Liberal Arts Education

Developed by Socrates. Perfected by Rollins.

Research Opportunities

Rollins' Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program enables students and faculty to work together to develop unique research or scholarship in the faculty member's field. 

For more than 125 years, Rollins has adhered to one overarching belief: College is about more than preparing for a career.

It’s about learning to think critically. It is about discovering how one individual can positively impact the world.

To that end, Rollins strives to enable individuals to see the bigger picture, to understand how areas of knowledge are interrelated, and to view learning as a lifelong endeavor. As a result, our graduates are prepared to succeed in any career, but they are also prepared to pursue lives of meaning and purpose.

Success of Liberal Arts Graduates
To see the impact that a liberal arts education has had on the world, you need only to look at the accomplishments of those who have experienced it.

Fortune magazine recently reported that 38%  of American CEOs majored in liberal arts during their college years. Further, the entire U.S. Supreme Court and eight out of 10 Nobel Prize winners from the United States (which includes one Rollins alumnus) have a four-year degree from a liberal arts college.