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Events

No matter your interest, we have something planned for you. We offer a variety of programming to stay connected to your alma mater and expand your network.

Save the date for Alumni Weekend 2023! Mark your calendars for March 23 - 26, 2023 and plan to return to campus for an Alumni Weekend like no other.

Alumni Weekend 2023

Save the date for Alumni Weekend 2023! Mark your calendars for March 23 - 26, 2023 and plan to return to campus for an Alumni Weekend like no other.

Event participation is a great way to connect with fellow alumni and learn about Rollins today.

Virtual Alumni Events

It’s more important than ever to stay connected to the things we hold most dear. The Office of Alumni Engagement is curating a collection of virtual events to help alumni stay connected to the Rollins community. Learn more about upcoming events.

On-Demand Events

Racism in America: What Can I Do to Help Combat It?

Join us as we celebrate Black History Month for a living-room-style conversation about the important role everyone can play in combating racism nationally and locally with Rollins philosophy professor Eric Smaw and Micah Kubic, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Florida.

Redesigning Your Career in a COVID World

Join Anne Meehan, Interim Director of Career Development at Rollins, and alumni experts Brad Burns ’02, Vice President of the Bradley Staffing Group, and Sindy Cassidy ’92, Certified Executive and Leadership Coach at Cassidy Coaching, as they discuss strategies for successful career shifts.

Rollins Retrospective

Art Professor Rachel Simmons ’97 and studio art major Shelbi Higgins ’22 demonstrate how to create a visual journal spread with basic household materials and tools. Alumni can follow along to create a self-reflection piece evoking their time at Rollins.

Listening Pays in an Uncertain World

Explore the power of deep listening with professor Rick Bommelje ’74 ’76MSM ’78EdS, and learn practical tools to face uncertainty.

A Chat with Beth Lincks '75

Beth Lincks ’75, playwright and director of As it is in Heaven, talks about her time as a Rollins theatre student, her career as an award-winning playwright under the pen name Arlene Hutton, and what it was like to return to Rollins to direct her own play.