The mission of EMBARK is to help students of underrepresented populations, including but not limited to those of racial and ethnic-minority background; religiously diverse backgrounds; those having a disability; and those identifying as LGBTQ+. This program begins with a pre-orientation program and continues throughout a student’s time at Rollins as a cohort-based leadership opportunity. 

Have a passion for diversity? Want to build a community from the start? Shape your college journey with great connections and personal development, fun adventures, and new friends! Incoming students will be able to apply for the 2017-2018 school term starting in March 2017. Questions? Let us know! Email us at dlott@rollins.edu or call us (407)691-1240.


A cohort-based student development opportunity for students of underrepresented backgrounds, the EMBARK program leads students through different opportunities to explore themselves and the Rollins community & gain mentoring relationships, resources, and knowledge that will ultimately lead to their success as a Tar. 

Students will begin their journey at Rollins with student leaders who will guide them through 2 days of team-building, identity activities, and exploration of their new environment. This exploration will include the opportunity to network with Rollins staff & faculty, administration, and other students across campus. 

“I really appreciated this opportunity and would recommend EMBARK to anyone that had the chance. It gave me a personal comfort in my arrival to this totally new college world.”

How to Apply

Applications will be available on Foxlink starting March 2017. Check your email and postal mail in early spring for more information, or feel free to reach out to us at (407) 691-1240.


Center for Inclusion & Campus Involvement 
Rollins College
Chase Hall – First Floor
1000 Holt Ave. – 2746
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2624