Frequently Asked Questions

1. What do RAN volunteers do?

Rollins Admission Network volunteers may do a variety of the following activities:

  • Interview prospective students
  • Interview local applicants for the area scholarship
  • Be part of the local scholarship selection committee
  • Make congratulatory calls to accepted students from your area

2. How do I learn to be a RAN volunteer, and is there a training manual?

Yes! After you have registered to become a volunteer, you either need to attend the volunteer orientation in your area or set up an individual phone appointment with the RAN Director. The training manual is posted below.

Volunteer Training Manual


3. What is the time commitment required to be a RAN volunteer?

On average, RAN Volunteers give 5-10 hours per year. The time commitment varies based on how much you want to do. You can sign up to participate in as many or as few events as you wish.  Team Leads commit more time to the program.


4. I know a student who would like to get some information about Rollins. How does he/she request it?

Students can go online to www.rollins.edu/admission and click on “Request More Information.”


5. How can a student apply to Rollins?

Prospective students can apply online or by using a paper application. They can use the Rollins Application or the Common Application. Detailed instructions for applying are online at www.rollins.edu/admission.