The College recognized 35 students for their academic achievements and positive contributions to campus and the community at the 2020 virtual Student Achievement Awards Banquet.
The Student Achievement Awards Banquet looks a little different this year, so get comfy, grab the popcorn, and watch our virtual celebration of this year’s outstanding crop of students who live out the Rollins mission each day.
Fiat Lux Awards honor outstanding Rollins seniors for their positive contributions to our campus and community in the areas of academics, leadership, inclusion, and service. The award recognizes the most established and honorable leaders on campus.
Each year, the six academic divisions come together to select one recipient who best espouses the values of the College’s mission and the academic rigor required for success.
Business Susanne Reeg
Expressive Arts Morgan Snoap
Humanities Gabriela Seguesse Freitas
Science and Mathematics Jack Gabriel
Social Sciences Applied Alexis Collins
Social Sciences Grace Marshall
Interdisciplinary Majors Kenzie Helmick and Josh Willard
Recognizes the Student Government Association member who made the biggest impact during the academic year
Recognizes a student who has just begun their leadership journey at Rollins and continues to show promise and strong potential
Recognizes a student leader who has demonstrated the highest level of leadership and a strong and lasting impact in multiple areas of campus
Recognizes a student who brings international experience and perspective to Rollins through their passion for global citizenship
Recognizes a student who has demonstrated excellence in their on-campus position by completing outstanding work in the following areas: reliability, quality of work, initiative, professionalism, and uniqueness of contribution
Recognizes fraternity and sorority life leaders who truly embody and exhibit the values of the fraternity and sorority life community at Rollins, striving for excellence in their leadership and personal dedication to their values
Recognizes a student who has displayed exemplary leadership and dedication to community engagement during their time at Rollins
Recognizes a student who is known for modeling positive behavior and enhancing learning opportunities for their peers in direct ways
Recognizes an organization or team that has had significant impact on Rollins and/or the greater community
Recognizes students who exemplifies silent leadership and whose work has had a significant impact on the Rollins community
Recognizes graduating seniors with the highest GPA who also studied abroad during their time at Rollins
Each year members of the graduating class select one graduating senior who has made the most significant contribution in service to Rollins to receive the N. Ronald Pease Service to Campus Award.