncover untold stories from the Great Migration for an original art installation coming to campus next year.
Tough conversations are the most meaningful in this community engagement class that offers a lifetime of takeaways.
Kate Knight ’19 was a study abroad superstar during her time at Rollins. Now, she has earned a 2021 Payne Fellowship to help make her dream of working in the Foreign Service a reality.
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.
As students and grads face challenges unlike ever before, Rollins calls on alumni near and far to extend a helping hand.
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.
One of Rollins’ most popular and active student organizations, the Democracy Project creates a strategic road map to engage students in the electoral process.