Our Talent Pool

Why Rollins?


Skills & Experience

  • A Rollins College education emphasizes strong communication, writing, critical thinking and research skills.

  • With more than 140 student organizations on campus and hundreds of service events and immersion activities throughout the year, Rollins students are active leaders.  Students participate in leadership coaching and Leadership in Action Experiences, attend presentations by distinguished industry leaders and take interdisciplinary courses in personal and community leadership.  

  • Small classes at Rollins College allow all students to work closely with faculty who encourage teamwork to accomplish challenging research projects and presentations.  The team-oriented curriculum of the Rollins MBA equips students with Crummer's proven method of Applied Business Thinking, emphasizing local, national & international experience.

  • Internship experiences are an integral part of the undergraduate and graduate experience at Rollins.  Our students have completed internships at such diverse organizations as the British Parliament, NBC, the United Nations, Citibank, the Orlando Ballet, Sothebys NYC, Lockheed Martin, Disney, Kellogg's and the Philadelphia Eagles.


A Rollins College education cultivates intellectual curiosity, a passion for learning, and a commitment to personal and social responsibility. The world is changing at an exponential rate, and a liberal arts education is the best preparation to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully navigate changing career opportunities and become responsible leaders and global citizens. At Rollins, the undergraduate and graduate liberal arts programs follow a course of study that develops broad knowledge of the arts, culture, history, language, literature, philosophy, politics, religion, science, and society. It teaches students to think critically, communicate effectively, problem-solve, and blend knowledge from across disciplines.

The Rollins MBA program is a practical MBA that immerses students in the learning environment and encourages them to think like business executives. The school has a very low student/professor ratio, and the case-oriented structure of the Rollins MBA permits a great deal of interaction between students and instructors. In addition, Rollins MBA students have many opportunities to engage in hands-on learning experiences with some of the top business leaders from around the world. These elements and many others prepare Rollins MBA graduates for the challenges of the competitive global economy.


Student Characteristics

  • Rollins College students come from all 50 states and over 30 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean and Latin America.

  • Undergraduate and graduate alumni pursue careers in Central Florida and across the United States working in education, marketing, consulting, non-profit management, finance, business, sales, and many other areas.

  • Rollins College ranks among the top 10 master’s-granting institutions in the country for the number of students who study abroad, with over 50 percent of all students participating in international experiences around the globe.


Awards and Rankings

Rollins College is regularly recognized as an outstanding liberal arts college and a prestigious graduate business school.  In 2010, for the sixth consecutive year, Rollins was ranked number one among 118 regional institutions in the South in the annual rankings of "America's Best Colleges," released by U.S. News & World Report.  Forbes Magazine has ranked the Crummer Graduate School of Business full-time MBA program number one in Florida and 36th in the nation for return on investment.