The job landscape in the year 2030 is a complete mystery. And that begs the question: How do you prepare students for careers that don’t even exist yet?
For the 10th consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named Rollins a “Great College to Work For.”
Becca Wilson ’18, Rollins’ 2018 College of Liberal Arts valedictorian, challenges her fellow graduates to go out into life with an open mind and be brave enough to embrace opportunity without fear of failure.
Doragnes Bradshaw ’18, the outstanding graduating senior from Rollins’ Hamilton Holt School, reminds her fellow graduates that they will be defined by how they face adversity.
Rollins says goodbye to Professor Emeritus of English Philip Deaver, whose stories and poems—wrought with memorable characters and quiet humor—delighted readers throughout our community and beyond.
Four Rollins social entrepreneurship students are literally bringing power to the people with a portable upcycled battery that harnesses renewable energy for those who need it most.
Rollins’ international business program takes the No. 9 spot in the U.S. and No. 1 in Florida.
Rollins debaters took home first- and second-place wins in the esteemed Novice Nationals championship.
Julian Grundler ’18 is one of just 58 fall-sports student-athletes to win the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Rollins gives a full scholarship to Christopher Rivera, a 10-year-old-turned-film-star from an underserved neighborhood in Kissimmee.
Phi Theta Kappa selects Rollins as a leader in transfer-student development and success.
Renowned hotelier and philanthropist Harris Rosen offers disadvantaged students scholarships to Rollins.
Scores from College Consensus—which combines rankings from top publishers and students—place Rollins in the top spot in the Sunshine State.
The College was ranked No. 10 among master’s-granting institutions in the nation for the percentage of undergraduate students who study abroad.
President Cornwell reflects on the College’s new strategic framework, the initial instances of its implementation, and the power of a shared direction.
Forbes magazine has named Rollins’ Crummer Graduate School of Business the top MBA program in Florida in its biennial ranking of the nation’s best business schools.
Go behind the scenes of the 12th edition of Rollins’ annual day of service.
For the 23rd consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Rollins College among the top two regional universities in the South in its annual rankings of “Best Colleges.”
The College was ranked No. 1 among large companies in Orlando Business Journal’s 2017 Healthiest Employers awards.
For the ninth consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named Rollins a “Great College to Work For.”
Travel+Leisure recently ranked The Alfond Inn at Rollins College second on its list of the top 15 city hotels in the country.
For the fifth year in a row, Rollins is ranked in the top five nationally for highest percentage of students who participate in alternative breaks.
By moving key offices, services, and programs this summer, Rollins aims to better serve students and deliver on the College’s mission.
Rollins College has been awarded more than $300,000 for programs that prepare low-income high school students for college.
Rollins College has been named a Best Value School by University Research & Review for its academic quality, accreditation, student satisfaction, and cost to attend.
A pair of national nonpartisan organizations have recognized the College for its efforts to engage students in the electoral process.
The new state-of-the-art facility features three children’s classrooms, an undergraduate classroom, and research and office space.
For the fifth consecutive year, Rollins College is one of the leading producers of U.S. Fulbright Students among master’s institutions.
Three Rollins professors—Alice Davidson, Susan Libby, and Eren Tatari—have been recognized for exemplary teaching, research, and service.
Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business is ranked No. 1 for leadership and organizational development.
Rollins College is celebrated as one of the nation’s most beautiful college campuses.
In response to the White House Executive order on immigration, President Cornwell reaffirms Rollins College’s value of inclusion.
For the 10th straight year, the College has been recognized for advancing high-impact, transformational engagement practices that benefit students and communities.
Nearly half of Winter Park Magazine’s 2018 list of the city’s most influential people have a connection to the College.
Alumnus Troy Thomason takes the helm as chief information officer after 15 years of serving Rollins in multiple information-technology roles.
A 22-year veteran of Rollins College, Matt Hawks has been promoted to the role of associate vice president of human resources and risk management.
Gisela Carbonell joins Rollins as the new curator of Cornell Fine Arts Museum.
Brittany Edwards ’17, Destiny Reyes ’17, and Meghan Wallace ’17 have been awarded 2018-19 Fulbright Scholarships.
The Alfond Scholars Program is currently giving three Winter Park residents a full ride through Rollins College.
From the ways the College prepares students to tackle the jobs of the future to how a field study in Costa Rica readies the next leaders in conservation, explore the Spring 2018 issue of Rollins magazine.
Rodney C. Adkins ’81, president of 3RAM Group LLC, advises Rollins’ graduating class of 2018 to continue to stretch their minds as they move into the next phase of life and never be satisfied with their current knowledge.
U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy urges the graduating class of 2018 from Rollins’ Hamilton Holt School to pursue lives of passion and purpose.