For the 12th consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named Rollins a “Great College to Work For.”
From the opening of the new Kathleen W. Rollins Hall to the creation of on-the-fly virtual learning environments, the 2019-20 academic year was a testament to the ways Rollins delivers on its mission and always rises to the challenges before us.
Focused on social justice and civic engagement, five new fall exhibitions at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum open on September 18.
For her strong commitment to both athletic and academic success, Director of Athletics Pennie Parker has been named 2020’s NCAA Division II Nike Administrator of the Year.
Karina Barbesino ’19—who has found the intersection between two seemingly disparate passions—says it all starts with language.
A briefing from President Cornwell in response to SEVP modifications to temporary exemptions for nonimmigrant students.
Real estate broker. Finance expert. A front face for Microsoft. Ahrmon Mahanpour ’20 just graduated with a resume that says he’s done it all, but he knows better.
Leon Hayner ’11MBA steps into his role as dean of students at a remarkable time for Rollins and society at large.
Micki Meyer, Lord Family Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs-Community, knows the key to navigating life—and her career—is a good map and a willingness to get diverted.