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.
On November 8, students dug rows and planted seeds in an Audubon Park neighborhood with Fleet Farming, an urban agriculture program developed by local nonprofit IDEAS For Us, Inc. Photo by Scott Cook
Rollins students interested in making a positive difference, in effecting real change in the world, have more opportunities and resources than ever before. The College’s recently renewed Ashoka U Changemaker Campus designation and its partnership with the new Central Florida Social Enterprise Accelerator speak directly to Rollins’ commitment to serving as a catalyst for social change.
All students, regardless of their major, can get involved in important hot-button issues through the Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship Hub, where students and faculty gather to develop creative and sustainable solutions to everything from poverty and the environment to education and health care. The Hub is a way of life, creating opportunities for mobilization on campus, in the local community, and on the global stage.