Rollins is frequently recognized for everything from compensation and benefits to career development programs and job satisfaction.
For the sixth consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has recognized Rollins as a "Great College to Work For" in its 2015 rankings. The Chronicle’s Great Colleges to Work For program facilitates an institutional audit, as well as faculty, staff, and administrator evaluations of their institutions, and recognizes colleges for achieving high employee satisfaction in up to 12 "great academic workplace" categories. Classified as a medium-sized four-year institution, Rollins not only made the rankings, but also earned the Honor Roll (top 10) distinction. As an Honor Roll institution, Rollins was recognized for being one of the most cited colleges across all categories, achieving its highest marks in eight survey categories: compensation and benefits; facilities, workspace, and security; job satisfaction; professional/career development programs; respect and appreciation; supervisor/department chair relationship; tenure clarity and process; and work/life balance.
On a local level, the Orlando Sentinel has consistently recognized Rollins as one of Central Florida’s top 25 family-friendly employers. In 2015, Rollins ranked in the Sentinel's Top 100 Companies for Working Families, finishing No. 3 overall. Compiled by the Orlando Sentinel and published in the newspaper's Florida magazine special section, the Top 100 list honors the local companies who are most committed to family-friendly benefits.
In addition, our own internal engagement surveys reveal that our employees are very proud to work for Rollins, are confident about its future, are willing to go above and beyond what is expected of them, are committed to producing top quality work, and feel good about the work/life balance and benefits they receive.
Rollins’ Service Excellence Initiative strives to improve how we treat our students, visitors to our campus and our colleagues. Responsive, respectful, competent and collaborative were identified as the College’s four service standards by the President and his extended leadership team.