From career services and wellness programs to academic support and study abroad, Rollins offers a wide range of resources and opportunities to help you make the most of your time here.
The staff of Rollins’ Center for Career & Life Planning is dedicated to helping you land your dream job. The center oversees everything from academic internships to career development, so it can help you perfect your resume and cover letter, grow your professional network, and prepare for that big interview. You're able to access the resources and expertise of the Center from the first day you are a student here as well as after you become part of the alumni network.
Tutoring & Writing Center
Struggling on a paper? Not sure how to properly cite a source? Head to TJ’s Tutoring and Writing Consulting at the Olin Library. Tutors can help with everything from understanding specific readings to improving study habits while writing consultants can help you brainstorm a topic, edit a final draft, or accurately cite sources. Best of all: It’s free for all students.
From archaeology to yoga, there’s a student organization for almost every interest. In fact, Rollins boasts more than 100 student organizations, ranging from social and cultural to service, special interest, and honorary.
Whether you need a flu shot or help managing the stress of your busy life, the Wellness Center provides a variety of counseling and health services for Rollins Evening students.
If you don't have time to stop and get a bite between work and class, you can grab a bite on campus. Rollins’ nationally recognized dining services are sure to satisfy. In fact, seven on-campus locations serve everything from Starbucks coffee and smoothies to freshly rolled sushi.
International Programs and Immersion Experiences
Rollins is among the top 10 U.S. institutions of its type for the percentage of students who study abroad. In fact, more than 60 percent of students study abroad before they graduate. For Rollins Evening students, the College offers weekend and weeklong trips to help gain perspectives and enhance student education.
Life is for service. Those words, engraved in marble on the wall of the loggia near Strong Hall, inspired Fred Rogers when he was a Rollins student in the 40s and 50s. More than five decades later, Rollins is consistently recognized for its commitment to community service. From SPARC Day to the Immersion program, Rollins students have a variety of ways to make a difference on campus, in the community, and in the world.