One of the best ways to make the most of your time at Rollins is to take on a leadership role. Hands-on experience as a leader will help you grow personally and will give you skills that you can take with you into the workplace.
Though these experiences differ from each other significantly, they all give students the chance to take on responsibility and change the lives fellow students. Learn more about the leadership opportunity that’s right for you.
Peer Mentoring is a semester-long commitment from socially and academically successful students who strive to help incoming students adjust to life at Rollins. Contact Aspen Fox for more info at 407.646.2354.
Summer Orientation Leaders stay on campus during the summer to help with Explore Rollins, one of the most exciting programs Rollins offers. For more information about Summer Orientation, visit the Orientation Page, or contact Aspen Fox at 407.646.2354.
Student Coordinators are elite student leaders with extensive previous experience. The group of 3-5 Coordinators has primary responsibility for planning Summer and Fall Orientations, recruiting Peer Mentors and Summer O Leaders, and supervising the Peer Mentors during the fall. For more information about serving as a Student Coordinator, please contact our office.
Peer Mentors at Rollins are thoughtful and committed sophomores, juniors and seniors who serve as academic and social role models for Rollins College Conferences (RCCs) to better integrate and engage first year students. Peer Mentors focus their work around the five dimensions of personal and social responsibility:
Important Dates for Peer Mentor Recruitment 2015
March 11-12 - Group Interviews
March 19-25 - Faculty Interviews