Together, we can accomplish great things.

Peter Allport '87

"Our connection to Rollins is not measured exclusively by the quantity of donations but also by the quantity of involvement."

Philanthropy at Rollins 2015–16

See how your generosity has opened doors for Rollins students during the 2015–16 academic year.

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Elin Nordegren ’14

“There are significant challenges facing parents while pursuing a college degree. I hope my gift will help parents accomplish their educational goals without neglecting the care of their minor children."

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Nancy Binz ’55

“It’s important for everyone to give to Rollins, including me, because of what Rollins gave to me. I must give back. It’s my duty.”

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Life Is for Service.

It's more than just a motto inscribed on a wall. It's a core value deeply entrenched in everything we do.

Since 1885, Rollins has educated students and prepared graduates to think broadly about how to address the world's most pressing issues. 

But we couldn't have done it alone.

Because of you, Rollins’ Model United Nations team was among the 2,000 participants who debated in the 2015 international competition in New York.

Because of you, current students traveled to locations including Austin, Brussels, and Abaco, Bahamas, to immerse themselves in service-learning trips during spring break 2015.

Because of you, one Rollins senior started a self-sustaining learning and market garden on campus that will supply fresh produce to local restaurants.

Because of you, SIT Study Abroad program sponsored a field study in Kizimkazi, Zanzibar, for one Rollins senior who was later honored for her research that examined how tourists and local businesses interact with dolphins off the east coast African village.

That's how it starts: with people like you.