Our focus on a global perspective began in the 1930s, and has only gotten stronger. Today, Rollins ranks among the top 10 master’s-granting institutions in the country for the number of students who study abroad. And two-thirds of our faculty are (or have been actively) engaged in international pursuits—taking students abroad, conducting overseas research, and teaching international courses.
Rollins offers dozens of study abroad opportunities, including semester programs, faculty-led summer programs, and faculty-led short-term field studies during the winter, spring, and summer breaks, through the Office of International Programs. Learn More
Programs in international relations, African studies, Asian studies, Latin American & Caribbean studies, French, German, Russian, and Spanish further demonstrate our long-standing commitment to providing students with a broad and deep international perspective.
Rollins’ faculty and students represent more than 50 foreign countries throughout Europe, Asia, South America, Africa, and Latin America. We're so proud of our international diversity that we have a flag for every country that our community represents hanging from the ceiling in the Cornell Campus Center.