On November 6 – 8, more than 250 families from 32 states and from as far away as Switzerland and Jamaica attended this year’s Family Weekend. (Photos by Ken Kinzie)
Over the course of the weekend, Rollins families met President Grant Cornwell and his wife, Peg; took part in an interactive Block Party focused on the nine dimensions of wellness; interacted with members of the Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship program; participated in a nature walk around campus; visited the archives; listened to student musicians; and learned more about the new curriculum, Rollins Foundations in the Liberal Arts (rFLA), as well as career and life planning, R-Compass, and fraternity and sorority life on campus.
One of the weekend’s highlights was the Annual Picnic on the Lawn, which had nearly 400 people in attendance.
President Grant Cornwell and wife Peg meet with family visitors.
More than 500 people enjoyed the Family Weekend picnic.
Rollins Jazz band performs at the Block Party.
A banner by Fairbanks Avenue welcomes families to campus.
Sustainable Development Program at Rollins showing fun ways to improve living standards with bicycles.
A student performs guitar and vocals at the Family Weekend picnic.