Fox Day, which is co-sponsored by SGA and the President’s office, is a long-standing and much-loved tradition at Rollins. In the spring of 1956, President Hugh F. McKean placed a statue of the Rollins fox on Mills Lawn, cancelled all classes, and invited everyone to spend the day "doing things as a college." Fox Day is celebrated once a year during the spring.
Halloween Howl, which is co-sponsored by OCE (Office of Community Engagement), is a fun and safe daytime event for the entire family. Some of the “spooky” activities offered include: a costume contest, trick-or-treating, haunted houses, arts and crafts activities and carnival games. Children have the opportunity to get a head-start on trick-or-treating throughout the residence halls and tour haunted houses created by Rollins student organizations. The event is free and open to the public.