The provost is the chief academic officer and a vice president, responsible for administering the educational program, for making faculty appointments, for coordinating all academic activities of the College, for overseeing institutional and faculty research, for facilitating budgetary and institutional planning, and for maintaining the academic standards of the College.
The Office of the Vice President for Business and Finance and Treasurer is responsible for risk management and insurance programs, real estate ventures, commercial interests, debt management, project management, institutional budgeting, security and information services, auxiliary services, human resources, facilities maintenance, and campus master planning. The Vice President for Business and Finance and Treasurer also works closely with the Board of Trustees' Executive Committee, Audit Committee, Finance Committee, Investment Committee, and Real Estate Task Force.
The mission of institutional advancement strives to further the priorities of Rollins College by enhancing awareness, strengthening relationships, and raising funds. A centralized team of communication and fundraising professionals work collaboratively across the division, with campus partners, and with alumni, parents, and friends to advance this mission. Our work directly impacts the College’s ability to educate students for global citizenship and responsible leadership, empowering graduates to pursue meaningful careers and productive lives. In short, we tell the stories, connect the people, and raise the resources.
The Division of Student Affairs at Rollins College advances the mission of the College by collaborating with the faculty in creating and maintaining an environment that fosters intellectual, social, and personal learning and growth for our students.